Arizona’s general fund will be overdrawn by mid-May unless state spending slows down significantly, Treasurer Dean Martin told the Senate Appropriations Committee last week.

Martin issued a warning in mid-March that the state was spending an average of $35.7 million a day and would face a depleted general fund by late April. The latest report showed spending dropped to an average of $6.2 million a day after March 18.

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