Washington’s revenue collections saw a slight increase in September compared to the state’s June forecast, ahead by more than $20 million, according to a state report.

The state’s Economic and Revenue Forecast Council, which produces the report, said revenue collections are expected to increase just $8.4 million more than the last forecast for the rest of the biennium that ends next year, for a total increase of $29 million.

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