CHICAGO — A week ahead of Michigan’s formal revenue forecasting conference, an independent fiscal agency has released a report suggesting the state could end its current fiscal year with a $736 million surplus.

State revenues continue to come in higher than projections from the last revenue forecasting conference in May, according to the Senate Fiscal Agency, one of three entities that produce revenue estimates for the state.

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