DES MOINES, Iowa — The state of Iowa is expected to bring in more tax money over the next fiscal year.
The state Revenue Estimating Conference upped the amount to $8.2 billion in revenue. That’s about $32 million more than was estimated in December.
The additional money could become part of the disagreement over school spending.
Democrats want a four-percent increase. Republicans say the state can only afford a 1.25-percent increase.