Not since 2009, or perhaps sometime in the 1930’s, have state and municipal budgets been looking at a drop off like what they are currently facing. With the budgets in a crunch, new attention is being paid to states’ rainy day funds. Most states have one of these funds, where money is set aside should an unforeseen shortfall come along – such as a virus no one knew existed six months ago. 

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