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SANTA ROSA ISLAND AUTHORITY -- Florida economists believe that the state's economy should continue to grow over the next three years.
They are meeting today to draw up estimates on how much money the state is expected to collect in taxes.
Preliminary forecasts show that state tax collections should grow between three and five percent between this year and 2016.
If the forecast holds then Governor Rick Scott and the republican-controlled legislature will have a budget surplus heading into the 2014 election year.