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Rank: 14 (Previous rank:15)
Budget gap (as a % of the total budget): 10.10%
Total gap: $369 million
Gap before budget was approved: $217 million
Additional midyear gap: $152 million
Delaware lawmakers cut capital spending on higher education and increased some corporate taxes, including the annual tax on partnerships, limited partnerships, and limited liability companies. They also increased the gross receipts tax rate for some businesses.