SALEM — Oregon state economists on Wednesday, Aug. 31, delivered their most serious warning in years: The state’s surging revenue growth is about to end.

Even if the state and country don’t experience a recession in the next year — a possibility economists say is extremely plausible — recent tax receipts that officials have variously described as “shocking,” “unbelievable” and “stunning” are about to come back to earth, state economist Mark McMullen told lawmakers.

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