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Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2013 12:00 am

MONTGOMERY – Alabama’s Supreme Court chief justice says the court fee increases paid by the public and approved by lawmakers last year are not generating as much revenue as expected, leaving the branch of government with a funding shortfall.

Roy Moore said the judicial system will need at least $19 million more in fiscal 2014 than Gov. Robert Bentley is suggesting it receive from the state’s general fund. Without the extra money, Moore said personnel cuts will be unavoidable.

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