i paid the federal taxes, but did not receive my state refund, how do i get it?

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    Did you file your State return and was your State return accepted?  If you return was accepted you can check the status of your state return on your state's website, see the following, under How to Track your State Refund click on your State to go to their website where you can find refund information
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Tax-Refund/When-will-I-get-my-tax-refund-/GEN12488.html

    To check your e-file status:
    - Print & File tab
    - Click Check E-File Status
    - It should say either Pending, Accepted, or Rejected
    - If you did not complete the e-file process you will get a screen that states No Return E-filed
    - Select Continue through until you get to the screen where you click on the Transmit Returns Now button

    Or, you can check your efile status at the following website and print it out (enter your SSN & Zip Code), for more information click on the Show E-file History link:
    https://turbotax.intuit.com/efile/efile_status_lookup.jsp
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