Sigo, Shelly; DeSue, Tedra; Vadum, Matthew; Newman, Emily
June 2003
Bond Buyer;6/5/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31650, p33
Trade Publication
This article presently information about developments related to the securities industry in the U.S. as of June 5, 2003. Alabama Governor Bob Riley is putting in extra efforts to enlist the support of constituents for his historic tax and education reform plans while he waits for the Legislature to pass or reject them. Riley's office has prepared presentations on the plans for constituents to read on the Internet, urging them to voice their support by calling and writing newspapers and radio stations across the state. In Florida, Standard & Poor's Corp. has revised its outlook to stable from negative on bonds issued on behalf of Mount Sinai Medical Center by the Miami Beach Health Facilities Authority.


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