New Jersey Budget Pact Uses $2B of One-Time Revenue

Braun, Martin Z.
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/2/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31669, p4
Trade Publication
Presents details of the fiscal budget of New Jersey for the year 2004. Total amount to be raised from taxes on cigarettes, casinos, billboards et al.; Spending plan outlined in the budget; Views of rating analysts on the budget; Details of passing of the bill; Information on compromises by Democratic and Republican legislators to pass the bill into law.


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