Georgia's High Court Gives the Green Light for Garvee Bonds

DeSue, Tedra
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/2/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31669, p40
Trade Publication
Informs that the Georgia Supreme Court became the first state high court to rule in favor of using Garvee bonds to fund transportation projects without voter approval. Factors that led the Garvee bond matter to the Supreme Court; Ruling of the Supreme Court of Colorado on the issue; Core issue of the court case involving Georgia State and Northern Arc Task Force.


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