State Revenues Looking Better for Fiscal 2004, Report Says

Newman, Emily; Vadum, Matthew
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/25/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31685, p3
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Reports on the possible growth in the fiscal year 2004 revenues according to a report 'State Budget and Tax Auction 2003' from National Conference of State Legislatures in the U.S. Reference to financial crisis in 2003; Reasons for the possible rise in financial status; Deduction in spending by various states to balance 2004 budget.


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