States' 1Q Income-Tax Slide Continues 'Revenue Hangover,' Report Says

Vadum, Matthew
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/29/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31687, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that state personal income tax revenue declined during the first quarter of the year 2003 in states of the U.S. Percentage decline in income tax revenue during the quarter; Comparison between decline in the revenue during the quarter and the year 2002; Reason behind the decline in the revenue.


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