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Saskal, Rich
October 2003
Bond Buyer;10/10/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31738, p31
Trade Publication
Focuses on the financial statement of Montana's multi-million dollar fiscal condition. Implication of the spending needs for the substantial reduction of the figure; Amount of relief funds being sent to the states as part of the federal budget; Generation of a multi-million dollar amount in unanticipated revenue; Estimation of the biggest financial drain.


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