Research Dollars in Mind, Oklahoma Mulls Selling Grand River Dam Agency

Williamson, Richard
November 2003
Bond Buyer;11/3/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31753, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Oklahoma could begin building an endowment for research facilities by privatizing the Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA), the state's largest public utility and leading debt issuer. Effect of the sale of the authority on the economy of the GRDA's customer communities; GRDA's two major competitors; Proposal to sell the state insurance fund known as CompSource Oklahoma.


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