With Indiana seen as flush with cash, Democrats join GOP's call for tax cuts

Goldsmith, Steve
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/05/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30303, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Republican and Democrat legislators in Indiana are calling for tax cuts in Indiana on the strength of positive financial developments. Revenue forecast; State reserves; Unveiling of scenarios for using the extra revenues; Repeal of the corporate speedup provision in income tax law; Ratings.


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