Gov. Wilson calls for California's biggest-ever bond authorization

Morris, Michael B.
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/12/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30308, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that California Governor Pete Wilson has unveiled his last budget on January 9, 1998, calling for an increase in spending, a reduction in the transfer of rainy-day reserves and the largest bond authorization in the state's history. Total amount of the proposed budget; Increased appropriations for rainy-day reserves; Comments from Moody's Investors budget analysts.


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