Tax-Day Boost Leads Connecticut Gov. to Consider Dropping Deals

Piazza, Johanna
April 2004
Bond Buyer;4/20/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31866, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that optimistic revenue projections are causing Connecticut Governor John Rowland to consider eliminating the sale of tobacco bonds and short-term deficit notes to fund operations in the year 2005. Amount of the tobacco bonds and deficit notes; Excess of the receipts from the Connecticut Department of Revenue Service following tax day on April 15, 2004; Amount of state budget in place for 2005.


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