Mississippi Lawmakers Pass Budget, Take No Action on $303M Bond Plan

Sigo, Shelly
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/11/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31881, p32
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Reports on the Mississippi Legislature's approval of its fiscal 2005 budget. Total amount for borrowing for economic development projects and roads; Lawmakers' failure to decide on an annual bond bail that would have authorized an additional debt; Exclusion of reform measures for the state's Medicaid and mental health programs from the bills.


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