Missouri Lawmakers Send $19 Billion Budget to Governor's Desk

Shields, Yvette
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/10/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31880, p31
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Reports that the Missouri legislature sent Governor Bob Holden a fiscal 2005 operating budget. Status of proposed bonding measures; Passage of a Medicaid bill by the House and Senate; Higher-education appropriation; Proposal of Holden to raise taxes on cigarettes and casinos to help balance the budget without the use of one-time revenues as will as raise money for health care and education.


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