Maryland Officials Predict $150M Revenue Bonus, Easing Fiscal 2005 Budget

Newman, Emily
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/20/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31888, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the estimation of finance officials on the revenue of the state of Maryland for fiscal 2004. Factors influencing the increase in revenue estimation; Possible change of pattern on collections of finances; Effect of the absence of two revenue-generating measures on the state's financial situation.


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