Michigan Senate to Push Spending Cuts Over Governor's Taxes

Albanese, Elizabeth
May 2004
Bond Buyer;5/25/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31891, p32
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Reports on the plan of Michigan Senate to offer an alternative fiscal 2005 budget proposal on June 2004 that includes reductions in state spending. Rejection of tax increases on liquor and cigarette proposed by Governor Jennifer Granholm; Shortfall in general fund and school aid funds for the remainder of fiscal 2004; Warning from Granholm that her administration could cut revenue sharing with public schools.


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