Stable Spending Sought

Shields, Yvette
June 2004
Bond Buyer;6/2/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31896, p35
Trade Publication
Reports that Wisconsin governor Jim Doyle asked state agency heads to hold their overall spending requests in the next fiscal biennium to current levels. Plans to cut non-federally funded appropriations; Revenue forecasts for the state; Budget deficit.


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