Senate Committee Vote Expected On SRF Drinking Water Legislation

Sanchez, Humberto
June 2004
Bond Buyer;6/23/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31911, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on the voting of the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works committee on legislation financing for the waste-water state revolving loan program and for drinking water SRF program. Worth of the loan program; Percentage of the SRF funding of states required for grants; Other provisions of the legislation.


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