MIDWEST Bond-Watch

Shields, Yvette; Carvlin, Elizabeth
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/18/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31950, p31
Trade Publication
Presents updates related to bond in Midwest as of August 18, 2004. Request of mayors for an increase in the K-12 funding in Illinois; Hold of hearings by Saint Paul, Minnesota City Council for the release of the budget; Failure of Minnesota Legislature to pass a capital budget.


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