Virginia's $324 Million Surplus to Fund Transportation, Pad Rainy-Day Fund

Sanchez, Humberto
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/25/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31955, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Virginia's budget surplus for fiscal 2004 will be used to pad the state's rainy-day fund, help finance transportation projects and speed up tax breaks. Amount that will go to revenue stabilization fund.


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