With Slots Off Ballot, Maryland Governor Likely to Go Through With Budget Cuts

Newman, Emily
September 2004
Bond Buyer;9/24/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31976, p3
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Reports on Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s plan to implement budget reductions to help generate revenue and bridge a budget gap projected for 2005. Republican lawmakers' decision not to endorse a plan to put the legalization of slot machines on the November 2004 ballot; Estimated deficits of the U.S. Department of Legislative Services.


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