Southwest bond-watch

Sanders, Lisa; Preston, Darrell
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/19/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30560, p25
Trade Publication
Looks at various developments in the bond market in the Southwestern States as of January 19, 1999. Alternative to Kansas Governor Bill Graves' plan to eliminate the personal property tax on cars and trucks; New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson's push for a tax cut; Oklahoma Republican legislators' efforts to repeal the state's motor vehicle excise tax.


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