District of Columbia's Fiscal 2005 Spending Bill Gets Congressional OK

Vadum, Matthew
October 2004
Bond Buyer;10/8/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 31986, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the final approval given by the U.S. Congress to the spending bill of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year that began on October 1, 2004. Implications of the spending bill for the District of Columbia; Anticipation for President George W. Bush to sign the spending bill into law; Provisions of the spending package.


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