Governors touch on Taxes and schools, avoiding bonds

Preston, Darrell; Ward, Andrew; Whalen, Robert
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/21/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30562, p3
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Reports on the state of the state addresses given by the governors of Missouri, New Mexico, and South Carolina on January 20, 1998. South Carolina Governor Jim Hodges' proposal to give gaming taxes to education; New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson's reluctance to fully endorse funding $1.5 billion of needed building and technology upgrades in public schools; Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan's call for tax cuts.


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