Proposed South Carolina bill offers generous portion of school GOs

Whalen, Robert
January 1999
Bond Buyer;01/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30563, p32
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Reports on the introduction of a bill in South Carolina that would allow the state to issue up to $750 million of general obligation bonds to fix and expand local schools. Inclusion of a requirement that local schools generate matching funds in order to snare the state dollars; Requirement of the education board to outline the district's specific needs.


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