Rhode Island Gov. pushes $2 billion budget; other N.E. budgets released
- Connecticut Legislature Not Keen on Rowland's Cuts. Peacock, Wayne // Bond Buyer;10/18/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31246, p35
Reports on the opposition that Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland's plan to head off his state's potential $300 million deficit is meeting from the Democratic controlled legislature. Opposition to opposed to the $88 million in cuts; Where most of the cuts took place.
- Fiscal storm scenario brewing at the state Capitol. Gioia, Peter // Fairfield County Business Journal;5/28/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 22, p30
The article discusses the impact of the budget proposal issued by Connecticut Legislature's Appropriations Committee. Accordingly, the proposal would give way for the state to experience financial storm difficulties in the volatility of tax system which lead to the direct loss of tax revenue. In...
- That was then, this is now. // New Hampshire Business Review;6/9/95, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p5
Reports on spending cuts proposed by the New Hampshire legislature in 1995. Similarity with spending cuts in 1991.
- Trouble Around the Next Bend. McKaig, Ryan // Bond Buyer;3/3/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31584, NORTH EAST p16
Reports on the public finance position of New Hampshire as of March 3, 2003. Estimated budget deficit for the fiscal 2004-2005; Plans to reduce spendings in fiscal 2003 to reduce the budget defcit; Reference to the sale of some of the general obligations by the state.
- Rhode Island Budget to Become Law. Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;6/14/2010, Vol. 372 Issue 33332, p4
The article reports on the intent of Governor Donald Carcieri to allow the General Assembly's 7.8 billion dollars worth of fiscal 2011 budget to become a law despite the absence of his signature in Rhode Island.
- RHODE ISLAND: State Delays Payments. Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;5/10/2010, Vol. 372 Issue 33313, p9
The article reports on the delay of several payments to local governments which was signed by Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri which include motor-vehicle tax payments, contributions to the state employee pension fund, and state and local contributions for teacher pensions.
- Your Tax $$$ at Work. // Business NH Magazine;Nov2002, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p10
Lists ways tax dollars are spent by New Hampshire's government. Fees for services of physician consultants for the Concord Prison; Shopping cart maintenance and services at liquor stores; Renovation of the Merrimack County Superior Court in Concord.
- The candidate with a solution to this shortfall could save N.H. millions. // New Hampshire Business Review;8/02/96, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p10
Opinion. Comments on the impact of the discrepancy in the amount of New Hampshire tax dollars that went to the federal government and the amount of funds coming back to the state. New Hampshire's nationwide ranking in terms of infrastructures and per capita spending for certain social services.
- Benson budget expands BPT loss deduction. Landrigan, Kevin // New Hampshire Business Review;2/21/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p9A
Focuses on the two-year state budget of Governor Craig Benson in New Hampshire. Details on the budget allocation to encourage start-up businesses; Reduction of the cost of medical malpractice insurance; Effect of the relocation of the women's prison on its employees.