Governors Still Wary of Federal Tobacco Cash Plans

Meisler, Daniel
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/23/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30584, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on President Bill Clinton's expression of his willingness to compromise with the nation's governors on the use of funds from the states' settlement with tobacco companies. Clinton's agreement to give states more flexibility to spend federal education grants; Legislative proposals to prohibit recoupment; Progress of efforts to get the federal Internet tax commission on track.


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