New Hampshire's Lynch Pitches $126M ofGOs in Budget

O'Brien, Elizabeth
February 2005
Bond Buyer;2/16/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32072, p4
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Reports on the proposal of New Hampshire Governor John Lynch for government obligation (GO) budget for the next two years in his first capital and operating budgets. Extension request by the governor on the bond appropriations for unfinished projects; Proposal on repealing the statewide property tax; Budget negotiations by the Republican-led state House and Senate.


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