Florida's Bush repeats vow for tax relief in state of the state

Whalen, Robert
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/03/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30590, p3
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Reports on Florida Governor Jeb Bush's delivery of his first state of the state address during the opening of the state's 1999 legislative session. Reiteration of the governor's commitment to education, tax relief and the environment; Call for the gradual repeal of the state's intangibles tax on stock and bond investments and businesses' accounts receivable; Objective of the A-plus for Education program.


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