Big Deficit = Big Cuts, Minimal Capital Budget

Cataldo, Adam L.
March 2005
Bond Buyer;3/21/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32094, Special section p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the state of public finance in New Jersey at the start of fiscal year 2005. Severe budget deficit faced by the state as well as rising health care and medicare costs; Contents of the budget proposed by acting Governor Richard Codey to help close the gap; Top bond issuers in the state and its spending priorities; Bond ratings of the state.


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