More Cash on Hand Spells No GOs in 2005

Albanese, Elizabeth
March 2005
Bond Buyer;3/21/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32094, Special section p33
Trade Publication
Reports on financial developments in Utah. Increase in revenues; Improvement in the fiscal budget; Proposals for lawmakers for the state's budget.


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