Indiana may help NCAA sell bonds

Goldsmith, Steve
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/16/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30599, p1
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Reports that Indiana may help the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) pay off an antitrust settlement by allowing it to sell tax-exempt bonds through the Indiana Development Finance Authority. Indiana's luring of the NCAA to move to Indianapolis from Overland Park in Kansas; Passing of an amended bill by the state's House regarding the authority's issuance of tax-free debt.


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