Kansas house, senate at odds over transportation plan

Sanders, Lisa
April 1999
Bond Buyer;04/09/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30616, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the disagreement between the Kansas Senate and House of Representatives over the repayment of bonds proposed to finance a transportation program in the state. Senate's voting on the House's plan; Governor Bill Graves' position on the issue; Key provisions of the two chambers' versions.


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