Connecticut shrinks bond sale benefitting compensation fund

Kaplan, David
January 1998
Bond Buyer;01/29/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30320, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on Connecticut's plans to sell only half of the $700 million worth of bonds authorized by the state legislature in 1995 to bail out the Second Injury Fund, a workers' compensation pool managed by the treasury office. Amount of bonds issued by the state to settle compensation claims; Savings of the fund since 1995.


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