New Mexico Sees Highest Capital Outlay in State History

Watts, Jim
January 2006
Bond Buyer;1/18/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32300, p6
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The article reports on the capital improvement projects in New Mexico. The state will benefit from the influx of more than one billion dollars in state money. Governor Bill Richardson submitted the budget which was proposed by the Legislative Finance Committee. The capital outlay budget will include non-recurring general fund revenues.


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