Maryland to Move Out of Sudan

M. S.
March 2006
Investment Management Weekly;3/27/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p4
Reports on the efforts of Maryland Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele to urge the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System and other state agencies to divest from companies doing business with the government of Sudan. Reasons of Steele for such recommendation; Provisions of the proposed House Bill 1001; Other states that proposed similar guidelines.


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