Regents Tap Matching Funds

Watts, Jim
March 2006
Bond Buyer;3/28/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32348, p31
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The article reports on the plan of the State Board of Regents to use 73.3 million dollars from s state bond issue, lottery earnings and interest income to match 56 million dollars in private donations to hire or promote 215 top professors and researchers in Oklahoma. The state Supreme Court validated a 50 million dollars bond issue in December 2005 authorized by legislators in 2004.


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