Missouri Budget Passes; MoHELA Asset Sale in Question

Shields, Yvette
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/9/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32377, p32
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The article reports on the Missouri lawmakers' approval of a $20.8 billion budget for fiscal 2006. The lawmakers have resolved their differences over how to spend the proceeds expected from the sale of half of the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority's assets in a deal touted by Governor Matt Blunt. The budget approved by the legislature represents an 8.6 percent increase over last year's spending plan.


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