And Who Gets Finance?

Ferris, Craig T.
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/30/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31006, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the future of the United States Senate Finance Committee's leadership and its implications for public finance issues being considered in the U.S. Congress. Re-election bid of committee chairman William Roth, R-Del., against Delaware Governor Thomas R. Carper; Possible contenders to takeover the tax-writing panel if Roth is ousted.


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