Texas Governor's Garvee Proposal Wins Support From Senate

Albanese, Elizabeth
April 2001
Bond Buyer;04/02/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31109, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that the Texas Senate has voted in support of Governor Rick Perry's grant anticipation revenue vehicles bond proposal to finance transportation projects. Value of Perry's bond issuance proposal; Challenges to Perry's bond proposal; Introduction of different bills intended to address the transportation needs of the state.


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