Michigan Lawmakers Fill Some Funding Holes

Carvlin, Elizabeth
July 2001
Bond Buyer;7/16/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31181, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on Michigan legislature's decision to address some revenue shortfalls for the $38 billion 2001-02 budget. Failure to finalize school funding; Possible cuts to some school aids.


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