Stimulus Bill With N.Y.C. Benefits Gets Bush's Signature

Ferris, Craig T.
March 2002
Bond Buyer;3/12/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31342, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of the economic stimulus package by U.S. president George W. Bush. Access to tax-exempt bond provisions and tax vacations for New York City; Impact of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Inclusion of job-creating tax credits and enhanced depreciation for businesses.


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