N.Y.'s $1 Billion Tax Shortfall Punches Hole in Budget Plan

McKaig, Ryan
May 2002
Bond Buyer;5/1/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31377, p56
Trade Publication
Reports on the decline of the income tax receipts of the state government in New York. Evaluation of state programs; Reconsideration of revenues and expenditures; Reinstatement of the sales tax.


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