With No Budget in Place for New Year, Kentucky Governor Takes Drastic Step

Sigo, Shelly
June 2002
Bond Buyer;6/28/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31418, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the approval of an executive order for fiscal budget by Governor Paul Patton in Kentucky. Amount of the approved budget; Coverage of the approved budget; Failure of lawmakers to create a fiscal budget.


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