Arkansas Governor to Ask for Budget Cuts of $100 Million

Albanese, Elizabeth
October 2001
Bond Buyer;10/25/2001, Vol. 388 Issue 31251, p33
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Reports on the announcement of Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee for the recommendation of planned spending be cut from the fiscal 2002 budget. Dependence of spending on the projections about the state's economy; Decrease in the state revenues for the fiscal year 2002; Passage of the revenue stabilization law by the state; Comparison of financial status of state with other states.


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