$608 Million GO Plan Passes Virginia House Amid Worsening Fiscal News

Vadum, Matthew
February 2002
Bond Buyer;2/8/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31321, p31
Trade Publication
Reports of approval of a legislation authorizing issuance of a general obligation debt for financing higher education, by the Virginia House of Delegates. Amount of debt issued; Sponsorship of the debt by Vincent F. Callahan Jr., chairman of the House Appropriations Committee; Role of governor Mark R. Warner in the passage of legislation.


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