Maine governor sees phased-in prison bonds

Kaplan, David
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/26/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30299, p3
Trade Publication
States that Maine's prison system is in need of capital improvements costing a total of $160 million. Comments from Maine Governor, Angus S. King; How the state will address the problems associated with the state's system; Response from the advisory panel.


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