Staying Conservative: Cut Budgets Before Bonding

DeSue, Tedra
February 2002
Bond Buyer;2/11/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31322, p64A
Trade Publication
Focuses on the economic condition of south Carolina in the fiscal year 2002. Feature of the bond bill issued by the governor Jim Hodges in the current session as of February 11, 2002; Debt that has been issued through the bank in the fiscal 2002; Steps taken by some districts to deal with decrease in state funding.


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