Williamson, Richard
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/10/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31529, p31
Trade Publication
Presents information relating to bonds in different states of the U.S. as of December 10, 2002. Endorsement of a million dollar bond issue for construction and expansion of schools and college campuses in Texas; Requirement of an approval of multi-million dollars of general obligation bonds by the El Paso Independent School District in Texas; Details of the budget crisis being faced by the state of Kansas.


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