Consolidation Plan Could Crimp Arkansas School Issuance

Albanese, Elizabeth
January 2003
Bond Buyer;1/21/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31556, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the decrease in rates of school-bond issuance in Arkansas due to the consolidation scheme of schools by the government. Necessity for the consolidation of schools; Provisions of the consolidation scheme; Benefits of the consolidation scheme.


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