Stopgap Spending Bill on Way to White House

Sanchez, Humberto
January 2003
Bond Buyer;1/31/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31564, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the consideration given by U.S. President George W. Bush on the approval of stopgap spending bill for fiscal year 2003. Approval of the bill by the U.S. Senate; Need of the bill to provide funding for the fiscal year 2003; Advantages of the bill for the government; Differences between the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate on the approval of bill.


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