GOP Lawmaker Says Rendell Has Exaggerated Pennsylvania Deficit

Braun, Martin Z.
February 2003
Bond Buyer;2/12/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31572, p44
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Reports that a key Pennsylvania state legislator is questioning Democratic governor Ed. Rendell's estimate of a multi-billion dollar fiscal year 2004 budget deficit as of February 2003. Reasons for clarifications sought by the legislator regarding the projected figure; Budget deficit projected by the governor; Proposals for reducing this deficit by the governor.


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