Gov. Rendell Signs Pennsylvania Budget, Vetoes School Aid

Braun, Martin Z.
March 2003
Bond Buyer;3/21/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31598, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the approval of state budget for fiscal year 2004 by Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell. Amount of school education aid excluded from the budget; Controversial proposals of the budget; Amount of reduction in the state's spending.


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