Community services ruling awaited

March 1997
Public Finance;03/21/97, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the Gloucestershire, England council's wait for the outcome of a ruling by the House of Lords on the withdrawal of community care services. Effects of an unfavorable ruling; Prediction of a budget shortfall.


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