Supreme Court prepares for new session with thin docket of bond-related cases

Reynolds, Katherine M.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/02/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30243, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on United States Supreme Court's pending bond-related cases for the term 1997-1998. Includes New York City water bond case; State taxation and Native American tribal jurisdiction over taxes; Federal authority over state agencies and public officials' liability for firing or transferring employees who then sue; Cases on state and local taxes; Other scheduled cases before the court.


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