Senate looks at alternative to end District of Columbia budget impasse

Resnick, Amy B.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/30/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30263, p4
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Features the alternative crafted by the US House and Senate leaders to the Washington, D.C. fiscal 1998 appropriations bill passed in the House. Chance for the District to issue negotiated debt; Plan to choose an underwriter for the upcoming general obligation bond sale; Controversial provisions in the House-passed budget that the new measure eliminates.


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