Facing a massive judgment, Montana considers its optins

Marois, Michael B.
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/31/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30264, p57
Trade Publication
Announces that the United States Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether an Indian tribe will get a third of Montana's budget. Options available to Montana if the court decided to give a third of its budget to the Indian tribe; Comments on the decision of the court to hear an appeal of a ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision on the right of the tribe for the budget; Information on Montana's trust fund.


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