Governors races indicate tax cuts still have political juice

Polyak, Ilana
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/13/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30272, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the election of antitax Republicans in gubernatorial races held in November 1997 in two Atlantic States which could have consequences for municipal credit quality in their states. Analysts' expectations for New Jersey and Virginia to see tax cuts in the next four years; Reason for the victories of Christine Todd Whitman and James S. Gilmore in their states.


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