Clinton signs off on ISTEA interim measure

Ferris, Craig T.
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/03/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30284, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on a legislation which was signed by President Clinton on the December 1, 1997, which relates to the continuation of mass transit and federal highway funds to the United States. When legisalation was approved; Who approved the legislation; Estimation of money the states will be allocated to spend on transportation projects; Warnings that the states will run out of funds by the National Governor's Association.


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