Alabama to drop PRAG at end of month

Molis, Jim,
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/26/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30281, p3
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Reports on Alabama Governor Fob James' plans to push his $815 million bond proposals in the state's regular legislative sessions in 1998 even without the support of the state's financial adviser Public Resource Advisory Group (PRAG). Plans for the termination of PRAG's contract with the state; PRAG's targeting of the Alabama Housing Finance Authority as replacement client.


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