California De Novos Benefit From External Forces

Adams, John
December 2003
U.S. Banker;Dec2003, Vol. 113 Issue 12, p48
Trade Publication
Reports on the growing public debt in the state of California. Use of a series of short term loans to pay the state's operating expenses; State expenditures; Need for Governor Schwarzenegger to develop a contingency plan for the budget.


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