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Williamson, Richard
June 2008
Bond Buyer;6/10/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32896, p8
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The article reports on SB 206, signed by Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, authorizing $295 million for a new state judicial complex in downtown Denver on the site of the Colorado History Museum. It states that the bill authorizes $269 million of certificates of participation, a debt instrument the state has used for previous projects. It adds that the rest of the money will come from fees and transfers.


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