Jacobson, Louis; Zeller, Shawn
February 2003
National Journal;2/22/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p592
Deals with the request of economically struggling U.S. states for federal bailout as of February 2003. Budget deficits in California and New York State; Challenges posed by lobbying on behalf of state governments; Proposals on a federal bailout.


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