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Does the government have revenue bonds outstanding that are related to business-type activities? If so, for what activities?

The State of Washington. Web site is below.

http://www.ofm.wa.gov/cafr/2008/default.asp

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Taken from the CAFR08 State of Washington. Please refer the attach file.

The state's colleges and universities are authorized to issue revenue bonds for the purpose of housing, dining, parking, and student facilities construction. These bonds ...

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Http://ci.alamogordo.nm.us/Assets/COA+Document/Finance/Annual+Financial+Statement+FY08.pdf

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