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BUDGET PROCESS DELAYED

Due to Hurricane Jose and additional time for the Senate Finance Committee's technical staff to factor the recent $130 million bond issue, the committee will reconvene on Wednesday.
Committee chairwoman Lorraine Berry said that Finance Committee members are pursuing a comphrehensive approach toward the revised FY 2000 budget, which will be sent to the Committee on Rules for immediate consideration on Friday, Oct. 29.

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Due to Hurricane Jose and additional time for the Senate Finance Committee's technical staff to factor the recent $130 million bond issue, the committee will reconvene on Wednesday.
Committee chairwoman Lorraine Berry said that Finance Committee members are pursuing a comphrehensive approach toward the revised FY 2000 budget, which will be sent to the Committee on Rules for immediate consideration on Friday, Oct. 29.