Budget Imbalance and the External Influences: A Study for the Legislative Budget Board of Texas, PRP 99
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This report on the external influences on the ability of the executive an legislative branches of the Texas state government to deal with budget issues was prepared by members of the PRP on Texas State Government Finance and Management in direct response to the request of the Legislative Budget Director, State of Texas, Jim Oliver, for research on this problem and on budget data source reliability. Mr. Oliver's support, tangible and otherwise, is gratefully acknowledged and appreciated.
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