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Muniland Snaps – December 20, 2011

By Cate Long
December 20, 2011

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This show should go on the road: “The Great American Debates: There’s Too Much Government In My Life”  Source: ABC News

Good Links

Bloomberg: Corporate off-shore tax tricks

Pittsburgh Live: Debate raging across United States over new hospitals

Bloomberg: Previously booming Sun Belt has morphed into the most depressed area of the country

Bond Buyer: High-risk municipal bond firms now to be inspected once a year

Bond Buyer: On a holiday week, muniland issuance expected to be under $1 billion

WSJ: Lots of moving pieces in Central Falls bankruptcy case. Will the center hold?

RecordNet.com: Payouts imposed in municipal  emergency challenged in landmark court hearing

Office of the Receiver of Harrisburg, PA: Launches new website

@Twitter Talk

tradefast @tradefast tradefast   consumer debt service as share of disposable personal income stands at 11.1%, lowest since 1995 (peaked at 14%)

Ice Cube @icecube Ice Cube   With so many different state and federal laws on the books. How could any citizen comply with every single one? They’re boxing us in.

IpreoMuni @IpreoMuni IpreoMuni   End of the year is here! Here is this week’s updated muni calendar: bit.ly/ufLprP #muniland

John W Rodat @johnrodat John W Rodat   About time: GASB to Require State & Local Governments to do Five Year Cash Flow Projections – Public Signals bit.ly/sya8pG

CA State Controller @CAController CA State Controller  Cerritos, Turlock, Tracy and Hughson have now submitted their payroll records to Controller. Database: bit.ly/dl6Int

Tara Leo Auchey @todaysthedayhbg Tara Leo Auchey  Two Minute Tuesday, Harrisburg! All it takes-2mins to pick up some litter, sweep the walk, or wipe a window. Tidy up. #OurCityOurConcern

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