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Index to Comptroller's 2001 Press Releases

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Date Title
December 3, 2001 WYMAN SAYS DEFICIT SHRINKING, ECONOMY MAY BE IMPROVING
October 1, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS $91.2 MILLION DEFICIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002
Comptroller urges state officials to be cautious
September 4, 2001 WYMAN ISSUES FINAL 2001 SURPLUS OF $30.6 MILLION
Comptroller Projects Declining Revenues Will Produce Smaller Surplus in 2002
August 1, 2001 WYMAN SAYS WEAKENING ECONOMY IS SHRINKING BUDGET SURPLUS
July 2, 2001 WYMAN SAYS REVENUE DROP IS SHRINKING BUDGET SURPLUS
June 1, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS BUDGET SURPLUS WILL CLIMB TO $663.9 MILLION
May 29, 2001 WYMAN, POLICE OFFICERS PRAISE PASSAGE OF BENEFITS BILL
Legislation Affects Thousands of Public Safety Officers and Municipal Workers
May 1, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS $601.6 MILLION SURPLUS, SAYS SPENDING CAP FLAWS COULD COST STATE MILLIONS
April 2, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS SURPLUS WILL CLIMB OVER $601 MILLION
Comptroller Says Surplus Being Driven by Capital Gains
March 1, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS SURPLUS WILL CLIMB TO $566.9 MILLION
Comptroller Urges Surplus Be Used To Protect Against Tax Hikes
February 20, 2001 WYMAN PRESENTS AWARDS TO STUDENT WINNERS OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH ESSAY CONTEST
February 8, 2001 WYMAN SAYS GOVERNOR'S BUDGET PROPOSAL IGNORES TAXPAYERS
January 2, 2001 WYMAN PROJECTS $400.4 MILLION SURPLUS, URGES LEGISLATURE TO USE SURPLUS TO PROTECT TAXPAYERS

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