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  • We have exhausted our $436 million credit line known as the Rainy Day Fund.

    Senate Sketches # 1226

  • Finally, if you have nothing else to do today, you can peruse this cool site, called Rainy Day Magazine.

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  • House aides said negotiators also had agreed on using just $3.1 billion from the so-called Rainy Day Fund, several hundred million less than the Senate had proposed.

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  • Texas also will have about $9 billion in the so-called Rainy Day Fund, but that money can't be used without a two-thirds vote of the Legislature -- a hurdle that may be too high with the new wave of fiscally conservative freshman Republican lawmakers.

    Texas lawmakers faced with $15 billion shortfall - Yahoo! Finance

  • The two biggest and most popular sources of new money: The so-called Rainy Day Fund and old-fashioned, smoke-and-mirrors accounting gimmicks.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • -- The status of what's known as the Rainy Day Fund (one of the state's main savings accounts),

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  • Henderson urged Markell to focus more on eliminating waste in state government -- something the governor has stressed -- and to tap the state's so-called Rainy Day Fund, a budget reserve meant for emergencies.

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  • At issue is the state's so-called Rainy Day Fund, which is expected to have a balance of over $9 billion by 2011.

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  • One proposed "solution" is to take money out of the Budget Stabilization Fund, commonly referred to as the Rainy Day Trust Fund.

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  • But the Rell administration has been adamant that the legislature and executive branch should avoid tapping that so-called Rainy Day Fund this year, if only because it will almost certainly be needed to craft a budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

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