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December 20, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Disney Rethinking History Park Plan: Walt Disney Co. Chairman Michael Eisner says he may scrap plans to build an American history theme park in Virginia if the state's legislature doesn't approve the use of taxes to help pay for a $30-million highway interchange and other improvements near the park's site, the Washington Post reported. Disney reportedly will delay purchasing land for the park, which is scheduled to open in 1998.
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December 20, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Disney Rethinking History Park Plan: Walt Disney Co. Chairman Michael Eisner says he may scrap plans to build an American history theme park in Virginia if the state's legislature doesn't approve the use of taxes to help pay for a $30-million highway interchange and other improvements near the park's site, the Washington Post reported. Disney reportedly will delay purchasing land for the park, which is scheduled to open in 1998.
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NEWS
March 31, 1989
Virginia, home to major naval and Marine bases and several suburbs of the nation's capital, topped all states in per capita federal spending last year, the Census Bureau reported. The federal government spent $5,953.71 per resident in Virginia in 1988, moving it past Alaska to claim the top ranking. Alaska slipped to third, with federal spending totaling $5,193.29 per resident, according to the report: "Federal Expenditures by State for Fiscal Year 1988."
NEWS
March 31, 1989
Virginia, home to major naval and Marine bases and several suburbs of the nation's capital, topped all states in per capita federal spending last year, the Census Bureau reported. The federal government spent $5,953.71 per resident in Virginia in 1988, moving it past Alaska to claim the top ranking. Alaska slipped to third, with federal spending totaling $5,193.29 per resident, according to the report: "Federal Expenditures by State for Fiscal Year 1988."
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