New Orleans Voters Approve Rainy Day Emergency Fund
New Orleans Voters Approve City's First Rainy Day Fund. Last month, New Orleans residents voted to strengthen the city’s finances by creating a rainy day fund. The City Council had unanimously agreed in August, with Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s support, to let voters decide whether to amend the city’s charter to establish the Savings Fund.
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