During a special session in 2013, lawmakers passed a measure asking voters to approve sending half of the oil and gas production taxes that would normally go to the Rainy Day Fund to the State Highway Fund instead.
What does RDF stand for?
RDF stands for Rainy Day Fund (budgets)
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We have 131 other meanings of RDF in our Acronym Attic
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- Rotating Disk Electrode Voltammetry (kinetic tool)
- Race Day Energy Zone (indoor cycling; spinning)
- Radar Direction Finder
- Radial Distribution Function
- Radiation Design Factor
- Radio Detection Finding
- Radio Direction Finder(ing)
- Radiodiffusion Française (French broadcasting company; 1945-1949)
- Rain, Drizzle and Fog (weather)
- Random Dopant Fluctuation
- Rapid Deployment Force
- Rate Decrease Factor (ATMF)
- Rate Distortion Function
- Raw Data File
- Reaction Data File
- Read Destructive Fault
- Reality-Distortion Field (slang; attribute shared by charismatic leaders, like Steve Jobs of Apple Computers where the term originated)
- Receive Data Register Full
- Record Definition Field
Samples in periodicals archive:
Republicans in the House and Senate agree that we need to begin rebuilding our Rainy Day Fund.
In FY 2002, for example, the median rainy day fund balance stood at $95.
However, at the end of the day, if we don't have that excess revenue, we can't raid the rainy day fund to adopt her legislation," Mr.
Prompted by fears that the SBT rate would continue to fall and a desire to utilize funds in the State's Rainy Day Fund, a political compromise was reached in 2002 which would allow the Rainy Day Fund to fall below $250 million while keeping the SBT rate steady at 1.
It would be wise to have a rainy day fund for when those emergencies come--and they will come.
The Mississippi state legislature elected to place in a rainy day fund its substantial share of the billions of dollars in tobacco settlement monies designed to offset the medical costs of the state, opting instead to currently appropriate only the future income stream.
Jennifer Granholm has suggested the state may want to set up multiple rainy day funds, including a new rainy day fund for schools, instead of adding the money to the current Budget Stabilization Fund.