by Glenn Cheney

Norwalk, Conn. -- The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has issued an exposure draft of a proposed standard on accounting and reporting for impairment of capital assets. If adopted, the standard will, for the first time, tell state and local governments how to handle the accounting when schools burn down, bridges collapse or terrorists strike.

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