San Diego: Legal Challenge Won’t Stop Bond Deal
San Diego is moving ahead with plans to price $120 million in bonds in April in the face of an appeal of a court ruling that the city can legally issue the bonds.
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California Treasurer John Chiang on Thursday appointed 12 individuals to a task force he commissioned to develop best practice guidelines on the fiduciary care and use of state and local bond proceeds.  more »
The Texas Senate has approved a $4.6 billion reduction in school property taxes under a bill by Sen. Jane Nelson. The Texas House is considering an even larger $4.8 billion tax break.  more »
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Officials building a long-stalled fertilizer plant in Indiana hope that the fifth time is a charm when it comes to having to remarket $1.2 billion of short-term notes before rolling it over into long-term debt.  more »
The Central Florida Expressway Authority won a 1.23% interest rate on a 35-year TIFIA loan Wednesday, the program's lowest-ever long-term rate, a federal transportation official said.  more »

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