NFL Approves Raiders Move to Las Vegas
National Football League owners approved the Oakland Raiders’ public subsidy-laden move to Las Vegas.  more »
Moody’s Investors Service assigned Industry, Calif.’s bonds a negative outlook ahead of a scheduled bond sale.  more »
HELENA, Mont. -- The leanest infrastructure bonding bill proposed by the Montana Legislature appears dead after a Monday vote by the House Appropriations Committee.  more »
The tax rate publicized in the lead-up to the Lewiston School District, Idaho's successful high school construction bond should hold, despite the Federal Reserve bumping up interest rates the day after the March 14 election.  more »
San Francisco's financial position has improved since the publication of its five-year plan in December, though pension funding issues lurk in the background.  more »
The University of Oregon is stepping up the pressure on lawmakers to kick in $100 million in state bonds to help pay for two new science buildings in Eugene.  more »
A courtroom hearing next month will determine whether California can issue a portion of nearly $10 billion of voter-approved bonds for its high-speed rail program.  more »
San Jose, Calif. is prepared to issue $640.7 million of airport revenue refunding bonds in a deal city officials expect to generate savings “well in excess” of their policy goals.  more »
If the court challenges and responses to the contested Moses Lake bond election are over, we think it's time to work together.  more »
Lodi Unified School District board of Trustees approved a list of quick start projects funded by Measure U, including a project to renovate the track and football/soccer field at Tokay High School, at Tuesday night's meeting.  more »
An upgrade to two separate bond ratings for the city of Gig Harbor means savings for taxpayers and rate payers over the next several years.  more »
At McClatchy High School, Calif., the girls' soccer field is often unplayable. The football field has bare spots. And the tennis courts have new and dangerous cracks, say parents and alumni.  more »
California Democrats are a step closer to putting a $3.1 billion bond measure on the ballot in 2018 after passing a bill through the state Assembly without Republican support.  more »
The city of Portland, Ore., and its three biggest schools of higher learning are teaming up to transform a parking lot into a nearly $100 million hub for public health, education and city services.  more »

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