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Market Quickly Guzzles $345M of Arizona Water Refunding Bonds
October 31, 2014 With top credit ratings, the Arizona Water Infrastructure Finance Authority enjoyed strong demand for $345 million of revenue...

Petition Could Block Topeka Racetrack Purchase
October 31, 2014 Topeka leaders went to court in hopes of circumventing a petition calling for an election on the proposed purchase of a...

SA Council OKs $3B Water Pipeline, $500M Utility Refunding
October 31, 2014 San Antonio's City Council unanimously approved a 142-mile pipeline to supply water via a private operator and agreed to issue...

NTTA Expects Nearly 12% Savings on $499.5M Toll Revenue Bond Refunding
October 31, 2014 North Texas Tollway Authority returns to the market with $499.5 million of revenue refunding bonds that are expected to...

Falling Gas Prices Boost Toll Roads: Moody's
October 30, 2014 Toll roads across the nation can expect to see higher volumes of traffic as lower fuel prices encourages more driving,...

Settlement Clears Path for Houston Sports Authority Restructuring Deal
October 29, 2014 The Harris County-Houston Sports Authority plans to refinance more than half of its outstanding debt after settling legal...

Oil Prices Squeeze Energy States: Moody's
October 27, 2014 Falling oil prices add fiscal pressure to five of the nation's top energy-producing states, according to Moody's Investors...

Republicans Defend Turf in Texas Comptroller Race
October 27, 2014 Democrat Mike Collier, an accountant who has never run for office before, is on offense in his uphill battle to win the Texas...

Wichita Voters Consider 1-Cent Sales Tax Hike
October 27, 2014 A $250 million water supply and an $80 million job development program would be funded by a 1% sales tax that is up for...

Texas County to Refinance $49M of Jail Bonds
October 27, 2014 McLennan County in Central Texas is aiming for savings on $49 million of bonds for a privately-operated jail backed by an...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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