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Jefferson County's Ch. 9 Case to be Argued Before Appellate Court
February 5, 2016 Jefferson County, Ala., faces another court test more than two years after its exit from bankruptcy was approved.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards Opposes Higher Ed, Health Cuts
February 4, 2016 In a newspaper column Tuesday, the governor said he would not support budget cuts that could throw universities into financial...

Florida Cat Fund Preps $1.2B High-Grade Taxable Deal
February 3, 2016 Florida’s State Board of Administration Finance Corp. will issue $1.2 billion of taxable bonds for the state’s Cat Fund,...

Alabama Governor Seeks $800M Bond Program for Prisons
February 3, 2016 Gov. Robert Bentley told legislators Tuesday that bond financing for new prison construction will be paid from the budget that...

Louisiana Officials Pleased with Cost of BANs
February 1, 2016 The $254.6 million of BANs were directly placed with JPMorgan at a cost of 0.52%, and will "bridge" the state through the next...

Florida Legislative Budgets Top Scott's Request
January 29, 2016 The Florida Senate and House released fiscal 2017 budgets Friday that are higher than Gov. Rick Scott’s record spending plan;...

Kentucky City Enters Mediation While in Bankruptcy
January 28, 2016 Hillview, Ky., and its largest creditor, Truck America, have entered settlement talks over a judgment as U.S. Bankruptcy Judge...

Florida Proposals Would Add Charter Schools, Districts
January 27, 2016 Florida lawmakers are pressing for legislation that could dramatically alter the state’s public school landscape, saying...

Kentucky Governor Rejects Pension Bonds in First Budget
January 27, 2016 Gov. Matt Bevin rejected the idea of issuing pension obligation bonds as he released his first budget, saying the two-year...

Louisiana's Treasurer Launches U.S. Senate Bid
January 26, 2016 John Kennedy, the Pelican state's long-time treasurer, announced on his blog Tuesday that he will run for the seat being...

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New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer discusses improving the city's pension system with Bond Buyer senior Northeast reporter Paul Burton. Stringer also examines the effect of the proposed state budget on the city and reminisces about his cousin, the late Congresswoman Bella Abzug.

While the SEC's MCDC Initiative has provided some clarity with regard to materiality and confirmed that the reasonable diligence standard of Rule 15c2-12 applies to both negotiated and competitive deals, no clarity has been offered with regard to the extent of the reasonable diligence obligations of those participating in competitive deals, as co-managers, syndicate members or selling dealers. ...

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