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Keeley Webster

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California Drought Adds Sense of Urgency to Desalination Project
October 23, 2014 California's drought has added a sense of urgency to a proposal for a $900 million seawater desalination project in Huntington...

Hawaii Pricing $1.1B Next Month, After New Governor Elected
October 23, 2014 Hawaii plans to enter the market with a $1.1 billion general obligation sale in November, a week after voters select a new...

S&P Drops Its Hawaii Outlook To Stable
October 22, 2014 Standard & Poor’s revised its outlook on Hawaii to stable from positive, affirming its AA rating ahead of plans to price $1.1...

Treasury Hires Hawaii Technology and Cyber Security Chief
October 21, 2014 Sanjeev "Sonny" Bhagowalia, the Hawaii governor's chief advisor on Technology and Cyber Security, was named deputy assistant...

County Authority Bringing Los Angeles Redevelopment Refunding
October 20, 2014 A refunding deal assembled by the County of Los Angeles Redevelopment Refunding Authority triggered some positive rating...

Loma Linda Medical Affirmed at Lowest Investment Grade
October 17, 2014 Moody's Investors Service affirmed Loma Linda University Medical Center, Calif.'s Baa3 revenue bond rating.

San Bernardino Mayor Blasts Police Union as Agreement Crumbles
October 16, 2014 The mayor of bankrupt San Bernardino and the city's police union both claim the other side attempted to violate the terms of a...

Los Angeles Unified Superintendent Resigns
October 16, 2014 John Deasy, Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent, resigned after months of controversy arose about bidding...

Kern County to Price Tobacco Bond Refunding
October 15, 2014 The California County Tobacco Securitization Agency on Oct. 21 plans to price a $95.5 million refunding of 2002 tobacco bonds...

Fitch Upgraded Rady Children's Hospital to AA-minus
October 14, 2014 Fitch Ratings upgraded Rady Children's Hospital and Health Center in San Diego to AA-minus from A-plus.


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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