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Kyle Glazier

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Massive Merced University P3 Moving Forward
July 22, 2016 The University of California, Merced, received final approval from the UC Board of Regents to move forward with a $1.1 billion...

What Lackluster CalPERS Return Means for California Governments
July 21, 2016 The California Public Employees' Retirement System this week reported a preliminary 0.61% return on its investments for the...

New Investment Tool For Oregon Municipalities
July 19, 2016 The Oregon State Treasury is offering a new intermediate-term investment tool for local governments.

What Would a Best-Case U.S. Infrastructure Agenda Look Like?
July 19, 2016 Nearly everyone agrees that modern, well-maintained infrastructure is a huge benefit to the country, but making those...

California Revenues Miss Projections for FY '16
July 18, 2016 California tax revenue missed projections by $708 million in fiscal 2016, the state Department of Finance announced.

Alaska's Walker Warns of a Budget Crisis if Lawmakers Fail to Act
July 15, 2016 A report issued by the Alaska governor's office outlines “dire consequences” for the state’s fiscal health if the state's...

CalPERS Names New CEO
July 15, 2016 Pension fund veteran Marcie Frost will helm the nation's largest public employee retirement plan, the California Public...

California Property Tax Rolls Are Surging
July 14, 2016 Assessed property values in California are growing robustly in the state’s larger counties, which bodes well for the state...

Guam, Virgin Islands S&P Ratings Won't Change After PROMESA
July 12, 2016 LOS ANGELES - The U.S. territories of Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands won't get a ratings change after the Puerto Rico...

UC Merced Closing In On Execution Of Massive P3
June 23, 2016 The University of California, Merced, is closing in on formal execution of a $1.1 billion public-private partnership to nearly...

Soda Taxes Gathering Steam in California, Oregon
June 21, 2016 California and Oregon voters may soon have the opportunity to vote on controversial soda taxes which could bring in millions...

Why Rising Oil Prices Won't Save Alaska
June 20, 2016 A sharp rebound in oil prices won't be enough to rescue Alaska from its $3 billion annual spending deficit or protect it from...

Portland, Oregon's Convention Center Hotel on Track
June 17, 2016 A more than $200 million bond-financed hotel near Portland, Oregon's convention center that had faced years of legal...

California Bond Disclosure Bill Moving Closer To Becoming Law
June 15, 2016 Legislation to require California issuers to provide significantly more information about their bond payments and uses of...

Alaska's Final Triple-A Rating Is Stripped
June 14, 2016 Alaska lost its last triple-A rating Tuesday, when Fitch Ratings downgraded the state to AA-plus.

San Francisco BART Seeks $3.5 Billion Bond Approval
June 13, 2016 The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District Board of Directors has voted unanimously to place a $3.5 billion general...

Homelessness Crisis Spurs Local Income Tax Drive in Los Angeles
June 9, 2016 Leaders in California's largest cities are contemplating bond measures and tax increases to tackle worsening homelessness...

California Session on Transportation Funding Needs A Jump Start
June 7, 2016 California local government officials and other stakeholders are becoming increasingly uneasy about the lack of activity in...

How Shrinking Spreads Are Making the Muni Underwriting Business Unsustainable
June 6, 2016 Shrinking underwriting spreads may be threatening the municipal underwriting business, and underwriters, attorneys, financial...

Alaska Budget Gushes Red Ink
June 3, 2016 Alaska's legislature passed a budget with a $3.2 billion draw on the state's Constitutional Budget Reserve after rejecting...


Maria Doulis of the watchdog Citizens Budget Commission and Howard Cure of Evercore Wealth Management dissect New York City's $82 billion budget with Bond Buyer Northeast regional editor Paul Burton. They explore efficiencies, debt management, reserves, the economy, the capital budget and Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to overhaul Health + Hospitals.

In the past 3½ years, the Securities and Exchange Commission has asserted its enforcement role considerably, in what can fairly be described as a form of direct regulation of issuers.

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