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Poll Finds California School Bond Below 50%
September 22, 2016 Just under half of likely voters in California favor approval of a $9 billion school bond measure, according to a survey by...

PFM Absorbs Oregon-Based Western Financial
September 22, 2016 PFM Financial Advisors purchased Portland, Ore.-based advisory firm Western Financial Group, and hired all of its members.

Palomar Health To Sell Over $400 Million, Some Highly Rated, Some Junk
September 21, 2016 San Diego-based Palomar Health is set to issue more than $400 million of refunding bonds in the next two weeks, split between...

How Millennials Feel About Public Finance Careers
September 21, 2016 Millennials in public finance see a lot of value in mentorship from their older colleagues and are hopeful about the future of...

Why California Public Power Credits Will Survive CA Emission Laws
September 20, 2016 California public power credits should remain strong through a “radical transformation” of the state’s energy supply caused by...

San Francisco Puts Housing Bonds to Work Against Homelessness
September 19, 2016 Voter-approved bonds are providing loan money to support the creation of affordable rental homes for San Francisco’s...

Why Muni Green Bond Issuance Is Growing Fast
September 19, 2016 Green municipal bond issuance increased by almost half in 2015, with water infrastructure making up the biggest chunk of the...

Oregon Forecasters See Strong State Economy
September 15, 2016 Oregon's economy continues to expand at full throttle despite some worrisome long-term signs, according to the state's...

Seattle Airport Sets Design For Major Renovation
September 14, 2016 The Port of Seattle has unveiled the final design for a $636 million bond-funded airport renovation and expansion.

What Fiscal 2015 Pension Returns May Mean for the States
September 12, 2016 Many of the largest state pension plans averaged less than 1% returns for the fiscal year ended June 30, most likely leading...

Alaska Governor Hunts Gas Customers Overseas
September 12, 2016 Weeks after sweeping financial overhauls he advocated failed in the state legislature, Alaska Gov. Bill Walker announced he...

Deals for Western Hospital Chain Reflect Healthcare Trends
September 8, 2016 Two large bond offerings from Providence St. Joseph Health, the result of a merger between two major West Coast healthcare...

Big San Francisco Airport Deal Lines Up for Takeoff
September 6, 2016 The Airport Commission of the City and County of San Francisco is teeing up a nearly $900 million dollar bond deal.

D.C.'s Social Impact Bond Deal Will Fund Infrastructure
September 2, 2016 The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority plans a first-of-its kind environmental impact bond using a "pay for...

California's $3 Billion Housing Bond Bill Runs Out of Time
September 1, 2016 Legislation that would have authorized a vote on a $3 billion affordable housing bond failed to pass ahead of California's...

Wyoming Governor Asks Agencies To Pinch Pennies
August 30, 2016 Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is asking state agencies to look for more ways to save money, citing a budget shortfall that could be...

Bond Trustee Blues In Michigan Deal Gone Bad
August 26, 2016 The default of some unrated nonprofit project bonds in Michigan and subsequent struggle to recover funds highlights the...

California Pension Ruling Good For Credit, Moody's Says
August 26, 2016 A California appeals court's ruling upholding Marin County's pension changes is a positive development for the credit of not...

Far West Issuance Slowed In First Half, as Refunding Waned
August 25, 2016 Far West issuers sold $44.7 billion of municipal bonds in the first half of 2016, an 8% decrease from the first six months of...

Opus Bank Launches Public Finance Division
August 24, 2016 Irvine, Calif.-based Opus Bank has launched a new public finance division to pursue business with municipal issuers along the...


The Texas Water Development Board chairman Bech Bruun sits down with markets reporter Aaron Weitzman to discuss a gambit of topics, including droughts in Texas and how those disastrous times have turned into learning experiences. They also discuss the history of the TWDB and its various programs as well as what it's like not only being an issuer in today's low interest rate environment but also what it's like being an issuer from Texas.

The orders provide some insight into what the Securities and Exchange Commission considers to be a material false or misleading statement in an offering document.

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