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Citing market turmoil from the pandemic, a California conduit issuer gave the Virgin Trains USA project a five-month extension to sell $3.25 billion of debt.
California legislators met the letter of the law in passing the budget by Monday's deadline, but the state is a long way from a final spending plan.
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