SAN FRANCISCO — Alaskans will vote on about $1 billion in bonding authority during the November election in an effort by lawmakers to fund school construction and home loans for military veterans.

Proposition A would authorize the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. to issue $600 million that would provide mortgages to qualifying veterans. Proposition B asks residents to approve $397 million of general obligation bonds to pay for the design and construction of library, education and research facilities, according to the text of the bill authorizing the proposition.

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