SAN FRANCISCO — California lawmakers are wrapping up their legislative session this week, and several bills affecting public finance are nearing or are on the governor’s desk.

The Legislature has until the end of Friday to pass bills before its final recess. Legislation that is still in the pipeline in the final hours includes a potential substitute for redevelopment agencies, an extension of Los Angeles County’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority sales tax, and changes to school district bond anticipation note financing.

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