SAN FRANCISCO - California school and community college districts would be able to issue general obligation bonds to finance housing for teachers and other employees under a bill moving through the Legislature.

The bill is up for a floor vote this week in the Senate, after which it would have to be approved by the Assembly. Assemblyman Alberto Torrico, D-Newark, introduced the bill at the request of the New Haven Unified School District, which is in his Assembly district.

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