SAN FRANCISCO - In the coming weeks, California is planning to access the short-term debt markets with billions of dollars in revenue anticipation notes.

It will have to convince investors they will be repaid by June on the back of a state budget that has been widely derided as full of accounting gimmicks - or, in the words of the state treasurer who will sell the Rans, a "banana republic budget."

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