SAN FRANCISCO - California has pulled its $2 billion general obligation bond sale off next week's calendar, after the state Legislature failed to approve cash-flow management legislation the State Treasurer's Office was counting on to make the deal more palatable to investors.

That legislation gives state budget and finance officials additional authority to manage the timing of payments for various state programs, through the end of fiscal 2011.

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