SAN FRANCISCO – California legislation to ban financial firms with potential conflicts of interest from participating in school district bond elections unanimously passed out of committee Tuesday.

The measure, Assembly Bill 621, proposed by Don Wagner, R-Irvine, would prohibit a local agency from working on any bond deal with an individual or firm that provides services to the bond election campaign. The Assembly Committee on Elections and Redistricting passed the measure 7-0.

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