SAN FRANCISCO — Even as the market for qualified school construction bonds is taking off, many California school districts appear to be stuck on the sideline because of questions over the way the state allocated QSCB authority to the districts.

The QSCB program, authorized as part of the federal stimulus legislation earlier this year, allows school districts to issue bonds that provide bondholders with a 100% tax credit.

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