California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Wednesday that will allow the state to sell bonds in $25 denominations.

The new legislation, sponsored by Treasurer Bill Lockyer, changes state law to allow minimum general obligation bond denominations to drop to $25 from $1,000, potentially increasing California’s reach into the retail market.

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