SAN FRANCISCO — Moody’s Investors Service, citing California’s litany of budget problems, this morning placed the state’s A2 general obligation bond rating on watchlist for possible downgrade.

All three rating agencies have California at the ‘A’ level, lowest of any state, and with Moody’s action this morning, all three have put the state on a form of negative outlook within the last three weeks.

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