SAN FRANCISCO — California’s plan for a bond-funded high-speed train system just got more expensive. Fifty billion dollars more expensive.

The higher price tag, revealed this week when the California High-Speed Rail Authority released an updated business plan, includes proposals to leverage more debt through means like qualified tax-credit bonds and private-activity bonds.

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