ALAMEDA, Calif. — California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill that would have allowed local governments to use bonds to securitize the state’s promise to repay them for the cost of implementing unfunded mandates prior to 2004

Schwarzenegger said the proposed legislation would threaten the credit of other state debt, including revenue anticipation notes and lease-revenue bonds.

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