LOS ANGELES -- California lawmakers wrapped up their legislative session last week, and some bills affecting public finance have reached Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk, while others have been put on hold until next year.

At the request of the governor, several bills aimed at reviving redevelopment financing in California have been delayed to allow for further discussions on the issue. These bills will be taken up again in the next legislative session, which convenes on Jan. 7.

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