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Treasurer Bill Lockyer says the $4 billion general obligation bond offering became a $6.54 billion offering due to sharp demand, as blogged about yesterday.
Not that you needed a formal audit of California government to know it, but today’s detailed report gives some final clarity to how much the state took in last year… and how much more it spent.
The federal judge who took control of California prison health care some three years ago rejected a request today to scrap the court-appointed receivership. U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson denied a petition from Governor Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown … Continue reading