Calif. Bill Turns on the Green Light

Finestone, Deborah
April 2001
Bond Buyer;04/30/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31128, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on California Assembly's passage of a bill to create a state power authority and authorize up to $5 billion in revenue bonds to increase the state's energy supply. Lawmakers' effort to amend at least two existing bills; Aim to set a specific dollar amount of power-purchase revenue bonds the state can issue to buy power and replenish its general fund.


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