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California Voters to Decide Future Investment in Infrastructure through Assembly Constitutional Amendment 11
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The California budget stalemate which ended on the last day of session produced an opportunity for voters to have a voice in the future expenditure of state funds to provide for the infrastructure needs of California. For a number of years, California’s legislators have been concerned about the increasing amount of bonded indebtedness incurred by the state.
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