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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Julien Lafortune, Joseph Herrera

Federal pandemic aid and increased state funding have contributed to record K–12 funding levels. In 2021–22, state, local, and federal funding for California K– ...

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How Water Bonds Plug Spending Holes

By Annabelle Rosser, Caitrin Chappelle

Jun 7, 2021 ... As California responds to yet another drought and prepares for a future of greater climate extremes, securing funding to boost the water ...

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Paying for California’s Water System

By Caitrin Chappelle, Ellen Hanak, Annabelle Rosser

Bonds are reimbursed by the state's general fund, and California is currently repaying nearly $1 billion annually for past water bonds.


California’s Future

By Ellen Hanak, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Caroline Danielson ...

This multi-topic publication highlights the state's most pressing long-term policy challenges in several key areas: criminal justice, economy, education, ...

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Floods in California

By Jeffrey Mount

Bonds approved since the mid-2000s are helping but fall far short of meeting funding needs. Various recent proposals include some new one-time funds for ...

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Water Management’s High-Tech Future

By Lori Pottinger

Sep 3, 2015 ... ... the updated Municipal Regional Stormwater Permits would require ... items like our new groundwater law and the $7.5 billion water bond, ...


What If California’s Drought Continues?

By Ellen Hanak, Jay Lund, Jeffrey Mount, Peter Moyle ...

**Most state water system investment support comes from voter-approved state bond funds. Many of these investments will take some time to implement.


Paul Rosenstiel

As an investment banker, he assisted state and local governments in financing infrastructure through the issuance of municipal bonds.