WASHINGTON -- The Richmond Unified School District's representative in the California legislature is pushing to get legislation passed this month that would enable the district to start repaying its defaulted certificates of participation, state officials said.

Two bills introduced by state Assemblyman Tom Bates, whose district includes some of the Richmond schools, would provide an infusion of funds to the financially strapped school district.

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