LOS ANGELES -- California's Assembly last week approved a process to review and provide advice on the state's general obligation bond issuance, but the bill has been amended to avoid creating a new debt commission.

"We would assume [prospects for passage in the Senate] are very good," especially since the Assembly approved the bill 63 to 0, said Hal Geiogue, assistant state treasurer.

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