A new California law allows counties participating in Teeter plans to issue long-term debt, with bond proceeds going to pay off property taxes that the counties owe local agencies.

The law is designed to resolve the timing gap between the maximum 15-month maturity for Teeter plan notes, which counties already were able to issue, and the roughly three years it takes to collect delinquent taxes that help secure the debt.

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