LOS ANGELES -- California Democrats and advocacy groups yesterday proposed creating a bond-funded state public financing authority to help finance local projects that achieve specified development and conservation goals.

Creation of a new California Public Improvements Authority, which could be funded by large general obligation bond sales, would in effect create an infrastructure bank to finance local projects.

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