Federal Receiver Warns California to Act on $7B Bond Plan for Prison Health Care

Saskal, Rich
June 2008
Bond Buyer;6/19/2008, Vol. 364 Issue 32903, p3
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The article reports on a warning of federal receiver J. Clark Kelso if lawmakers in San Francisco, California, refuse to sign off on a $7 billion lease-revenue bond financing plan. Kelso was appointed by federal judge Thelton Henderson who ordered the prison hospital health care system into a receivership. This followed a ruling that the state had failed to quickly implement a 2002 settlement agreement in a case challenging the constitutional adequacy of health care services provided to inmates.


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