Receiver Offers California Break In Prison Health Care Lawsuit

Saskal, Rich
October 2008
Bond Buyer;10/7/2008, Vol. 366 Issue 32977, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the temporary relief offered by federal receiver J. Clark Kelso to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and state Controller John Chiang who are facing federal court motion stemming from their failure of providing $8 billion in capital funding for a state prison hospital construction program in California. Kelso is willing to hold off on the contempt process for now, provided that the state provides $250 million appropriated in a separate lease-revenue bond authorization.


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