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  • S&P upgrades California's financial outlook

     
    California got another bump from Standard & Poor’s on Tuesday as the rating agency upgraded the state’s financial outlook from “stable” to “positive.”...
  • Controller, lawmakers propose energy efficiency program

     
    California Controller John Chiang is best known as the Grim Reaper of financial news, docking lawmakers' pay during last year's budget dispute and sounding alarms about the state’s cash crunch. But on Wednesday, he joined state lawmakers, labor...
  • Cash flow dips but California's finances secure, controller says

     
    California issued more tax refunds than expected in February, the likely reason that revenues fell $146 million short of estimates, the state controller said Monday. Controller John Chiang said, however, that the state should be able to pay its bills........
  • FBI is investigating Montebello's finances

     
    Federal prosecutors and the FBI have launched an investigation into potential misuse of funds and fraud involving federal housing money in Montebello, adding to the growing list of agencies looking into the city’s stewardship of public dollars....
  • Montebello officials lash back at state controller's financial audit

     
    Montebello financial crisis: City officials blast findings of state controller's audit of city funds....
  • Montebello councilwoman says City Hall is trying to silence her

     
    Dismayed by one council member's repeated whistle-blowing about the embattled city, Montebello City Council members on Wednesday are slated to discuss a host of rules on how council members communicate and use city letterhead. The move comes after some...
  • Firm that audited Bell's books hit with disciplinary charges

     
    The state filed disciplinary proceedings Thursday against a prominent accounting firm that failed to detect any financial irregularities in Bell, where former city leaders now stand accused of looting the town’s treasury as it teetered on the edge...
  • Skelton: Controller should stay out of budget battle

     
    California lawmakers became so notorious for dragging budget negotiations through the summer, voters amended the constitution two years ago to dock their pay if they don't meet their June 15 deadline. That deadline is Friday, and in Thursday's column...
  • Papers Filed in Stockton bankruptcy; gag order may be lifted

     
    The bankruptcy comes on the heels of three-months of state-mandated mediation. An entourage of Wall Street bankers, city attorneys, union representatives and other creditors held private meetings in Sacramento to wrangle over Stockton's fate....
  • Cost of protecting state officials down, but up for lt. governor

     
    Cost of protecting state officials down...
  • Controller appeals decision on California lawmakers' pay

     
    Controller appeals court decision on lawmakers' pay...