Sunne McPeak

Secretary of the California Business, Transportation and Housing Agency

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California voters passed $43 billion worth of  new bonds  to relieve overcrowded highways and schools, repair levees and provide affordable housing.  That's almost half the state's…

The Voters have Spoken: Now, Who Gets the Money?

California voters passed $43 billion worth of new bonds to relieve overcrowded highways and schools, repair levees and provide affordable housing.  That's almost half the state's…

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