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To hear California'sstatecontroller tell it, the problem with the state's plans for a $13.4 billion bond sale, the largest in history, is that the math does not add up.
By September, Controller Kathleen Connell calculates, even before the bonds are sold, the state's general fund will have spent $8 billion buying electricity on behalf of utilities so short of cash that power producers refuse to do business with them.
California's energy crisis may be easing — electricity prices have come down; conservation has helped stave off a predicted wave of flouts; the first big power plant built in the state since 1988 has just been switched on — but Wall Street remains focused on the negatives.
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