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Capital appreciation bonds worth $9 billion will end up costing taxpayers $36 billion. Some school districts use this type of financing to avoid state limit on property taxes. Voters often are unaware of repayment costs when bond measures are approved.
The Bay Citizen looks at the cost to taxpayers because of California public schools and the loans that build them.