Poway Unified School District made national headlines for its controversial bond deal but District Superintendent John Collins recently said its investment was “no different” than other California school districts’ bonds.

Our Scott Lewis gets an assist from Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon as he breaks down this claim.

Later, Lewis tackles some recent statements by political consultants in the aftermath of the San Diego mayor’s race.

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Lisa Halverstadt is a reporter at Voice of San Diego. Know of something she should check out? You can contact her directly at lisa.halverstadt@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.325.0528.

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Lisa Halverstadt

Lisa is a senior investigative reporter who digs into some of San Diego's biggest challenges including homelessness, city real estate debacles, the region's...

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