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The Earl Warren Building and Courthouse at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco. (AP file photo)

Canceled Sale Of California Buildings Prompts Lawsuit

The investors who won the contract to buy 24 state office buildings have sued the state.

CBS San Francisco–03/11/2011

Gov. Jerry Brown

Brown Drops Plan To Sell State Buildings

California Gov. Jerry Brown has dropped a plan to sell 24 state government buildings to private investors.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–02/09/2011

The Earl Warren Building and Courthouse at Civic Center Plaza (Wikipedia)

Justices Recuse Themselves In California Building Sale Case

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has made a last-minute plea to the California Supreme Court to allow the sale of state office buildings to proceed.

CBS San Francisco–12/21/2010

The Earl Warren Building and Courthouse at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco. (AP file photo)

San Jose Appeals Court Shortens Deadline In State Building Sale Case

A state appeals court in San Jose shortened its deadline Thursday for receiving written arguments on whether it should continue a stay blocking the $2.3 billion sale of 11 state buildings.

CBS San Francisco–12/16/2010

The Earl Warren Building and Courthouse at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco. (AP file photo)

State Buildings Sale Blocked By San Jose Appeals Court

SAN JOSE (CBS 5) — A state appeals court on Monday afternoon granted a stay that temporarily stops the sale of 11 state properties to a group of private investors, so that a lawsuit challenging […]

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–12/13/2010

The Earl Warren Building and Courthouse at Civic Center Plaza (Wikipedia)

San Francisco Judge Refuses To Stop Sale Of California State Buildings

A San Francisco judge has issued a preliminary ruling that would allow the sale of 11 state properties to go through.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–12/10/2010

California State Capitol in Sacramento (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Board Clears Way For Sale Of California State Buildings

The state Public Works Board voted 3-2 Monday to retire the bonds on several state-owned office buildings, paving the way for California to sell property as a way to raise cash quickly in a deal that analysts warn could cost taxpayers in the long run.

CBS San Francisco–11/15/2010

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