DENVER -- No matter what Colorado voters decide tomorrow about proposed tax and spending limits on local government, bond dealers expect slow times ahead.

The reason: Prompted by concerns that a proposed constitutional amendment could shut them out of the credit markets, local issuers have already pushed $ 4.2 billion in volume -- two-thirds of it new money -- into the market this year. Half of that has been sold in the last two months.

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