LOS ANGELES - A measure to provide local governments more flexibility to issue pension obligation bonds and in so-called Teeter plan financings faces a key vote today in a California legislative committee.

The proposed legislation would add the "Teeter Plan Bond Law of 1994" to the state Government Code, giving counties the right to issue a new type of seven-year revenue bond backed by the recovery of delinquent property taxes.

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