LOS ANGELES - California public finance officials are lambasting an initiative that would require a two-thirds popular majority before a locality could raise taxes or issue any sort of debt.

Market participants said the proposed "Taxpayers Consent Act," drafted by the activist Citizens Committee, raises more questions than it answers.

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