LOS ANGELES -- Legislation to clean up alleged problems with Marks-Roos bonds could be forthcoming from the California Debt Advisory Commission, a commission staff member said yesterday.

Legal changes in the structure of the bon.ds might be recommended in a Marks-Roos report expected to be released late this fall by the commission, said Steve Juarez, executive director of the debt advisory commission.

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