LOS ANGELES -- Gov. Pete Wilson of California appears increasingly isolated from fellow Republicans over his continued support for stalled legislation that would help local governments sell more general obligation bonds.

Republican leaders, along with dissatisfied taxpayer groups, effectively blocked measures during the recent legislative session that would have allowed local GOs for schools, jails, and parks to be approved by a simple majority vote, instead of the current two-thirds requirement.

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