LOS ANGELES - California Gov. Pete Wilson has yet to take a stance on state legislation designed to broaden local governments' financing options when they issue general obligation bonds.

A Wilson spokeswoman said yesterday that the governor has until midnight next Monday, Oct. 11, to sign, veto, or allow Senate Bill 872 to become law without his signature.

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