LOS ANGELES -- Gov. Pete Wilson of California on Saturday vetoed a bill that would establish an annual review of the state's general obligation bond issuance, calling the legislation duplicative and unnecessary.

Assembly Bill 48, introduced on behalf of the state treasurer, Kathleen Brown, directed a state debt commission to advise both the governor and the Legislature on the amount of bonds that could be prudently sold and placed before voters each year.

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