WASHINGTON -- California legislators are battling over differing versions of a master leasing bill in a bid to win over Gov. Pete Wilson, who voted a bill approved by the Legislature last year.

The outlook for the bill remains murky, despite some lawmakers' determination to try again to save the state millions of dollars by requiring pooling of up to $100 million of annual state equipment lease financings into low-rate public offerings.

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