LOS ANGELES - Some special districts in California face possible credit deterioration because of a budget provision requiring them to relinquish some of their property tax revenue to the state, Moody's Investors Service said in a report scheduled for release today.

Districts that rely most on property taxes raise the most concern and will draw high priority for analysis from Moody's, the report says.

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