California changed the payment schedule Friday on its $4 billion offering of revenue' anticipation warrants after a brouhaha arose over possible tax problems.

"Our plan was always to issue fully tax-free notes," state controller Gray Davis said through a spokeswoman. "This is a technical correction and is fully consistent with our original intentions."

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