DENVER -- Gov. Roy Romer has vetoed a bill that would have mandated oversight of nonrated bonds in Colorado, but signed one that set debt limits for special districts, taking a step toward preventing more defaults.

Also, the governor has signed a bill making Colorado the first state to mandate secondary market disclosure for some issuers -- a move hailed by bond dealers.

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