LOS ANGELES -- Oregon plans to allow a few exceptions to a year-long moratorium on new-money general obligation bond sales, a move that will permit $48 million of such issues to move forward between now and next spring.

But state Treasurer Anthony Meeker last week said the state's bond issuance will remain crimped until state leaders craft a response to a 1990 voter initiative that cut property taxes.

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