DALLAS -- Facing the uncertainty of a new school finance system, two Texas districts have established $20 million, municipal-style lines of credit to meet short-term borrowing needs.

Advisers to the Pasadena and Lubbock Independent School Districts say the borrowing arrangement with Fidelity Investments is a unique twist on the old practice of borrowing from the local bank to solve cash flow problems.

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