WASHINGTON -- There is no immediate need for new federal legislation or regulation in the wake of Orange County, Calif.'s billions of dollars in derivatives losses, state and local government representatives and federal regulators concluded here this week.

Instead, the officials who met at the Treasury Department concentrated on what states and localities have been doing to develop investment guidelines and model investment laws to prevent communities from suffering similar losses.

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