DALLAS -- Even though Gov. Roy Romer vetoed a bill mandating unprecedented oversight of Colorado's special district bonds, the measure may become law because of a bureaucratic glitch.

After extensive lobbying by bond dealers, the governor in June vetoed S.B. 159 and signed a rival measure also intended to increase oversight of the state's special districts after defaults by some districts on more than $300 million of defaulted bonds.

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