ATLANTA - Continuing his two-year-old battle against the Kentucky Turnpike Authority, a retired taxpayer has asked for a court order barring sale of the $200 million refunding bond issue the authority plans to offer this summer.

In a motion filed last month, Noel D. Wilson demanded that the Franklin, Ky., Circuit Court grant him a temporary restraining order to stop the proposed bond issue because his 1990 lawsuit contesting the authority's right to sell debt "is pending and has yet to be finally decided."

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