LOS ANGELES -- Legislation that would broaden the flexibility for structuring local general obligation bonds in California is before Gov. Pete Wilson.

Senate Bill 872. sponsored by Sen. Quentin L. Kopp, Ind.-San Francisco/San Mateo, is designed to give issuers a broader menu of financing techniques when they sell local GOs, including use of zero coupon bonds and detachable call options.

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