LOS ANGELES -- California Gov. Pete Wilson's proposal to issue $5 billion of revenue anticipation warrants as part of a deficit-elimination plan might need to be modified because of legal constraints, Kemper Securities Inc. said Friday.

"In our opinion, the proposed scheme may raise more legal issues than it resolves, and does not achieve its objective" of erasing the deficit, Kemper said in a municipal credit update.

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