DALLAS -- The Colorado Supreme Court has rejected efforts to get a fast-track interpretation of how the state's new tax and spending limits affect bond issuance, meaning it could be years before some legal questions are resolved.

Justices last Thursday declined to hear five issues raised by Gov. Roy Romer, making it likely that issuers will have to risk costly test cases in order to clear up market concerns about their bonds.

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