CHICAGO - Minnesota Attorney General Hubert Humphrey 3rd has asked the state Supreme Court to clarify constitutional issues raised in a dismissed lawsuit that challenges the state's ability to issue bonds to assist Northwest Airlines.

MaryKay Milla, spokeswoman for the attorney general, said Mr. Humphrey believes the court should rule on the constitutional issues because a lower court's earlier ruling against the bonds could affect their marketability.

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