CHICAGO - Ohio officials are considering a major revamping of the state's debt-issuing practices that could include the consolidation of some authorities and the use of general obligation debt instead of lease debt.

A recently completed debt management plan, commissioned by the Ohio Office of Budget and Management, contained those and other recommendations, including limiting the state's direct debt capacity and requiring debt-issuing authorities to have written debt management practices and policies.

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