CHICAGO - An Ohio pension fund this week decided to develop a formula to determine how much it will discount cities' accrued liabilities to the fund, delaying a proposed bond deal by Columbus, Ohio.

Columbus officials are planning to issue up to $26 million of general obligation bonds to pay off the city's liability to the fund, and other cities across the state are considering bond issues for the same purpose.

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