Moody's Investors Service on Friday warned the municipal bond community that last week's approval of a Colorado voter referendum could have serious fiscal implications for credits throughout the state.

Moody's said in a one-page statement that the amendment, approved by Colorado voters Nov. 3, will "significantly affect the financial and debt management practices of the state, and all levels of government, with the possible exception of certain defined enterprise systems."

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