ATLANTA -- South Carolina's legislature ended its 1994 session Thursday evening, shortly after approving a $4.15 billion general fund budget for fiscal 1995 and authorizing $105 million of general obligation bonds.

Before adjourning, lawmakers also ratified and sent to Gov. Carroll Campbell groundbreaking legislation that would require issuers in the state to commit to ongoing secondary market disclosure before they could sell bonds.

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