DALLAS -- The Texas attorney general's office may stop approving new local school bond issues Sept. 1 because of uncertainty over the fate of the state's new school finance law.

Assistant Attorney General Jim Thomassen said yesterday that future issues may be stalled until Travis County District Judge F. Scott McCown, who is overseeing the constitutional challenge to the so-called Robin Hood plan, issues a ruling.

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