LOS ANGELES -- Budget-strained California school districts will find some relief if Gov. Pete Wilson signs a bill that would allow the passage of parcel taxes with a simple-majority vote by local residents.

But parties on both sides of the debate expect the governor to veto the legislation this year, although proponents said they addressed Wilson's concerns in this version of the bill. Wilson has until Sept. 30 to veto the measure.

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