ATLANTA -- West Virginia's Gov. Gaston Caperton is expected soon to sign legislation authorizing the state to sell an additional $200 million of revenue bonds for solid waste management, an official said yesterday.

Tom Heywood, Gov. Caperton's chief of staff, said the governor would approve the bill, which the legislature passed last Friday, despite earlier reservations about increasing borrowing for this purpose.

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