ATLANTA -- A West Virginia circuit court judge last Friday ruled in favor of a lawsuit that challenged the state School Building Authority's issuance of bonds without voter approval.

Unless overturned by a higher court, the ruling will prevent the authority from moving forward with a planned sale of $338 million in new-money and refunding debt on hold since mid-June.

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