ATLANTA -- West Virginia state lawmakers late Monday approved legislation permitting the School Building Authority to sell $180 million of debt held up by the state Supreme Court since this summer.

But before selling the bonds, which will now be backed by sales taxes, the authority plans to bring a test care before the high court, authority executive director Clacy Williams said yesterday.

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