CHICAGO -- The future credit quality of counties and school districts in Wisconsin could be "negatively affected" by property tax reforms in the state's fiscal 1994-95 biennial budget, according to a credit report from Moody's Investors Service.

The report, released on Friday, said that reforms restricting property tax increases will affect, in different ways over time, the 149 school districts and 40 counties Moody's rates.

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