DALLAS - An Arkansas law that authorizes local governments to finance energy-saving improvements at public facilities with revenue bonds supported by the utility cost savings seems to violate the state constitution, said state Attorney General Dustin McDaniel in an opinion released Monday.

"In my opinion to the extent the act authorizes the bonds to be repaid from tax dollars, the act is constitutionally suspect," McDaniel said.

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