LOS ANGELES — A proposal to create a bond bank in Washoe County, Nev., has critics worried that the county would needlessly put its double-A credit ratings at risk.

The creation of a bond bank would enable Nevada's second most populous county to sell bonds on behalf of local municipalities, attaining a lower interest rate for the entity, which would then pay the county for the annual debt service.

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