SAN FRANCISCO - California's budget struggles are likely to pressure local government agencies and districts that need to issue tax and revenue anticipation notes this year, according to a Standard & Poor's credit comment released yesterday.

The agency hasn't changed its rating criteria, but issued the comment paper in response to many questions from market participants as to how the state budget - which defers many payments due to local governments and school districts - would impact Trans.

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