DALLAS - Colorado issuers are seeking quick exits from their auction-rate debt after failed auctions drove interest costs up dramatically.

In Colorado Springs, the city-owned Memorial Health System is planning to refinance $272 million of bonds, representing more than 90% of its outstanding debt after interest on its auction-rate bonds more than doubled in recent weeks.

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