DALLAS — Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal Monday asked for consideration of an alternative, no-debt financial plan for a proposed $1.2 billion state hospital in New Orleans.

Jindal had been cool to the changes proposed late last week by a trio of top elected officials, but agreed Monday that the new plan should be looked at by the board set up to finance and build the University Medical Center that would replace storm-damaged Old Charity Hospital.

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