DALLAS — Louisiana lawmakers will consider a resolution this week to require legislative approval of a plan to issue revenue bonds to finance a proposed new state hospital in New Orleans.

The resolution, which has been ­assigned to the Appropriations ­Committee, would require a majority of both chambers to approve bonds and ­financial agreements for the construction or operation of the planned $1.2 billion, 424-bed University Medical Center.

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