SAN FRANCISCO — Oregon's debt commission told the governor and lawmakers that they need to rein in general fund-backed bonding in the next two-year budget cycle.

The State Debt Policy Advisory Commission said in a recent report that a sharp falloff in projected general fund revenue will push Oregon above its historic target of having debt-service cost no more than 5% of general fund revenues in the next biennium budget period that starts July 1.

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