DALLAS — Travis County, Texas, should issue certificates of obligation to finance its share of a $343 million courthouse in Austin under a public-private partnership, according to a committee appointed to study the matter.

By using certificates, Travis County can avoid having to get the voter approval that is required for general obligation bonds, according to a report to the Travis County Commissioners.

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