CHICAGO — A local dispute over a $150 million performing arts center prompted the Indiana attorney general last week to issue an opinion ruling that redevelopment commissions can issue some types of debt without the approval of a city’s legislative body. 

The opinion applies to redevelopment commissions — which are considered special taxing districts — across the state. It stems from a dispute in Carmel, north of Indianapolis.

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