SAN FRANCISCO - Standard & Poor's yesterday downgraded Los Angeles County's 2009-2010 tax and revenue anticipation notes to SP-1 from SP-1-plus on weakening cash flows and possible state aid cuts.

The agency also revised the outlook on the biggest U.S. county's AA-minus issuer credit rating to negative from stable. The outlook also applies to the county's lease revenue and pension obligation bonds.

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