The Charleston County School District, the state’s second largest, could soon receive authorization to issue deficit-financing bonds as school districts across South Carolina grapple with funding shortfalls.

The General Assembly is considering a joint resolution that would enable the Charleston district to issue bonds in fiscal 2011 and 2012. The resolution is before the Senate and needs the governor’s signature before bonds can be issued.

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