DALLAS — After a plethora of school bonds were sold in September, there’s been a dearth of new school debt issuance for the past six weeks in Texas as economic turmoil escalated nationwide.

Now one school district needs to price an issue to qualify for state funding, while another postponed a sale to await the backing of the state’s triple-A rated Permanent School Fund.

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