BRADENTON, Fla. - As part of an effort to improve Tennessee's standards for local governments that use variable-rate debt and derivatives, Comptroller Justin Wilson may recommend new state regulations that would require local governments to file continuing disclosures about those transactions.

Wilson has talked to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board about using its Electronic Municipal Market Access system, known as EMMA, as a mechanism for filing the disclosures, he said in an interview yesterday.

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