DALLAS -Voters in Texas on Saturday gave issuers - primarily school districts - the go-ahead for more than $6 billion of new debt.

The largest referendum was $1.35 billion of bonds for the Dallas Independent School District. Nearly 19,000 voters weighed in and the package was approved with 54% in favor.

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