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General Obligation Bonds
The state expects to issue approximately $443.37 million in general obligation bonds through a negotiated sale. Following is a transaction summary:
- Approximate par value of transaction: $443,370,000
- Expected to price: May 14, 2020
Lease Revenue Bonds
No offerings are on the calendar at this time.