DALLAS — Arizona has used an entire $700 million line of credit advanced two weeks ago by Bank of America, forcing the state to borrow $73 million from itself to make a scheduled payment of aid to local school districts.

State Treasurer Dean Martin said he was required to issue $73 million of treasurer warrant notes to make the school payment after exhausting a $700 million credit limit from the bank.

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