DALLAS - The Arizona Transportation Board expects to market $200 million of revenue bonds today as lawmakers look for ways to trim the state budget while avoiding diversion of highway funds away from transportation projects.

Shifting highway money to pay expenses of the Department of Public Safety's highway patrol division is one of several options the Legislature is considering to solve a projected $2 billion budget shortfall for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.

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