Pennsylvania still doesn't have a final budget for fiscal 2010 but the Keystone State hopes to get nearly $30 million in interest savings with a $689.6 million advance refunding deal set for tomorrow.

The transaction will price competitively and proceeds will refinance outstanding general obligation bonds to reduce interest costs while maintaining the same maturities.

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