LOS ANGELES — The crash of Nevada’s real estate market is continuing to take a big bite out of the state’s municipal bond market.

State finance officials say property-value declines mean there could be little new-money general obligation paper coming to market over the next decade, though low rates mean refundings are in store for Nevada’s outstanding debt.

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