SAN FRANCISCO — California plans one of the biggest long-term tax-exempt bond offerings of the year next week, $3 billion of sales tax-backed economic recovery bonds in a deal created to restructure the state’s outstanding deficit bonds to account for unexpected weakness in sales tax revenue.

Structuring details were scanty yesterday morning, other than a preliminary official statement outlining preliminary plans for a $2.6 billion fixed-rate Series 2009A and a $400 million floating-rate Series 2009B.

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