SAN FRANCISCO — After selling a year’s worth of general obligation bonds in a month, California officials now face their next market challenge — a record-sized cash-flow borrowing for a state government that is being hammered by the recession.

Currently, the state is projected to need a $13 billion cash-flow borrowing this summer, according to Department of Finance spokesman H.D. Palmer.

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