SAN FRANCISCO — California will sell $10 billion of revenue anticipation notes next week in one of the state's largest such cash-flow management deals.

The Ran sale will be almost twice as large as California's 2011 note sale, as the state's normally uneven cash-flow schedule has an additional layer of uncertainty because of a November tax ballot measure.

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