CHICAGO — Columbus, Ohio, will begin taking retail orders today on $279 million of general obligation debt in a transaction that features five series, including the city’s first Build America Bonds and recovery zone economic development bonds.

The city heads to market the day after Ohio voters were to decide whether to allow casino gambling in Columbus and the state’s other three biggest cities, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Toledo.

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