Connecticut could use bond anticipation notes or a line of credit if cash flow becomes a problem later this year, Gov. M. Jodi Rell said Monday.

“Our state keeps its money in a common cash pool, in part so that we can earn as much interest as possible,” Rell said in a press release. “The downside of that practice is that when the economy is slow we do not always have a large amount of ready cash.”

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