Connecticut is gearing up for a $2 billion pension obligation bond issue this spring to help fund the state’s severely underfunded Teachers’ Retirement Fund.

The deal would be the fourth-largest POB issue ever sold in the U.S. and the state is taking steps to make sure it doesn’t backslide on meeting its annual pension costs as some other municipal governments have done after issuing pension bonds.

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