DALLAS — Dallas can ask voters for $600 million of new general obligation debt in November without raising the tax rate under revised projections outlined Wednesday to the City Council.

The city had been preparing for an election in November for $500 million of bonds, but city manager Mary Suhm said a new analysis provided a higher ceiling.

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