WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia today intends to sell competitively up to $350 million of general obligation bonds, and will probably insure the bonds despite the fallout from the subprime mortgage crisis, officials said.

However, the district is likely to go with an insurer that has generally avoided the turmoil, they said.

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