DALLAS — The Fort Worth Independent School District’s $185.2 million issue leads the way this week in Texas, as a handful of district’s bring bonds to market once again without the backing of the state’s triple-A rated Permanent School Fund.

The state suspended the bond-guarantee program because of the declining value of the fund over the past year or so, and it won’t be available until September at the earliest.

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