WASHINGTON — Two District of Columbia universities are tapping the bond markets this week in separate tax-exempt and taxable transactions totaling $145 million.

George Washington University on Thursday expects to sell $100 million of taxable bonds that mature in 10 years, according to bond documents. The bonds are rated A1 by Moody’s Investors Service. A rating from Standard & Poor’s was not available at press time, but it gave a rating of A-plus to taxable debt the university issued last June.

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