LOS ANGELES -- Hawaii escaped the wrath of nature visited on the East Coast by Hurricane Sandy, but the monstrous storm managed to impact the state’s plans to sell $900 million in general obligation bonds Nov. 13 and 14.

State officials canceled an investor tour that included stops in Boston, Chicago and New York planned for late October when the storm was at its height, said Kalbert Young, the state’s finance director.

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