CHICAGO — Wisconsin will take bids on $338 million of new-money general obligation bonds on July 20, fresh from capturing its lowest rate in recent memory on an $800 million note sale that was held last week.

The bonds will mature between 2013 and 2032. Proceeds will finance bricks-and-mortar projects approved by the State Building Commission, according to capital finance director Frank Hoadley.

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