CHICAGO — Illinois will kick off the new year with a competitive general obligation issue on Jan. 11 of between $500 million and $750 million to fund its ongoing public works program.

The deal will include about $250 million of taxable debt to fund approved projects that don’t qualify for tax-exempt financing under Internal Revenue Service rules, said the state’s director of capital markets, John Sinsheimer.

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