CHICAGO — Illinois enters the market next Tuesday with $500 million of general obligation bonds for capital projects and is planning two additional new-money sales before closing the books on the fiscal year in June.

The state also will accept until Friday completed questionnaires it sent out to the broker-dealers in its senior manager underwriting pool asking for their experience in unemployment bond issues, said capital markets director John Sinsheimer.

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