CHICAGO —  The Indiana Bond Bank Thursday plans to price $300 million of notes as part of its annual financing to help cover anticipated cash-flow shortfalls for local governments and school districts across the state.

This year’s issuance is smaller than usual as local governments finally begin to catch up with state-mandated property tax reassessments and as school districts find themselves in less need of cash-flow loans after the state took over their general funds.

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