CHICAGO - The Iowa treasurer's office expects to issue as soon as early June $635 million of revenue bonds to support a revised $750 million infrastructure program promoted by Gov. Chet Culver to kick-start the state's economy.

The legislature was poised on Friday to pass a compromise package, so Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald cautioned that the final borrowing plans are subject to change if lawmakers make any significant alterations in order to win approval. The state would follow up this June's sale with another $115 million of bonding to finance approved projects.

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