DALLAS — Louisiana officials were gratified Tuesday with significant investor interest in the state’s first offering of new-money debt in three years.

The state sold $200 million of new-money general obligation bonds for the first time since 2006 in a competitive deal on Tuesday, along with a $119 million tranche of refunding bonds.

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