CHICAGO — The Michigan State Building Authority plans to sell $221 million of fixed-rate refunding bonds next week in what will be the state’s first entrance into the market since it and the authority were downgraded late last month.

Officials said the restructuring would save roughly $10 million a year through 2020.

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