CHICAGO — Michigan starts the week off with a three-day pricing of a $3.3 billion unemployment-obligation assessment revenue bond issue in the largest deal of the year so far.

Proceeds will be used to defease $3 billion of short-term debt the state rushed to market in late December to pay off its federal unemployment insurance liability without incurring new penalties by rolling it over into the new year.

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