CHICAGO — Michigan is touting the strong history and credit quality of its water loan program as it brings $240 million of triple-A rated clean and drinking water revenue bonds to market Tuesday.

The Michigan Finance Authority is selling the debt, which is a mix of new-money and refunding bonds. The state revolving loan fund program loans money to municipalities to finance water and wastewater-related projects.

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