CHICAGO — Minnesota will take bids Tuesday on $920 million of general obligation debt in a long-planned deal that grew as refunding opportunities arose and lawmakers approved additional public works spending as part of the budget deal that ended a partial government shutdown.

Next week’s deal offers five series including $445 million of new-money various purpose GOs, $320 million of trunk highway GOs that are repaid with transportation-related revenues but carry the state’s full faith and credit pledge, and $4 million of taxable GOs.

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