CHICAGO – Minnesota will wrap up its new-money general obligation borrowing for the year in a sale Tuesday of up to $767.6 million that includes a refunding piece, before shifting gears to financing the new Minnesota Vikings professional football stadium.

The state will take competitive bids on three series of bonds including $282.6 million of GO various purpose paper, $112 million of GO state trunk highway bonds repaid with transportation-related revenues, and up to $373 million of GO various purpose refunding bonds.

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