CHICAGO - Minnesota will competitively sell about $600 million of new-money and refunding bonds on Tuesday and return to the market later in the month with $66 million of certificates of participation as finance officials ponder the use of a negotiated sale for the next planned general obligation issue in the fall.

The deal is divided into four series, including a new-money general purpose 20-year tranche for $192 million and a new-money 20-year GO series supported by trunk highway funds for transportation projects for $80 million.

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