Moody’s Investors Service Tuesday downgraded California’s Santa Ana Unified School District general obligation rating to Aa3 from Aa2 ahead of plans to issue $19.5 million of bonds on Oct. 10.

The downgrade affected around $332.5 million in debt, according to Moody’s analysts. The rating agency has a negative outlook on all of the school district’s debt.

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