LOS ANGELES — Nevada will not issue liquor tax-backed general obligation bonds after all.

After earlier talk that the Silver State would use $58 million of liquor-tax backed bonds to finance infrastructure costs in its two-year budget, Gov. Brian Sandoval withdrew legislation to authorize the bonds after the state treasurer’s office restructured existing debt to create more capacity in the existing bond structure, said Jeff Mohlenkamp, director of the department of administration.

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