LOS ANGELES — Nevada will price $650 million in unemployment insurance revenue bonds on Oct. 29 to repay the federal government for outstanding balances.

Nevada, like more than 20 other states, ended up owing the federal government a significant amount for cash advances provided by the U.S. Department of Labor to pay unemployment insurance benefits after the state’s unemployment trust fund balances became depleted during the extended economic slow-down.

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