DALLAS -- After clearing up issues around a phony audit, the New Mexico Finance Authority returned to the bond market Wednesday with $43 million of bonds for revolving loans to local governments.

“We had an excellent reception from the market,” said Michael Zavelle, chief of investor relations for the NMFA.  “We feel we very much have put the fake audit behind us.”

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