New Jersey finance officials may head back to the municipal bond market in the next three weeks to finish a $1.94 billion school construction bond refinancing that was downsized earlier this month due to unfavorable pricing conditions.

The Treasury Department trimmed $800 million from the Jan. 14 offering by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, which occurred the same day Gov. Chris Christie said health care obligations were “bankrupting” the state.

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