CHICAGO — Ohio will sell $146 million of general obligation bonds Monday in a transaction that includes $120 million of new-money taxable Build America Bonds and just under $26 million of fixed-rate tax-exempt refunding bonds.

It's the latest in a flurry of deals for the Buckeye State, which is traditionally an active issuer but maintains a moderate debt burden compared to other states. Ohio and its state agencies entered the market nearly every month last year, and have several more borrowings — as well as ballot proposals to take on more debt — on tap for the spring and summer.

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