CHICAGO — Ohio’s effort to ensure local governments issue as many recovery zone bonds as possible before the end of the year has prompted Columbus to enter the market Tuesday to use a fresh allocation of just under $60 million.

The Ohio Department of Development, which administers the program, has been calling local governments and asking those who don’t think they will sell the bonds by the end of the year to give their allocation to the state.

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