CHICAGO — Ohio plans to begin taking retail orders Tuesday on $230 million of double-A rated Garvee bonds and opening the sale to institutional buyers Wednesday.

The issuance represents the second time this year the state has sold Garvees, or grant anticipation revenue vehicle bonds. The last deal, which priced May 25, saw a true interest cost of 2.55% to the state.

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