DALLAS - The Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority will issue $25 million of state facilities revenue bonds for the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum sooner than originally scheduled so construction can continue at the state-owned facility in Oklahoma City.

The museum bonds are part of a $475 million state bond package approved by legislators in May. Most of the debt will be issued over the next two years, but the OCIA board voted last week to move up the American Indian Center issue and an $11 million bond issue for renovations at the Wiley Post Building in the state capitol complex that was included in an earlier authorization.

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