SAN FRANCISCO — Oregon will march to market next week with its largest sale so far this year, a deal that is part of a broader buttoned-downed strategy.

The sale of $183 million of lottery revenue bonds — $131 million of tax-exempt paper, $27 million of refunding debt, and $25 million of taxable bonds — is part of a larger plan to level out debt-service payments and to clear the way for near-term bonding capacity, despite the weak market.

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