Prince George’s County has maintained its AAA rating from Standard & Poor’s as it faces a lawsuit from union workers who have challenged mandatory furloughs imposed to cut costs.

The rating was assigned to $74 million of general obligation bonds the county issued Tuesday. The deal included $36.9 million of tax-exempt GOs bought by Lebenthal & Co. at a true interest cost of 2.22% and $36.9 million of taxable GOs bought by Stone & Youngberg LLC at a TIC of 4.73%.

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