CHICAGO ­— Buoyed by strong revenue collections heading into a new fiscal year, Ohio will issue $303 million of general obligation bonds in a competitive sale set for next Wednesday to raise money for school projects.

The Buckeye State is enjoying an unexpected uptick in revenues and could end its fiscal year with its largest surplus in years.

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