DALLAS - Standard & Poor's raised its unenhanced ratings on Oklahoma's general obligation bonds to AA-plus from AA on Friday in recognition of the state's strong financial policies and its efforts to deal with unfunded liabilities in the state teacher retirement system.

Standard & Poor's also raised its rating on bonds issued by the Oklahoma Development Finance Authority and the Oklahoma Capital Improvement Authority supported by legislative appropriations, to AA from AA-minus.

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