DALLAS - Seeing what may be a brief window of opportunity, issuers and their finance teams were scrambling yesterday to bring some long-stalled deals to the muni market this week.

With market conditions improving, Arizona's Salt River Agriculture Improvement and Power District decided to nearly double its sale to $750 million after originally planning a scaled-back offering late last year. Minnesota is bringing a delayed $340 million of general obligation bonds and Ohio is set to offer three refunding issues totaling around $140 million that it has put off for almost a year.

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