CHICAGO -- South Dakota is hitting the market Thursday with $171 million of tobacco bonds that will refund the state’s original 2002 sale and restructure the debt from the original full-turbo payment structure into a fixed amortization schedule.

The state expects to save roughly $3.5 million by refunding in a lower interest-rate environment, officials said.

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