Washington Treasurer James McIntire said the state successfully pulled off its first retail-bond negotiated offering in more than 14 years, booking orders for more than $89 million worth of the debt.

Due to the high demand, the state increased retail sales by $39 million, or 43%, for residents, the treasurer said in a statement.

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