Arizona Treasurer Dean Martin borrowed $339.3 million from an investment pool of hundreds of state government accounts to pay for operations until sales tax collections flow into the general fund at the end of April.

The government issued state Treasury warranty notes last week to borrow the money at an interest rate of 0.51%. Martin had suggested a commercial paper program, but determined it would be cheaper for the state to borrow the money from itself.

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