DALLAS - To help combat drought and despite the sagging economy, Texas will keep funds flowing for water infrastructure with $153 million of general obligation bonds scheduled to price next week.

An attractive credit from a state doing considerably better than most others is expected to meet solid demand, as risk-averse investors continue their flight to quality. The bonds carry ratings of AA from Standard & Poor's, Aa1 from Moody's Investors Service, and AA-plus from Fitch Ratings.

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