DALLAS — As its Legislature prepares to close the state’s biggest budget gap in decades, Texas will test the market’s appetite for $133.5 million of general obligation bonds that carry top marks from two of the three rating agencies.

The deal, expected to price next Tuesday, comes from the Texas Water Development Board, a bond bank for water utilities throughout the state.

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