WASHINGTON - Triple-A rated Maryland on Wednesday will bring $415 million of general obligation bonds to market, with the proceeds going primarily for school construction.

Fitch Ratings, Standard & Poor's, and Moody's Investors Service each assigned their highest ratings to the bonds, with analysts noting the state's deft budget-balancing in recent months.

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