In early 2003, litigation against the nation’s big tobacco companies and the fear that Philip Morris USA could be headed for bankruptcy put tobacco bond deals on ice for a while.

Time, it seems, has calmed some of those fears, and Virginia will sell its $1.1 billion of tobacco bonds tomorrow into a market much friendlier toward tobacco than it was when the state first tried in 2003.

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