SAN FRANCISCO — Washington will sell $1.5 billion of bonds starting next week as it aims to borrow new money and refund a big chunk of debt to take advantage of the lowest interest rates in decades.

The state hopes for present-value savings of more than 5% when it sells $960 million of general obligation refunding bonds on Tuesday.

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