LOS ANGELES — Washington will bring its second ever Garvee bond deal to market next week to finance the replacement of a floating highway bridge to help ease traffic in the Seattle region.

The state is expected to sell $295 million of federal highway grant anticipation revenue bonds on Wednesday. A retail order period is not currently planned, but it will depend in market conditions, according to Ellen Evans, the state's deputy treasurer.

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