CHICAGO — Wisconsin will take competitive bids Tuesday on $138.3 million of general obligation bonds, the first half of a new-money sale to fund capital and infrastructure projects, with the remaining $130 million piece planned for early next year.

The Wisconsin Building Commission also last month approved new-money transportation revenue borrowing that state capital finance director Frank Hoadley’s office expects to tap in a $100 million to $200 million sale, also early next year.

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