CHICAGO -Wisconsin will enter the market as soon as today with a $185 million transportation revenue bond sale and will return later this month to issue about $300 million of general obligation bonds before the state's capital finance team shifts its focus to a long-planned tobacco bond restructuring.

The state is tentatively scheduled to price the new-money, fixed-rate transportation revenue bonds today, but may hold off until Thursday depending on possible market fluctuations as the Federal Open Market Committee meets, said capital finance director Frank Hoadley.

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