CHICAGO — Wisconsin will take competitive bids Tuesday on $212 million of new-money general obligation bonds as it tees up two revenue bond refundings to take advantage of the rise in bond prices.

The GO sale will provide funds for statewide land, water, property, highways, buildings and equipment projects with a public purpose. Foley & Lardner LLP is bond counsel. The bonds carry a final maturity in 2042.

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