CHICAGO — Wisconsin will competitively sell $322.6 million of new-money tax-exempt general obligation bonds and taxable GO Build America Bonds tomorrow to finance traditional “bricks and mortar” projects around the state, and will return next week with a roughly $150 million negotiated GO refunding.

The deal is divided into $143.5 million of tax-exempt bonds with short- to medium-term maturities through 2019 and $179.1 million of BABs maturing from 2020 through 2030 that include a traditional 10-year municipal call feature.

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