Court: State's refinance of bonds constitutional
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota's budget commissioner says a state Supreme Court ruling on refinancing bonds will save taxpayers "tens of millions of dollars."
The court ruled Wednesday the state has the constitutional authority to borrow money to refinance the bonds it sold last year using future revenue from the its 1998 settlement with tobacco companies.
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