Top Minnesota budget officials head to Wall Street
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Leading figures from Minnesota's state budget agency are headed to Wall Street for meetings with influential credit rating firms.
The bond house trips are typical after a new state budget is adopted and before the state gets ready to issue long-term debt to pay for construction projects.
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