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Minnesota State Bonds

The State of Minnesota sells General Obligation Tax Exempt and Taxable Bonds, and Revenue Bonds. The proceeds from the sale of General Obligation bonds are used to pay the cost of building the capital projects that are approved by the Legislature. Certain tax-exempt bonds must receive an allocation from the state prior to the issuance. This process is administered by the Treasury Division.

Current Certificates of Participation
Current General Obligation Bond Issues
Archived General Obligation Bond Issues
Current Revenue Bond Issues
Archived Revenue Bond Issues
Current State General Fund Appropriation Bonds
Archived State General Fund Appropriation Bond

 
State General Obligation/Revenue Bonds

The state sells general obligation bonds into the market place. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds are used to pay the cost of building the capital projects that are approved by the Legislature.

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Bond Proceeds Report
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Capital Investment Guidelines
November 2009 Forecast
 
Capital Grant Information

The Minnesota Legislature frequently appropriates state funding to local governments for a variety of capital projects. Funding may be approved through the state bonding bill or other state appropriation bills. Funding may take the form of bond proceeds or general fund cash.

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Tax Exempt Bond (TEB) Allocations

Federal tax law regulates the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. Certain tax-exempt bonds must receive an allocation from the state prior to the issuance of the bonds. The Treasury Division is responsible for the administration of the state's tax-exempt bonding allocation law.

Current available balances...
 
Recovery Zone Economic Development & Facility Bonding
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Qualified Energy Conservation Bond Allocation and Reallocations
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Debt Capacity Forecasts

Debt Capacity Forecasts are released in February and November of each year. The Debt Capacity Forecasts are used by the Governor and the Legislature in the capital budget process. Forecasts of the cost of debt service are also made at the same time.

Current & Archived Forecasts...
 
Tobacco Securitization Authority Bonds

Bonds are being issued by the Tobacco Securitization Authority, a body corporate and politic and a public instrumentality of, but having a legal existence independent and separate from, the State of Minnesota (the “State”), and established under Minnesota Statutes, Section 16A.98. The State will use the net sale proceeds of the Series 2011 Bonds to refund certain of the State’s General Obligation State Various Purpose Bonds and other payment obligations. This process is administered by the MMB - Treasury Division.

Current Revenue Bond Issue

 

Disclaimer

This web site contains the information prepared or compiled by Minnesota Management & Budget relating to the State of Minnesota General Obligation/Revenue Bonds (the "Bonds"). Interested parties should consider the information contained herein as being the information prepared by the State in respect of the Bonds. While other State agencies or branches or third parties may provide information that relates to the economy or financial condition of the State, such information should not be relied upon as being provided by the State as disclosure relating to the Bonds. Minnesota Management & Budget makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any information provided by such other State agencies or branches or by third parties.
 


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