LOS ANGELES -- Clark County, Nev., plans to accept bids today on $62 million of bonds secured by a double-barreled pledge of the county's general obligation credit and a jet fuel tax that is being used to back debt for the first time.

Today's sale benefits from a new Nevada law, signed by the governor in March, that permits counties to raise local taxes for transportation projects.

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