LOS ANGELES -- California tentatively plans to sell up to $500 million of general obligation bonds on Oct. 30, amid renewed concern that budget problems could eventually harm the state's triple-A credit standing.

A spokeswoman for the state treasurer confirmed yesterday that California is considering a GO sale ranging from $400 million to $500 million, but she stressed that no formal announcement has been made and plans remain subject to change.

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