LOS ANGELES - California officials, hopeful of a budget accord, are gearing up to sell an estimated $2 billion to $4 billion interim note issue as early as tomorrow, according to an assistant state treasurer.

Once a budget is passed. officials can sell the note issue, also known as a bridge loan, to tide California over until the state's estimated $5 billion revenue anticipation note sale later this fall.

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