The Connecticut Bond Commission last week approved two major financings that, because of the state's inability to pass a budget, probably will come to market as bond anticipation notes, rather than as bonds.

"We don't want to lock in long-term fixed rates while things are in disarray," said Benson R. Cohn, the state's assistant treasurer for debt management.

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