Connecticut yesterday offered its first certificates of participation for a capital project, some $36 million of lease-backed securities, which made an unusual market entrance under the aegis of the state's Commissioner of Public Works.

The transaction, skirting the state's normal process for bond authorizations, is as controversial as it is novel.

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