Connecticut's treasurer has decided to sell a mixture of fixed- and variable-rate bonds to finance the state's accumulation deficit of nearly $1 billion because of uncertainties over just how much money the state's new income tax will yield.

Sources in the government say the blend will allow Connecticut to hedge against the possibility that its recently enacted 4.5% tax on wages will not generate as much revenue as expected.

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