CHICAGO -- Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar's announcement last week that the state will issue $185 million of general obligation certificates will trigger a review of the state's Aaa GO rating by Moody's Investors Service, state and rating agency officials said yesterday.

George Leung, a vice president and managing director of state ratings at Moody's, said a meeting with state officials is scheduled for Wednesday.

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