CHICAGO -- Rating agencies on Friday affirmed Illinois' general obligation rating ahead of a $300 million bond sale the state plans for tomorrow.

Standard & Poor's affirmed an AA-minus rating with a stable outlook for the state, while Moody's Investors Service confirmed an Aa rating with a warning that the state must make more progress in addressing financial problems in order to maintain the rating.

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