LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles County plans next week to price $1.5 billion of tax and revenue anticipation notes with a maturity structure designed to counter a potential interest rate premium on such a massive offering.

As usual, the county still plans to sell fixed-rate notes that mature at the end of the new fiscal year beginning July 1.

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