LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles County's $1.8 billion of tax and revenue anticipation notes, scheduled for pricing today, have earned the highest credit ratings possible, despite continuing budget pressures.

Moody's Investors Service late Friday assigned a MIG-1 rating to the issue, while Standard & Poor's Corp. rated the notes SP-1-plus, and Fitch Investors Service Inc. rated them F-1-plus.

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