The Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency may soon issue $70 million in taxable bonds to finance a private prison in Plymouth County, an official at the agency said.

The deal would raise money for a private subsidiary of the finance agency to build a 1,100-inmate "pre-trial detention center" for the U.S. Marshal Service, according to Richard Skerry, general counsel for the finance agency.

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