Massachusetts officials are considering a plan to refinance Hynes Convention Center bonds to take advantage of falling interest rates and the state's resurgent reputation.

The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority sold two special obligation bond deals, one in 1984 and one in 1985, of which nearly $140 million is still outstanding. The state is responsible for debt service on the bonds, which carry high coupons by today's standards -- as high as 10%.

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