LOS ANGELES -- Nevada's conservative budgeting practices and willingness to adjust to a softer economy help to buttress the state's credit rating as it prepares today to sell its largest general obligation bond sale ever, rating agency officials said.

Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poor's Corp. have affirmed their double-A assessments on Nevada's general obligation bonds, citing the state's moderate debt burden and favorable financial performance.

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