LOS ANGELES -- California this week plans to sell $4.1 billion of revenue anticipation notes that include some innovations for the state, such as March maturities and $1 billion of variable-rate securities.

The sale, California's largest note deal ever, is slightly smaller than the municipal market's biggest note issues, which were seized at $4.3 billion and sold by New York in 1984 and 1985.

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