ATLANTA -- North Carolina's legislature will soon consider approving a package of general obligation bonds that could total as much as $800 million, state officials said yesterday.

Heading the list of proposed new-money debt is a record request from the University of North Carolina system for $300 million of state general obligation bonds, said Dave Crotts, senior analyst and economist for the Legislative Fiscal Office.

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