DALLAS -- Engaged in a flap with the Internal Revenue Service over arbitrage profits, the Oklahoma City school district board is delaying the sale of $90 million in general obligation bonds for capital improvements and equipment.

In a resolution earlier this week, board members agreed to postpone the bond sale, which was scheduled Nov. 16, to an unspecified date.

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