DALLAS -- The first issue by the newly created Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs will be sold in October, but only after a cut of almost a third in the deal's size.

The department, the successor of the Texas Housing Agency, had originally proposed a new-money and refunding issue totalling $143.8 million. But last week, the Texas Bond Review Board cut the deal to $110 million.

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