Seven New York counties are issuing another $292 million of bond backed by tobacco settlement payments.

Proceeds will be used, in part, to retire outstanding tobacco bonds paying higher interest rates, allowing the issuers to lower their debt servicing costs. Some of the bonds will be repaid and others will be retired through an exchange of old debt for new debt.

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