New York City is joining the parade of municipalities looking to refinance their tobacco bonds.

TSASC, a local development corporation, is preparing to issue $1.024 billion of debt secured by tobacco settlement revenues, which cigarette companies pay as part of their 1998 settlement with 46 states, including New York.

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