Lastest blue book does not answer debt cap questions

Stanton, Michael
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/23/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30298, p4
Trade Publication
States that bond lawyers who were hoping for a clarification on the repeal of the $150 million cap on nonhospital 501(c)(3) debt were disappointed when a congressional description of the change was published but contained little guidance regarding the change. Publication of book by the staff of Congress' Joint Committe on Taxation; Contents of book; Views of bond lawyers over book.


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