Clinton administration relaunches deregulation bill friendly to Munis

Kinnander, Ola
April 1999
Bond Buyer;04/16/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30621, p6
Trade Publication
Features a United States bill that would allow municipal utilities to continue to issue tax-exempt bonds for transmission facilities but prevent them from selling tax-exempt debt for new generation plants. Legislative plan of President Bill Clinton's administration to restructure the electricity industry; Attempt to revive Congress' interest in electricity deregulation.


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