Why mess with success? By all measures, G-37 works

Ferris, Craig T.
April 1999
Bond Buyer;04/26/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30627, p31
Trade Publication
Comments on the efforts to some Republican members of the United States Congress to abolish or weaken the US Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board's Rule G-37. Background on the rule's provisions; Rule's success in eliminating abuses in the municipal bond market; Republican legislators' reasons for working for the abolition or revision of the rule.


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