Senate May See Proposal for $2.8B in Bonds for Schools

Ferris, Craig T.
February 2001
Bond Buyer;02/15/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31078, p44
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Reports on a legislation allowing school districts to issue up to $2.8 billion a year in tax-exempt private-activity bonds for school construction in the United States. Permanence of the tax-free status of employer educational assistance; Expansion of savings plans for education; Status of education tax proposals in the US Senate.


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