Estate-Tax Dispute Jeopardizes Bond Amendments

Ferris, Craig T.
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/20/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31475, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the amendments on tax-exempt bonds of the Senate Finance Committee in the U.S. Implication on the postponement of the Senate committee on the small-business tax-cut bill; Filing of Senator Orrin Hatch on a repeal amendment on mortgage prepayments; Amendment of Senator Craig Thomas on industrial development bonds.


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