Advocates Call for Private Tax-Exempts Provision in TEA-21

Sanchez, Humberto
October 2002
Bond Buyer;10/30/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31502, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on the advocation of transportation finance to use tax-exempt bonds to finance the construction of highways and transit projects in the U.S. Reauthorization of the Transportation Equity Act; Benefits of encouraging public-private partnerships; Inclusion of private-activity bond.


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