November 2005
Bond Buyer;11/14/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32258, p38
Trade Publication
Presents updates on legislation related to bonds in the U.S. Congress. Introduction of a legislation by Senator Max Baucus that proposes the repeal of individual alternative minimum tax; Proposal of a legislation that would allow taxable tax-credit bonds to be issued to finance construction and renovations of schools; Status of the proposed legislation for the modernization of Indian schools.


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