ATLANTA - The Alabama Public Health Finance Authority next year may sell its first bond issue now that state lawmakers have resolved a dispute over the hazardous waste fees that would back the deal, state health officials said Monday.

The $45 million issue has been in the works since 1990, when lawmakers set up the health authority and agreed to set aside a portion of the state waste fees to back the authority's debt obligations.

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