WASHINGTON -- The Anthony Public Finance Commission will meet Nov. 20 to develop proposals for bond legislation to present to President-elect Bill Clinton to help further his goal of rebuilding the nation's infrastructure, the group's staff director said yesterday.

The commission, which is chaired by Rep Beryl Anthony, D-Ark., is trying to help the President-elect "make the infrastructure program he is espousing work better and accomplish the goals he is talking about," J.W. Rayder, the group's staff director, said.

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