WASHINGTON - President-elect Bill Clinton and Congress should enact legislation to allow fast-growing states that have used up their private-activity bond volume cap authority to borrow unused allocations from other states to finance infrastructure projects, Rep. Beryl Anthony said yesterday.

"We could have made that change earlier this year" in deliberations this year's tax stimulus package, "and if we had, we would have had $19 billion worth of new infrastructure projects going by now," the Arkansas Democrat and chairman of the Anthony Commission said at a meeting of the Infrastructure Investment Commission.

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