WASHINGTON - Rep. Fortney Stark has reintroduced legislation that would prevent the use of tax-exempt financing for projects built in the United States using Japanese services.

Under the California Democrat's bill, the use of tax-exempt bonds would not be permitted if more than 1% of the cost of a project goes to pay Japanese architects, engineers, or others who provide services in developing the structure.

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