WASHINGTON - President Bush vetoed the urban aid tax bill yesterday, leaving the tax exemptions for mortgage revenue bonds and small-issue industrial development bonds in limbo for several more months and jettisoning a host of other provisions beneficial to the municipal market.

In the month since Congress approved the $27 billion urban aid measure, several administration officials had predicted the President would veto it and stick to his pledge to "never, ever" raise taxes again.

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