WASHINGTON -- Congress will get a fast start on tax legislation in 1995 but is not likely to turn its attention to issues involving taxexempt bonds until late in the year, if at all, according to congressional aides and lobbyists.

Lawmakers initially will be focusing on the tax component of the GOP's Contract With America, which includes tax cuts for the middle class and expanded Individual Retirement Accounts, but no proposals for easing or tightening tax law bond curbs.

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