WASHINGTON - State bond banks and bond pools could be crippled by the Securities and Exchange Commission's proposed secondary market disclosure standards, the Council of Infrastructure Financing Authorities said Friday.

The council, which represents state and local agencies that issue bonds to finance public environmental projects, urged groups representing major municipal market participants to press the SEC to revise its disclosure proposals.

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