WASHINGTON -- House tax conferees are proposing to extend an education tax credit through June 30, 1995, a move that may portend similar treatment for the tax exemptions for mortgage revenue bonds and industrial development bonds, some congressional aides and lobbyists said yesterday.

But other aides and lobbyists said the fact that the House conferees did not make a similar proposal to their Senate counterparts on the mortgage bond and IDB exemptions indicates they intend to continue insisting that the two be made permanent. Both exemptions expired June 30, 1992.

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