WASHINGTON - The National Association of Independent Public Finance Advisors is expected to ask its members next week to follow the lead of 17 Wall Street firms and adopt individual bans on political contributions, the group's president said yesterday.

Robert C. Bendzinski, the association's president and president of Detroit-based Bendzinski & Co., said that the group already has adopted a recommendation that its 13 member firms not make political contributions to get or retain municipal bond business.

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