ORLANDO -- Congress appears unlikely to retain a provision in the pending energy bill that would increase the supply of bank-qualified bonds, according to the chief lobbyist of the Government Finance Officers Association.

"I'm not convinced we have a real good opportunity to get it," Catherine L. Spain, director of the association's federal liaison center, said Saturday during the group's annual conference here.

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