WASHINGTON -- A group of House tax writers who met earlier this week said they were willing to allow expiring tax provisions to terminate on schedule at the end of the year and renew them in 1992, when Congress is expected to draft a major tax bill, Rep. Brian J. Donnelly said yesterday.

But Mr. Donnelly, a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and a key supporter of tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds, said he expects Ways and Means Democrats to meet again next week to discuss further what to do about the group of expiring provisions, which includes mortgage bonds, small-issue industrial development bonds, and the low-income housing tax credit.

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