The municipal securities market is a national asset that has served investors and issuers well for many years, and it should continue to do so in the future.

However, given the infrastructure problems faced by state and local governments in the 1990s, it better work well. Any reasonable mechanism that could provide more capital and increased liquidity to the municipal securities market, and thus result in lower borrowing costs for issuers, should be considered.

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