WASHINGTON -- The private-activity bond volume cap does not seem to have curtailed environmental infrastructure investment in the United States, a new study by the General Accounting Office has concluded.

But the GAO also found that issuance decreased in a significant minority of states over the last several years, and private companies are complaining that some state allocation system hindler the use of bonds for environmental projects.

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