WASHINGTON President Clinton's infrastructure bond proposals, due to be sent to Congress early next year, will be dead on arrival unless lawmakers change the way they calculate revenue losses to the federal government from the proposals, former Rep. Beryl Anthony said yesterday.

Anthony said in an interview that he was alarmed by the discovery earlier this year that Senate budget rules now require congressional budget estimators to determine the revenue effects of infrastructure and other tax proposals over a 10-year period, up from the previous five years.

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