WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service ruled recently that an Ohio authority could not issue tax-exempt bonds under a program designed to help underground oil storage tank owners finance the cleanup of leaks and spills.

The bonds were to be special obligations of the state's Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Release Compensation Board and were to be paid from fees collected mostly from private tank owners and operators.

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