WASHINGTON -- President Clinton's plan to drastically restructure HUD could be the first step toward cuts in federal funding for housing and community development programs, and has the potential to disrupt the housing bond market, lobbyists said Friday.

Those sources also said the president's proposal to expand the use of Individual Retirement Accounts could harm demand for tax-exempt bonds, and plans to cut federal taxes could also lead to lower state and local revenues.

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