WASHINGTON -- The second House hearing on problems facing the municipal bond market is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 7, an aide to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's telecommunications and finance subcommittee said yesterday.

The hearing, which is expected to concentrate on secondary market disclosure on and political contributions, will feature testimony by officials of the Government Finance Officers Association, Public Securities Association, National Federation of Municipal Analysts, National Association of Bond Lawyers, Bond Investors Association, and National Association of State, Auditors, Comptrollers, and Treasurers.

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