WASHINGTON - The man who could soon become acting chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee takes a dim view of tax-exempt private-activity bonds.

That's the word from congressional aides who have worked over the years with Rep. Sam M. Gibbons, D-Fla., the second-highest ranking Democrat on the panel behind its beleaguered chairman, Dan Rostenkowski of Illinois.

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