WASHINGTON - While President-elect Bill Clinton's economic program may spark a surge in tax-exempt bonds, it may also trigger extra market scrutiny by regulators, Securities and Exchange Commissioner Richard Roberts said Thursday.

A heightened interest by the incoming administration and investors could have "securities ramifications," Roberts said in a telephone interview two days after the Arkansas governor's election victory

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