The Nebraska Investment Finance Authority is encouraging more issuance of private-activity revenue bonds for economic development purposes, according to Timothy R. Kenny, the authority's executive director.

Kenny said he believes the state should be "more aggressive in attracting business" by tapping into some of its $197 million of private-activity bonding authority.

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