WASHINGTON - Bond lawyers have mixed views about new "replacement" rules that are designed to prevent states and localities from issuing tax-exempt bonds for projects that could have been paid for with other funds that are being kept free for investment.

The rules are part of the new arbitrage regulations that were published on June 14 and that generally took effect for bonds issued after June 30.

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