CHICAGO -- Gov. George Voinovich of Ohio signed a bill last week that expands the ability of state and local governments to issue tax-exempt bonds for housing purposes.

The legislation, which went into effect immediately after it was signed last Thursday, extends the use of general obligation, mortgage revenue, and industrial development bonds to Ohio cities and counties. It also expands the use of tax-exempt bonds on the part of the state.

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