WASHINGTON - Buried in the 19 hours of discussion during last week's economic conference in Little Rock is a brief statement by President-elect Bill Clinton that indicates he would favor easing the private-activity bond volume cap.

Clinton said he agreed with the concerns over the private-activity volume cap expressed by Ann Kaplan, a general partner with Goldman, Sachs & Co., on the second day of the summit.

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