WASHINGTON - The government's money woes are likely to keep tax writers from including permanent extensions for two popular bond programs in the final version of President Clinton's budget and tax package, lobbyists said this week.

But Clinton's plan for expanding bond use in enterprise zones, although it is another revenue-loser, will probably survive because it would bring in crucial votes from House members who represent depressed areas, the sources said.

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