WASHINGTON -- The Senate is scheduled to vote today on urban aid legislation that picked up a number of bond amendments over the weekend, including one to ease curbs on small-issue industrial development bonds and another to expand slightly the use of mortgage bonds in disaster areas.

But the Senate failed to consider proposals that would have substantially increased bond authority under the private-activity volume cap for Florida, Louisiana, and Hawaii, three states recently hit by hurricanes.

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