WASHINGTON -- Standard & Poor's Corp. does not expect to change any ratings on solid waste projects financed with bonds following the demise of flow control legislation in Congress over the weekend.

The rating agency reviewed about 65 unenhanced projects, which affect about $4.5 billion of municipal bonds, since last spring on the assumption "that nothing would happen in terms of legislative changes," said Standard & Poor's analyst Malachy Fallon.

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