WASHINGTON - The municipal bond community is divided over whether a trio of bond proposals should be added to the health care reform bill that will be drafted by the House Ways and Means Committee over the next few weeks.

A group of 501(c)(3) bond issuers and the Public Securities Association have been urging Congress to approve provisions to ease limits on health care advance refundings, bank deductibility, and the amount of bonds that individual health care institutions may have outstanding.

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