WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Treasury unveiled a plan yesterday to make it easier for state and local governments to buy and pay for state and local government series securities, known as SLUGs.

Under the plan, state and local officials could fax their SLUGs orders to one federal office, rather than mailing them to the Federal Reserve office in their district, according to the bureau of the public debt.

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