WASHINGTON -- The amount of private-activity bonds that can be issued under the volume cap will rise slightly to $14.827 billion in 1995, a 0.7% increase from the 1994 level of $14.722 billion, Census Bureau population figures released yesterday show.

In dollar terms, the $105.2 million increase in the 1995 volume cap is less than the $122.6 million rise for the previous year. Following the pattern of the past several years, the increase was spread evenly across a wide number of states. The largest gains came in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, and Texas.

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