WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia tomorrow  expects to issue $32.9 million of qualified school construction bonds, now that a new law allows states and localities to issue certain tax-credit bonds as taxable, direct-pay subsidy bonds.

The QSCBs will be the first such bonds to be publicly offered by the district. The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, which is responsible for the city’s revenue bonds, last week completed a private placement of QSCB tax-credit bonds.

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