WASHINGTON — Bond attorneys are studying a recent Internal Revenue Service ruling that allowed Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to issue $1 million of bonds that were not subject to the alternative minimum tax.

The ruling focused on whether an airport train and bus system benefited private enterprises or the public, a factor that determines whether the bonds are private-activity bonds and subject to the AMT.

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