WASHINGTON — New York Liberty Bond issuers — including the Liberty Development Corp., which planned to sell $2.59 billion of the bonds this month to beat the current deadline — would have another year to put together deals under legislation introduced yesterday by the top tax writer in the House.

The legislation, if passed, also would mean the New York City Industrial ­Development Agency would not have to forgo issuance of $700 million of Liberty Bonds that had been allocated to the Port ­Authority of New York and New Jersey for development of the Freedom Tower.

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