Lawmakers on the House and Senate tax-writing committees have introduced separate but identical bills that would authorize up to $3 billion of tax-exempt qualified forest conservation bonds that could be used to finance projects to conserve forests throughout the nation.

The QFCBs would be private-activity exempt facility bonds but would not be subject to the private-activity bond volume cap, according to the text of the bills, which were introduced late last month.

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