Last year’s sunset of the law that allowed New York’s industrial development agencies to sell bonds on behalf of nonprofits for civic facilities has stalled 95 projects valued at more than $2.14 billion, according to a list released last week by an organization advocating for the law to be renewed.

The list identifies projects all over the state that range from less than $1 million to $400 million that would use IDA bonds as part of their financing. The projects include nursing homes, senior housing, medical centers, charter schools, and higher education.

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