The Internal Revenue Service and a Little Rock issuer are fighting over whether the IRS can declare bonds taxable after previously signing a closing agreement to settle a tax dispute over them.

In a closing agreement, an issuer typically settles tax-law violations by agreeing to pay the IRS money or take remedial action, such as redeeming its bonds, in return for the agency’s permitting them to remain tax-exempt.

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