WASHINGTON — The South Texas Higher Education Authority, Inc. is the latest student loan bond issuer to enter into a voluntary closing agreement program with the Internal Revenue Service.

The authority disclosed in an event notice filed on the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board’s EMMA system that it will make a payment to settle a tax dispute over $255.8 million of student loan revenue bonds it issued in 2007.

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