WASHINGTON — New York City Comptroller John Liu is calling on the state’s congressional delegation to press the Internal Revenue Service to provide consistent and specific guidance on controversial issues surrounding the Build America Bond program.

In a one-page letter sent Wednesday to New York congressmen and senators, Liu complained the IRS has “communicated inconsistently and conveyed new and problematic interpretations of law” when it comes to regulating BABs, specifically when it comes to how issue price should be determined for the bonds.

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