CHICAGO — A handful of Midwestern state housing authorities, most of them shut out of the credit market this year, are acting to take advantage of the U.S. government's temporary new-issue bond program to jump-start their ability to provide new mortgages.

Midwestern housing agencies have more than $1.5 billion of issuance planned under new trust indentures established to participate in the government's program.

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