WASHINGTON — With a nod to recent guidance from the tax-exempt community’s accounting rulemaker, a bond attorneys’ group has pulled contentious public pension-disclosure language from its most recent proposal, according to a draft of the group’s pension-disclosure guidance circulated earlier this month.

The National Association of Bond Lawyers has now stripped from its guidance floated in May statements saying governments should provide, “if available,” a 10-year table with the pension’s prospective funding status, based on actuarial projections.

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