The National Association of Bond Lawyers is urging the Treasury Department to clarify that muni issuers can issue a substantially lower amount of private-activity bonds than they originally proposed without having to re-obtain approval from the public.

The group made the request in a eight-page letter sent to the Treasury last week in response to changes that Treasury proposed to its rules requiring public approval for projects financed by private-activity bond.

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