Pennsylvania Gov. Edward G. Rendell warned yesterday that the national infrastructure reinvestment bank is in danger of being tabled as an option for states and localities to finance projects.

Meanwhile, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association sent letters urging congressional leaders to consider including in economic stimulus legislation a repeal of the alternative minimum tax for private-activity bonds. The group said the AMT is costly to issuers.

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