WASHINGTON - Members of a National League of Cities-led commission are optimistic about the possibility of moving forward with the creation of a nonprofit, national mutual credit-enhancement company after meeting this week with rating analysts and the staff of the New York State insurance superintendent.

Commission members, which include representatives of the National Association of Counties, plan to develop a detailed business plan for the proposal during the coming weeks if they can get approval from the NLC and NACo boards.

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