WASHINGTON — President Obama’s fiscal 2013 budget will propose a 28% cap on the value of tax preferences, including tax-exempt interest for municipal bonds, according to knowledgeable sources.

The White House is expected to continue to push the 28% cap even though state and local issuers insist the administration’s senior economic advisors told them late last year that the proposal had been dropped.

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