A Massachusetts Democrat has introduced a bill that would permanently extend Build America Bonds with a subsidy rate that drops on a phased-in basis and a provision that ensures sequestration would not result in reduced Treasury subsidy payments to issuers.
Rep. Richard Neal, a member on the House Ways and Means Committee, formally introduced The Build America Bonds Act of 2013 (HR 789) in the middle of February.
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