WASHINGTON — State and local governments will be able to issue a total of $32.821 billion of private-activity bonds under a national volume cap next year — 1.2% or $379.96 million more than in 2011.

The increase is based on the latest population figures released Wednesday by the Census Bureau and a new PAB cap formula published by the Internal Revenue Service.

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