WASHINGTON - This isn't the first time the Securities and Exchange Commission's has had conduit bonds in their cross hairs.

For roughly 40 years, the commission has clashed in a "regulatory tug-of-war" with Congress over regulation of borrowers of conduit bonds, which historically have higher default rates than traditional munis, said Paul Maco, a lawyer at Bracewell & Giuliani LLP.

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