WASHINGTON — A report released by the chair of the Senate Budget Committee argues that tax reform should raise revenue by cutting tax expenditures that mostly benefit the wealthy.

This take on tax reform by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., could be a bad sign for the municipal bond market, since the exclusion on muni interest is an expenditure that is often viewed as disproportionately benefiting the richest Americans.

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