WASHINGTON — The $3.7 trillion fiscal 2012 budget proposed by President Obama Monday would permanently reinstate an expanded Build America Bond program but at a lower 28% subsidy rate.

It also would simplify arbitrage restrictions, expand the smaller-issuer arbitrage rebate exemption, and provide $30 million over six years for a national infrastructure bank.

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