WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia’s budget vote last Wednesday jolted local municipal bond investors who could see their taxes jump on Oct. 1 as a result of a provision to tax the interest earnings from munis issued outside the district.
By Friday, some District Council members were scrambling to stop the tax from applying to outstanding munis, saying it would hurt seniors who traditionally invest in them for security and tax-free income.
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