The tax-free money market fund industry continues to shrink rapidly, squeezing what had been a major source of short-term credit for municipalities and arguably leading to higher borrowing costs for state and local governments.

Tax-free money fund assets rose by $16.7 million to $326.9 billion during the week ended Dec. 20, according to ­iMoneyNet.

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