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Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-10-35

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The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, imposes a “state ceiling” upon the aggregate principal amount of “private activity bonds” which may be issued in any calendar year by or on behalf of a state and its political subdivisions and instrumentalities, and establishes a method of allocating the available state ceiling within each state. Authority is granted by the Internal Revenue Code, however, to the states to provide for a different formula for allocation of the state ceiling. The Legislature has found and determined that the allocation method contained in the Internal Revenue Code is ill-suited for the needs of the State of Alabama and that the provisions of this division will result in a more equitable and efficient distribution of the state ceiling available to the state and will therefore promote the economic and industrial development of the state. It is the intent of the Legislature by the passage of this division to establish a method of allocation of the available state ceiling in the state and to delegate to the State Industrial Development Authority substantial responsibility for the administration of the bond allocation plan established by this division.

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