Florida lawmakers could soon approve legislation designed to lower borrowing costs by authorizing certain municipal water and sewer providers to issue bonds backed by special customer charges.

The Utility Cost Containment Bond program was considered in 2014 and 2015, although legislators' concern over the potential for dramatically increasing municipal debt helped to derail those measures.

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