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Stockton is Bankrupt: Now What?

Perspectives Content Submission

Thu, 11 Apr 2013

Although we have no exposure to Stockton, California debt, we thought it would be useful to comment on the city’s financial plight in the wake of the recent bankruptcy court ruling allowing the city to file a “plan of adjustment” or the equivalent of Chapter 11 reorganization. We, and other municip

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