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Detroit pension debt is warning for other cities

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Driven by unsustainable retirement-benefit liabilities and mounting general-obligation debt, Detroit's $18.5 billion bankruptcy filing represents an occurrence surely to be repeated in cities throughout the U.S. In the end, it was not a question of what would happen, but rather when. Many governors are facing or will face the same set of limited options presented to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder,...

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