WASHINGTON — House panel members on Wednesday opposed federal bailouts for municipal governments and were reluctant to provide states with bankruptcy protection, but they seemed to support requiring improved public pension fund disclosure.
Members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s panel on TARP and Financial Services discussed these issues at a hearing called, “State and Municipal Debt: The Coming Crisis?,” against a backdrop of growing concern about the severe economic straits facing some governments.
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