COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Detroit’s record U.S. municipal bankruptcy shows that states need to do more to oversee localities’ finances and unfunded liabilities, Republican and Democratic governors said. States should demand that municipalities more accurately account for long-term pension and health-care obligations, said North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican who took office in January. “It’s…
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