U.S. governors have few answers as cities face bankruptcy risk

WASHINGTON - U.S. governors of states where municipalities filed for bankruptcy say there was little they could have done, even as cities such as Stockton, Calif., crack under continuing fiscal pressures. Stockton, a Central Valley agricultural center with a population of 292,000, this week may take the first steps toward becoming the most populous U.S.…

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