The city council in Harrisburg is trying to file for bankruptcy in defiance of the state, which wants to install a fiscal monitor instead. I described the mess that Pennsylvania's capital city got itself into in this City Journal piece, The Man That Bankrupted Harrisburg. In a follow-up posting on PSI, I described the tug-of-war in the city council that was making it tough to find a solution to the city's fiscal problems.
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