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Dangling default

24 January 2011 By James Pethokoukis

Being allowed to file in federal court would give profligate states a last resort. Practical problems would make them reluctant to pull the trigger. But they need to renegotiate unsustainable promises made to public unions. The threat of bankruptcy could help force the issue.

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