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  • Rep. Labrador doesn't want Puerto Rico to repeat mistakes of Detroit

    Rep. Raul Labrador expressed he doesn't want a bond crisis because of Puerto Rico during a House Committee on Natural Resources markup on May 25, 2016. Labrador worried that protecting pension payments over payments to bondholders — as Detroit did as part of its 2013 bankruptcy — would set a dangerous precedent for all American constituents.

Rep. Labrador doesn't want Puerto Rico to repeat mistakes of Detroit

Rep. Raul Labrador expressed he doesn't want a bond crisis because of Puerto Rico during a House Committee on Natural Resources markup on May 25, 2016. Labrador worried that protecting pension payments over payments to bondholders — as Detroit did as part of its 2013 bankruptcy — would set a dangerous precedent for all American constituents.
Courtesy of the House Committee on Natural Resources