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Arguments end in Bridgeport bankruptcy case; state says city doesn't need Chapter 9 filing.

JUL 24, 1991 1:00am ET

Oral arguments in the largest Chapter 9 case in history drew to a close yesterday, with Connecticut's attorney general saying that Bridgeport's fiscal problems do not justify a bankruptcy filing.

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