LOS ANGELES - Market analysts said yesterday that they will scrutinize local government credits in California, particularly counties, in the aftermath of this week's state budget agreement.

"I'm real concerned about the weaker counties," said Thomas Orphanos, a vice president of municipal research at Kemper Securities Inc.

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