It's unlikely that the city put up any particular objection to what was going on during the easy-money days, but now hindsight has revealed that some lending practices were excessively risky. "Other major cities suing lenders include Baltimore; Buffalo, N.Y.; Cincinnati; Cleveland, and Memphis."
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