A major capital markets creditor of bankrupt San Bernardino, California, will oppose any exit plan that is more favorable to Calpers, California's public pension fund, a source familiar with the creditor's strategy said on Thursday.
Desert Hot Springs on Tuesday announced that it would run out of money in March due to higher-than-expected salary and pension costs. It said that it could join other California cities that filed for bankruptcy last year.
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