CHICAGO -- The Flint Hospital Authority, Mich., is expected to come to market Tuesday with $59 million of junk-rated revenue bonds on behalf of Hurley Medical Center, a city-owned facility that serves as the local safety-net provider.

The long-struggling city of Flint has been under state control for 15 months. An emergency financial manager also controlled the city from 2002 to 2006.

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