Pennsylvania is distributing $8.6 million in restitution from JPMorgan Chase & Co., to municipalities and nonprofit organizations who were victims of a scheme to rig bids of municipal bond reinvestment contracts, the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced this week.

The latest disbursement is in addition to $3 million in restitution the state has already collected from financial firms and $8 million Pennsylvania still expects to collect, said James Donahue, the state's acting deputy attorney general for public protection.

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