CHICAGO — After downgrading Chicago and its school system over mounting pension woes, Moody's Investors Service took aim at the Chicago Park District, which shares the same tax base.

The rating agency lowered the district's rating two levels to A1 from Aa2 and assigned a negative outlook. Wednesday's action impacts $428 million of general obligation limited tax debt and $448 million of GO unlimited tax debt.

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