Municipal enterprise projects that are struggling to meet operating and debt-service costs could be a default risk as cash-strapped states and cities become less likely to offer such entities direct aid, according to Moody's Investors Service.

In a sector comment released Monday, Moody's noted two problematic solid-waste facility authorities: the Camden County Pollution Control Financing Authority in southwestern New Jersey and the Harrisburg Authority in Pennsylvania's capital city.

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