HARRISBURG, Pa. — The City Council’s latest rejection of a state-sanctioned financial workout has left Harrisburg scrambling to meet $3.3 million in general obligation bond payments due in two weeks and two more payrolls this month.

And while the plan devised for Pennsylvania’s capital city under the state’s Act 47 program was defeated, major components could resurface in some form of expected state takeover.

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