Standard & Poor’s lifted the ratings of 14 school districts and municipalities in Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, and Ohio last week as part of the agency’s regular surveillance.

The action reflects rating criteria set in 2008 on the role of size, location, and quantitative factors on general obligation and appropriation debt.

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