Standard & Poor’s on Friday lowered its long-term rating on Lebanon County, Pa.’s Series 2004 and 2002 revenue bonds, issued for Good Samaritan Hospital of Lebanon, three notches to B-plus from BB-plus.

The move within junk range affects $64.5 million in rated debt. The outlook is stable.

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