DALLAS — Standard & Poor’s upgraded 16 Texas communities Monday, as the rating service continues to look at the underlying credit of smaller town across the Lone Star state.

Standard & Poor’s said it used to constrain the ratings on such issuers because of their location and small tax and population bases, but now the significance of those factors has “lessened in our analysis.”

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