SAN FRANCISCO - San Diego will be back in the municipal bond market next month for the first time in four years.

California's second-biggest city hopes a handful upgrades and four years of financial reforms will convince investors that the city has recovered from a pension scandal that pushed it out of the public municipal bond market for four years.

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