The Securities and Exchange Commission’s settlement with Harrisburg, Pa., over charges of fraudulent financial disclosures didn’t sit well with lawyers, including a former attorney for the city council, who argued the regulator didn’t go far enough.

The SEC last week settled with Pennsylvania’s broke capital city in a deal that featured a promise by Harrisburg officials to report its finances more transparently, but no fines or prosecutions.

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