Illinois cities with home rule powers and wealthier residents are doing better on funding pensions than their smaller, less rich neighbors, according to a new report out Friday from credit rating agency Moody’s Investors Service, but Moody’s warned that few of Illinois’ municipal pension funds are ready to withstand another recession.

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