WASHINGTON — Despite recent headlines warning that deteriorating state and local finances will lead to bond defaults, a Treasury Department advisory committee has determined the municipal market “appears to be in reasonably good condition.”

The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee, which was charged with conducting an examination of the muni market, disclosed its finding in an Aug. 3 report to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.

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