Adam Ulbricht of Radio America looks at the increasing number of U.S. cities that are filing for bankruptcy protection. Increasing debt and unfunded pension plans are leaving city administrators with few options. Critics of the current public pension system are calling for reform. This trend may continue if the economy doesn’t improve. Mark Calabria of the Cato Institute, Ivan Osorio of the Competitive Enterprise Institute and Andrew Roth of the Club for Growth provide context to the issue.