Is Pennsylvania drowning in debt? The picture is not pretty. Forbes.com gives the state a two-star debt rating, with one star being the lowest and four the highest.
With $950 in debt per capita and more than $9,800 in unfunded pension liabilities per capita, Pennsylvania is similar to West Virginia, Portland, and Maine, among others. But New Jersey, New York, Ohio, California, Connecticut and Massachusetts, with a one-star rating, are much worse. Check out the above link for stats on all the states.
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