Pennsylvania is in worse financial shape than we thought

April 20, 2017

By John Baer, includes “… in a new analysis this week, Pennsylvania gets a D for fiscal management; it has a financial hole so deep that paying it off would cost each taxpayer $16,800. That’s bad. But the trend is worse. Our taxpayer burden has more than doubled since 2009, contributing to an overall low-down national ranking of 38th among states. This is from Truth in Accounting, a nonpartisan, nonprofit, Chicago-based analytics group founded in 2002 that studies every state. …”

Read the full article on: Lancaster Online (Pennsylvania)

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