Report: Pennsylvania’s debt much higher than reported, up to $82 billion

Dave Lemery  |  October 9, 2018

“According to good government group Truth in Accounting, Wagner may be more right than he knows, and in fact the size of the state’s public pension and retiree health care debt may be larger than the state itself has acknowledged. That’s according to a recent report, 'The Financial State of the States,' which assigns Pennsylvania a 'D' grade and identifies $82.1 billion in unfunded debts.”

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