Taking fiscal temperature of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware

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From left: Delaware Capitol in Dover (Shana O'Malley/WHYY); Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg (Kevin McCorry/WHYY); New Jersey Capitol in Trenton (NewsWorks file photo)

From left: Delaware Capitol in Dover (Shana O'Malley/WHYY); Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg (Kevin McCorry/WHYY); New Jersey Capitol in Trenton (NewsWorks file photo)

An annual fiscal health outlook by state ranks Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware solidly in the second tier.

Study author Eileen Norcross, senior research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and director of its State and Local Policy Project, joined NewsWorks Tonight’s Dave Heller to make sense of the numbers.

 

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