Illinois Ranked Last For State Finances

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Illinois is at the bottom of another list when it comes to state finances. The Mercatus Center at George Mason University released its new state financial rankings yesterday and Illinois is 50th. Researchers judged the states on cash solvency, long-run solvency, budget solvency, service-level solvency and trust fund solvency. Mercatus ranked Nebraska as the best state in the nation.

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