TALLAHASSEE — Balanced budgets aside, Florida’s finances aren’t on solid ground, a fiscal watchdog group says.
Not if you include $11.5 billion in missing debt.
Calling it a “sinkhole state,” the Institute for Truth in Accounting, a Chicago-based economic think tank, ranks Florida 38th-worst when it comes to each taxpayer’s share of total state debt.
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