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New York's state debt now equates to about $3,200 dollars per resident. 

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says the close of the last fiscal year found that New York is on the hook for $63.3 billion in state-funded debt. That's a record.

DiNapoli says that much of that amount was linked to borrowing for capital improvements such as roads and bridges.  DiNapoli says state spending has grown 15 percent since 2008 -- nearly double the rate of inflation.

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