Hey, Illinois is worse!
(might need to click through the 'welcome' to get to the article). Here's the raw link, if it helps:
According to the study, all of the bottom five states – Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Illinois, and Kentucky – are below average in trust fund solvency, which measures a state’s risk-adjusted pension obligations. Kentucky and Illinois rank especially poorly at 45th and 46th respectively.
This might help with being more prudent with future investments, but suing the states that have high debt sounds like it could make the problem worse?