West Virginia’s economy remains healthy despite the downturn in the national economy, but the state’s long-term liabilities remain significant, Standard & Poor’s said Tuesday in a review of the state’s credit rating.

Factors supporting the state’s AA-minus general obligation rating and stable outlook include solid financial management, demonstrated willingness and ability to tackle large-scale financial challenges, and moderate debt burden.

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