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Health and Hospitals Local Expenditures in 2014

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600028,828,600
2New York3600013,656,249
3Texas4800012,124,198
4North Carolina370009,810,714
5Florida120008,262,370
6Indiana180005,208,951
7Georgia130004,801,643
8South Carolina450004,422,028
9Michigan260004,078,160
10Ohio390003,745,510
11Washington530003,711,255
12Alabama010003,693,078
13Tennessee470003,136,946
14Pennsylvania420002,817,880
15Minnesota270002,535,633
16Illinois170002,506,566
17Mississippi280002,468,164
18Louisiana220002,445,918
19Colorado080002,214,677
20Iowa190002,019,211
21Missouri290001,841,743
22Virginia510001,545,761
23Wisconsin550001,314,193
24Oklahoma400001,251,854
25Kansas200001,125,940
26Arizona040001,042,632
27Wyoming560001,012,684
28Oregon410001,002,005
29Nevada32000910,195
30Massachusetts25000908,962
31Kentucky21000773,069
32District of Columbia11000760,367
33Nebraska31000744,380
34New Jersey34000709,348
35Idaho16000636,714
36Maryland24000521,098
37Alaska02000416,913
38West Virginia54000379,696
39New Mexico35000298,106
40Arkansas05000235,113
41Montana30000234,637
42Utah49000184,529
43Connecticut09000135,348
44Maine23000125,561
45South Dakota46000103,751
46North Dakota3800041,700
47Delaware1000037,718
48New Hampshire3300028,363
49Hawaii1500026,560
50Rhode Island4400016,587
51Vermont500009,636

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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