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Interest State & Local Expenditures in 2014

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600016,667,148
2New York3600012,033,963
3Texas480009,623,942
4Illinois170006,427,384
5Florida120004,881,635
6Pennsylvania420004,226,564
7New Jersey340003,371,168
8Ohio390003,301,575
9Massachusetts250003,192,490
10Michigan260003,184,725
11Washington530002,577,455
12Virginia510002,397,328
13Colorado080002,173,204
14North Carolina370002,109,994
15Maryland240002,031,671
16Indiana180001,892,005
17Connecticut090001,794,059
18Wisconsin550001,723,252
19Kentucky210001,616,818
20Minnesota270001,610,091
21Missouri290001,569,385
22Louisiana220001,529,891
23Arizona040001,528,635
24Georgia130001,422,309
25Oregon410001,180,459
26South Carolina450001,150,842
27Alabama010001,104,666
28Tennessee470001,077,523
29Kansas20000934,764
30Nevada32000879,531
31Oklahoma40000632,506
32Iowa19000621,075
33Rhode Island44000593,152
34Hawaii15000585,813
35District of Columbia11000533,313
36Utah49000519,723
37Mississippi28000514,250
38Arkansas05000487,612
39New Mexico35000480,996
40New Hampshire33000463,551
41Delaware10000427,109
42Alaska02000423,672
43Maine23000325,553
44Nebraska31000319,666
45West Virginia54000295,454
46Idaho16000240,860
47South Dakota46000186,755
48Montana30000182,310
49North Dakota38000174,766
50Vermont50000120,386
51Wyoming5600058,151

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

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