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Intergovernment State Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000123,802,864
2New York3600061,955,473
3Texas4800037,203,862
4Illinois1700027,561,368
5Michigan2600026,335,948
6Pennsylvania4200025,630,793
7Ohio3900022,420,190
8Florida1200021,386,066
9Washington5300020,779,268
10North Carolina3700019,029,254
11Georgia1300018,559,916
12New Jersey3400017,537,910
13Minnesota2700017,289,345
14Virginia5100014,452,229
15Wisconsin5500012,535,007
16Massachusetts2500011,540,754
17Maryland2400011,211,892
18Indiana1800011,196,125
19Arizona0400010,708,976
20Alabama0100010,181,590
21Tennessee4700010,168,849
22Colorado080009,067,544
23Louisiana220008,159,903
24Oregon410008,034,708
25Connecticut090007,389,642
26South Carolina450007,269,642
27Arkansas050007,143,191
28Missouri290006,940,011
29Iowa190006,388,257
30Mississippi280006,305,224
31New Mexico350006,233,442
32Kansas200006,104,958
33Oklahoma400005,675,522
34Kentucky210005,660,799
35Nevada320005,478,715
36Utah490005,145,142
37West Virginia540003,484,457
38Idaho160003,377,467
39Nebraska310003,217,037
40Alaska020002,557,825
41North Dakota380002,381,658
42Delaware100002,274,071
43New Hampshire330002,104,618
44Vermont500002,101,675
45Maine230001,947,903
46Rhode Island440001,613,564
47Wyoming560001,504,826
48South Dakota460001,336,964
49Montana300001,261,901
50Hawaii15000207,067

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

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