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Direct Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000326,588,959
2New York36000196,817,299
3Texas48000154,427,603
4Florida12000112,350,015
5Illinois1700075,120,187
6Pennsylvania4200069,625,945
7Ohio3900061,754,548
8North Carolina3700051,776,791
9Washington5300050,167,433
10Michigan2600049,964,158
11Georgia1300048,108,047
12New Jersey3400047,522,528
13Virginia5100043,799,019
14Massachusetts2500037,778,437
15Colorado0800037,041,118
16Minnesota2700036,038,867
17Maryland2400034,548,362
18Indiana1800031,236,075
19Wisconsin5500030,526,178
20Tennessee4700028,294,636
21Missouri2900028,111,475
22Arizona0400027,765,188
23Oregon4100025,057,498
24South Carolina4500024,015,388
25Alabama0100023,157,868
26Louisiana2200020,243,288
27Connecticut0900019,197,574
28Iowa1900018,861,063
29District of Columbia1100016,760,701
30Kansas2000016,015,454
31Nevada3200015,756,902
32Kentucky2100015,651,433
33Utah4900015,318,907
34Oklahoma4000014,973,958
35Mississippi2800013,512,586
36Nebraska3100011,566,636
37Arkansas0500010,369,809
38New Mexico350009,067,064
39Idaho160007,191,871
40New Hampshire330006,125,898
41West Virginia540006,011,050
42Maine230005,865,341
43Alaska020005,262,750
44Wyoming560005,146,666
45North Dakota380004,819,489
46Rhode Island440004,790,919
47Montana300004,598,773
48Hawaii150004,138,399
49South Dakota460003,818,875
50Delaware100003,501,818
51Vermont500003,070,633

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

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