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Health and Hospitals Local Expenditures in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600045,516,476
2Texas4800016,622,063
3New York3600015,907,274
4North Carolina3700013,813,858
5Florida1200011,554,699
6Indiana180005,901,021
7South Carolina450005,557,763
8Georgia130005,548,558
9Washington530005,243,767
10Alabama010005,126,393
11Illinois170004,529,750
12Ohio390004,428,040
13Tennessee470004,364,968
14Michigan260003,457,366
15Pennsylvania420003,270,825
16Louisiana220002,829,413
17Mississippi280002,710,324
18Minnesota270002,654,423
19Missouri290002,556,128
20Colorado080002,363,243
21Iowa190002,360,503
22Virginia510001,881,345
23Oklahoma400001,506,659
24Oregon410001,464,077
25Arizona040001,412,048
26Wyoming560001,309,417
27Kansas200001,182,112
28Wisconsin550001,136,838
29Massachusetts250001,070,476
30Nevada320001,055,050
31Kentucky210001,021,349
32Utah49000997,577
33District of Columbia11000947,236
34Idaho16000919,390
35Maryland24000748,839
36Nebraska31000665,938
37New Jersey34000604,327
38Alaska02000479,589
39West Virginia54000427,412
40New Mexico35000355,033
41Arkansas05000268,682
42Montana30000264,775
43South Dakota46000131,040
44Maine23000123,316
45North Dakota3800089,780
46Connecticut0900089,330
47Hawaii1500040,718
48Delaware1000038,270
49Rhode Island4400020,059
50New Hampshire3300016,087
51Vermont500009,473

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

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