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Health and Hospitals Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600046,404,612
2Texas4800018,445,977
3New York3600018,058,628
4North Carolina3700014,451,951
5Florida1200012,452,979
6Indiana180006,339,332
7Georgia130005,863,830
8Alabama010005,597,652
9South Carolina450005,456,108
10Washington530005,196,906
11Illinois170005,041,220
12Tennessee470004,481,682
13Ohio390004,376,006
14Pennsylvania420003,658,362
15Michigan260003,539,607
16Missouri290003,101,405
17Louisiana220002,905,447
18Mississippi280002,801,923
19Minnesota270002,732,063
20Colorado080002,686,298
21Iowa190002,598,348
22Virginia510002,000,288
23Oklahoma400001,753,894
24District of Columbia110001,638,040
25Arizona040001,544,271
26Oregon410001,436,868
27Wyoming560001,406,086
28Nevada320001,361,707
29Kansas200001,357,994
30Wisconsin550001,273,092
31Utah490001,261,200
32Massachusetts250001,179,194
33Kentucky210001,146,624
34Idaho160001,029,946
35Maryland24000965,203
36Alaska02000771,325
37Nebraska31000662,850
38New Jersey34000650,798
39West Virginia54000448,365
40New Mexico35000377,423
41Montana30000285,194
42Arkansas05000279,304
43South Dakota46000131,121
44Connecticut09000123,345
45Maine23000115,535
46North Dakota3800091,408
47Delaware1000042,464
48Hawaii1500041,669
49Rhode Island4400021,193
50New Hampshire3300016,886
51Vermont5000010,767

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

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