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Direct State & Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000574,810,228
2New York36000315,709,828
3Texas48000283,157,076
4Florida12000192,442,762
5Pennsylvania42000147,520,350
6Illinois17000139,418,409
7Ohio39000120,865,907
8New Jersey34000104,403,818
9North Carolina3700098,198,822
10Michigan2600097,863,802
11Washington5300092,608,283
12Massachusetts2500091,288,097
13Virginia5100090,909,987
14Georgia1300085,991,351
15Maryland2400072,330,068
16Minnesota2700068,592,078
17Indiana1800066,833,261
18Colorado0800064,478,801
19Arizona0400063,319,495
20Wisconsin5500060,803,063
21Oregon4100057,447,412
22Tennessee4700056,179,394
23Missouri2900055,322,836
24South Carolina4500049,786,740
25Louisiana2200048,767,632
26Alabama0100047,297,917
27Kentucky2100045,982,765
28Connecticut0900037,886,754
29Iowa1900036,698,496
30Utah4900035,191,274
31Oklahoma4000034,160,625
32Kansas2000031,416,795
33Mississippi2800028,231,798
34Arkansas0500027,401,190
35New Mexico3500026,469,533
36Nevada3200026,047,659
37Nebraska3100021,174,873
38West Virginia5400018,414,489
39Hawaii1500017,809,195
40District of Columbia1100016,760,701
41Idaho1600015,361,725
42Maine2300014,035,263
43Alaska0200013,743,482
44New Hampshire3300013,149,615
45Rhode Island4400013,106,102
46Delaware1000012,698,141
47Montana3000011,040,829
48North Dakota3800010,649,123
49Wyoming560009,952,520
50Vermont500008,849,560
51South Dakota460008,653,632

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

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