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Other State & Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California06000119,957,850
2New York3600068,963,588
3Florida1200061,998,021
4Texas4800050,517,151
5Illinois1700034,603,855
6New Jersey3400028,978,348
7Pennsylvania4200025,843,539
8Massachusetts2500024,941,091
9Ohio3900023,471,631
10Washington5300022,603,053
11Michigan2600021,758,746
12Georgia1300021,363,919
13Virginia5100019,901,013
14North Carolina3700019,203,030
15Maryland2400018,889,547
16Colorado0800018,465,816
17Oregon4100015,119,577
18Minnesota2700015,115,782
19Arizona0400013,848,510
20Indiana1800013,729,476
21Tennessee4700013,093,672
22Missouri2900012,932,553
23Wisconsin5500012,418,785
24Louisiana2200011,219,284
25Connecticut0900010,731,057
26South Carolina4500010,547,147
27Alabama010009,114,728
28Utah490008,542,808
29Kentucky210008,473,905
30Hawaii150007,225,726
31Iowa190007,138,684
32Oklahoma400007,128,718
33Nevada320006,803,456
34Kansas200005,697,853
35New Mexico350005,325,185
36Nebraska310004,947,229
37Mississippi280004,885,141
38Arkansas050004,826,391
39District of Columbia110004,652,410
40Alaska020004,458,913
41West Virginia540003,835,044
42Idaho160003,816,424
43New Hampshire330003,657,087
44Maine230003,291,734
45Rhode Island440003,283,354
46Delaware100003,099,639
47Wyoming560003,023,520
48North Dakota380002,991,022
49Montana300002,576,940
50Vermont500002,255,154
51South Dakota460002,146,515

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

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