Senate Democrats

Estimated Benefits in the States and Indian Country American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

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RECIPIENT

TOTAL*

Alabama

$2.9 billion

Alaska

$629.5 million

Arizona

$3.4 billion

Arkansas

$1.8 billion

California

$20.3 billion

Colorado

$2.5 billion

Connecticut

$1.9 billion

Delaware

$631.9 million

District of Columbia

$701 million

Florida

$9.3 billion

Georgia

$5.6 billion

Hawaii

$808.3 million

Idaho

$871.8 million

Illinois

$7.9 billion

Indiana

$3.7 billion

Iowa

$1.7 billion

Kansas

$1.7 billion

Kentucky

$2.6 billion

Louisiana

$3.1 billion

Maine

$828.8 million

Maryland

$3.1 billion

Massachusetts

$3.9 billion

Michigan

$6.4 billion

Minnesota

$2.8 billion

Mississippi

$2.1 billion

Missouri

$3.6 billion

Montana

$698.3 million

Nebraska

$1.1 billion

Nevada

$1.3 billion

New Hampshire

$759 million

New Jersey

$4.9 billion

New Mexico

$1.3 billion

New York

$12.9 billion

North Carolina

$5 billion

North Dakota

$584.4 million

Ohio

$6.8 billion

Oklahoma

$2.3 billion

Oregon

$2.1 billion

Pennsylvania

$7.1 billion

Rhode Island

$775.3 million

South Carolina

$2.7 billion

South Dakota

$661.5 million

Tennessee

$3.6 billion

Texas

$14.6 billion

Utah

$1.4 billion

Vermont

$528.3 million

Virginia

$4 billion

Washington

$3.4 billion

West Virginia

$1.2 billion

Wisconsin

$3.1 billion

Wyoming

$487.7 million

Indian Country**

$2.9 billion

*State totals based on benefits calculated by the Senate Committee on Appropriations of selected provisions in Division A (Appropriations) of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (H.R.1, as proposed to be amended by S.Amdt.98)

** Indian Country totals based on Senate Appropriations estimate of funding in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (H.R.1, as proposed to be amended by S.Amdt.98) to create jobs, improve infrastructure, and generally improve the quality of life of Native Americans