Critical Aid for State, Tribal, Territory, and Local Governments

Our state and local partners are facing revenue shortfalls and escalating costs as they fight to serve Americans left sick, struggling, hungry, and vulnerable by the coronavirus pandemic.  While state and local revenues face stark, multi-year shortfalls, pandemic-related cost increases related to health care, jobless benefits, food assistance, and safety measures have soared.

 

$350 billion in relief to states, localities, Tribes, and territories is desperately needed to allow these governments to distribute vaccines, expand testing, provide lifeline services to struggling families, and save the jobs of essential public servants like teachers, firefighters, and other first responders.

 

The Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Resolution Act would give direct relief to states and localities to deal a decisive blow to the pandemic, providing the resources that our families, communities, and economy need to survive.

 

Below is a breakdown of estimated allocations the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Resolution Act would provide to states, territory, Tribal, and local governments.  Click here for a more detailed breakdown of funding estimates for local governments.

 

Please note that the estimates are approximate and may contain data irregularities based on reporting variances.

Budget Allocation by States and Territories

State Total to State Total to Local Govt Total
Alabama 2.136 1.888 4.025
Alaska 0.827 0.257 1.084
Arizona 4.836 2.543 7.379
Arkansas 1.663 1.197 2.860
California 26.264 14.953 41.217
Colorado 3.984 1.878 5.862
Connecticut 2.668 1.638 4.306
Delaware 0.899 0.305 1.204
District of Columbia (Regular) 0.997 0.492 1.489
District of Columbia (CARES Plus Up) 0.755 0.000 0.755
Florida 10.310 6.196 16.506
Georgia 4.690 3.563 8.253
Hawaii 1.645 0.481 2.125
Idaho 1.197 0.642 1.840
Illinois 7.549 5.662 13.211
Indiana 3.084 2.827 5.911
Iowa 1.390 1.494 2.883
Kansas 1.598 1.153 2.751
Kentucky 2.459 1.889 4.348
Louisiana 3.233 1.958 5.192
Maine 1.037 0.645 1.681
Maryland 3.899 1.956 5.851
Massachusetts 4.547 3.711 8.259
Michigan 5.698 4.388 10.086
Minnesota 2.597 2.087 4.684
Mississippi 1.818 1.257 3.076
Missouri 2.838 2.496 5.334
Montana 0.891 0.409 1.299
Nebraska 0.983 0.802 1.785
Nevada 2.969 0.945 3.914
New Hampshire 0.966 0.558 1.524
New Jersey 6.483 2.942 9.425
New Mexico 1.631 0.838 2.469
New York 12.665 10.593 23.258
North Carolina 5.316 3.780 9.096
North Dakota 0.778 0.278 1.056
Ohio 5.681 5.408 11.089
Oklahoma 2.191 1.391 3.582
Oregon 2.628 1.539 4.167
Pennsylvania 7.349 5.758 13.107
Rhode Island 1.133 0.592 1.725
South Carolina 2.111 1.626 3.737
South Dakota 0.744 0.345 1.089
Tennessee 3.850 2.462 6.312
Texas 16.824 10.327 27.152
Utah 1.528 1.012 2.540
Vermont 0.655 0.305 0.960
Virginia 3.795 2.675 6.470
Washington 4.285 2.434 6.719
West Virginia 1.259 0.838 2.097
Wisconsin 3.231 2.490 5.721
Wyoming 0.736 0.131 0.868
American Samoa 0.481 0.031 0.511
Guam 0.556 0.104 0.661
Northern Mariana Islands 0.483 0.032 0.515
Puerto Rico 2.463 1.935 4.399
U.S. Virgin Islands 0.517 0.066 0.583