Fiscal Year 1999 Comparisons. State by State Rankings of Revenues and Spending. Includes Fiscal Year 2000 Rankings for State Taxes Only

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Fiscal Year 1999 Comparisons. State by State Rankings of Revenues and Spending. Includes Fiscal Year 2000 Rankings for State Taxes Only"

Transcription

1 Fiscal Year 1999 Comparisons State by State Rankings of Revenues and Spending Includes Fiscal Year 2000 Rankings for State Taxes Only January

2 2 published annually by: The Minnesota Taxpayers Association 85 East 7th Place, Suite 250 St. Paul, MN (651) or (800) FAX: (651) WWW:

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction... 4 Sources of State Revenue... 8 Sources of Local Revenue... 9 Population Personal Income Total Tax Collections Property Tax Individual Income Tax Corporate Income Tax General Sales Tax, State only General Sales Tax, State and Local Excise Taxes State and Local Expenditures Direct General Expenditures Elementary and Secondary Education Higher Education Total Education Public Welfare Health and Hospitals Highways Police Fire Corrections Interest on General Debt Comparison of Minnesota and U. S. Average Expenditures

4 This FY1999 edition of How Does Minnesota Compare comes just a month after our FY1999 edition because the Census Bureau, our source of data for these comparisons, has returned to its typical schedule for release of these data. Starting in 1969, MTA released comparisons of state and local taxes and spending under the name How Does Minnesota Compare?. These releases were historically in the fall of the year, two years after the year of comparison. During the 1990s this schedule was seriously delayed by cutbacks in staffing at the Census Bureau. We are happy to return to the more timely release of these important comparisons. Why This Booklet? This booklet is designed to provide just one snap shot of the fiscal picture of Minnesota. If you want to find out how Minnesota s overall tax collections or spending compare to the other states, this is the place to look. If you want to know what tax Minnesota relies on more than others, this is also a good publication to check out. But if you want to know your particular tax burden, you will have to consult one of our other studies (50- state property and income tax burden studies based on specific property value and income level examples). You will not find your tax burden in this booklet, only averages based on statewide collections. But the statewide averages still give you a lot of information. On the next page are two summary tables to provide you an overview of the Minnesota numbers in this publication. 4

5 Revenues (rankings start on page 12) TAX COLLECTIONS per $1,000 of Personal Income Rank Tax Category Amount % of US Amount % of US Property Tax (S & L) $ % $ % Ind. Income Tax (State) % % 5 3 Ind. Income Tax (S & L) % % 9 6 Corp. Income Tax (State) % % Sales Tax (State) % % Sales Tax (S & L) % % Excise Tax (State) % % Total Taxes (S & L) % % 6 5 Percent of U.S. calculated using only states that levy the tax in question. Spending (rankings start on page 209) MINNESOTA STATE AND LOCAL EXPENDITURES per $1,000 of Personal Income Rank Spending Category Amount % of US Amount % of US K-12 Education $ % $ % Higher Education % % Total Education % % Public Welfare % % 8 8 Health and Hospitals % % Highways % % Interest on Gen. Debt % % Police % % Fire % % Corrections % % Total % %

6 Caveats (Accounting Shifts Change Rankings) In the early 1980s, the Legislature began requiring school districts to recognize more of the second-half property tax payments in May as part of the current school year budget in order to reduce the amount of state aid payments that were necessary for that fiscal year as a budget balancing measure. Beginning in Fiscal Year 1994, the state began to reverse that shift to ease cash flow problems for the districts. Below is a table showing our estimates of how the property tax and total tax rankings would have changed if these shifts had not taken place: Fiscal Year Prop. Tax per capita: As published Adj. for shift Prop. Tax per $1,000 Inc As published Adj. for shift Fiscal Year Total Tax per capita: As published Adj. for shift Total Tax per $1,000 Inc. As published Adj. for shift For years before 1992 and after 1996, the amounts shifted were not significant. The 1992 and 1993 adjusted rankings are published in the FY1998 version of this publication. Special States Several states have unusually high tax and/or spending numbers which affect their rankings, but do not accurately reflect the tax load on their residents. Alaska is the most prominent one, which because of its oil reserves fund, annually makes payments to its residents of about $1,000 per person. Wyoming and Montana tax their coal industries very heavily, thus shielding the average taxpayer from the cost of higher than average spending. All Alaska data and primarily spending data for Wyoming and Montanta should be considered with this in mind. 6

7 Sources and State Only Data All tax and spending data used in this report were obtained from the Census Bureau s Internet web site ( including population and income data. Calculations are by MTA. Fiscal Years 2000 Rankings (State Taxes Only) The tables in this publication are for fiscal year 1999, the latest year for which both state and local tax and spending information is available from the U.S. Department of Commerce. As of this writing, Commerce Department data for fiscal year 2000 were available for state tax collections only. Local data for these years are not yet available. Since state and local revenue systems are intertwined, we are reluctant to publish full rankings tables for state taxes alone. Instead, the table below provides Minnesota s state tax rankings for FY2000. Local data for that year are expected to become available sometime in the fall of State Tax Collections Amount and Rank, Fiscal Year 2000 (see text above) Tax Amount Rank Amount Rank Individual Income $1, $ General Sales Excise Corporate Income

8 FY 1999 Sources of State Revenue MINNESOTA Other Taxes 7.3% Charges and User Fees 8.1% Miscellaneous Non-Tax Revenues 5.2% Interest Earnings 3.9% General Sales Tax 22.6% Corporate Net Income Tax 5.2% Excise Tax 12.5% Individual Income Tax 35.2% ALL STATES Miscellaneous Non- Tax Revenues Interest Earnings 6.3% 4.9% Charges and User Fees 12.2% General Sales Tax 25.2% Other Taxes 8.7% Corporate Net Income Tax 5.3% Individual Income Tax 26.5% Excise Tax 11.5% (in thousands) Sources of State Revenue--Minnesota $15,086,802 General Sales Tax 3,404,441 Excise Tax 1,890,335 Individual Income Tax 5,306,235 Corporate Net Income Tax 779,176 Other Taxes 1,101,501 Charges and User Fees 1,221,831 Interest Earnings 591,974 Miscellaneous Non-Tax Revenues 791,309 8 Sources of State Revenue--All States $652,384,131 General Sales Tax 164,378,016 Excise Tax 74,989,257 Individual Income Tax 172,764,266 Corporate Net Income Tax 30,765,625 Other Taxes 57,046,049 Charges and User Fees 79,308,034 Interest Earnings 32,064,060 Miscellaneous Non-Tax Revenues 41,068,824

9 FY 1999 Sources of Local Revenue MINNESOTA Miscellaneous Non- Tax Revenues 11.4% Interest Earnings 10.1% Property Taxes 48.0% Charges and User Fees 27.7% Other Taxes 2.8% ALL STATES Interest Earnings 6.6% Miscellaneous Non- Tax Revenues 5.9% Property Taxes 44.7% Charges and User Fees 25.7% Other Taxes 17.1% (in thousands) Sources of Local Revenue--Minnesota $9,263,488 Property Taxes 4,449,569 Other Taxes 256,617 Charges and User Fees 2,568,023 Interest Earnings 933,987 Miscellaneous Non-Tax Revenues 1,055,292 Sources of Local Revenue--All States $511,452,103 Property Taxes 228,452,589 Other Taxes 87,380,895 Charges and User Fees 131,577,181 Interest Earnings 33,825,794 Miscellaneous Non-Tax Revenues 30,215,644 9

10 1999 Population State (000's) Rank Alabama 4, Alaska Arizona 4, Arkansas 2, California 33,145 1 Colorado 4, Connecticut 3, Delaware D.C Florida 15,111 4 Georgia 7, Hawaii 1, Idaho 1, Illinois 12,128 5 Indiana 5, Iowa 2, Kansas 2, Kentucky 3, Louisiana 4, Maine 1, Maryland 5, Massachusetts 6, Michigan 9,864 8 MINNESOTA 4, Mississippi 2, Missouri 5, Montana Nebraska 1, Nevada 1, New Hampshire 1, New Jersey 8,143 9 New Mexico 1, New York 18,197 3 North Carolina 7, North Dakota Ohio 11,257 7 Oklahoma 3, Oregon 3, Pennsylvania 11,994 6 Rhode Island South Carolina 3, South Dakota Tennessee 5, Texas 20,044 2 Utah 2, Vermont Virginia 6, Washington 5, West Virginia 1, Wisconsin 5, Wyoming U.S. Total 272, , , , , ,

11 Personal Income 1999 Income Remaining after State & Local Taxes State '98 Amt.* '99 Amt. '99 Rank Amt. Rank Percent Rank Alabama $22,118 $23, $21, % 3 Alaska 27,959 28, , % 17 Arizona 24,124 24, , % 22 Arkansas 21,262 21, , % 37 California 28,293 30, , % 26 Colorado 29,845 31, , % 6 Connecticut 37,436 39, , % 43 Delaware 29,574 30, , % 35 D.C. 37,600 39, , % 51 Florida 26,916 27, , % 10 Georgia 26,116 27, , % 18 Hawaii 26,668 27, , % 47 Idaho 21,958 22, , % 31 Illinois 30,035 30, , % 19 Indiana 25,219 26, , % 14 Iowa 24,836 25, , % 27 Kansas 25,782 26, , % 24 Kentucky 22,344 23, , % 34 Louisiana 22,320 22, , % 29 Maine 23,596 24, , % 49 Maryland 30,821 32, , % 12 Massachusetts 33,380 35, , % 21 Michigan 26,816 27, , % 36 MINNESOTA 29,512 30, , % 45 Mississippi 20,008 20, , % 33 Missouri 25,396 26, , % 11 Montana 21,313 21, , % 28 Nebraska 25,826 27, , % 20 Nevada 29,752 30, , % 7 New Hampshire 29,700 31, , % 1 New Jersey 34,228 35, , % 38 New Mexico 21,135 21, , % 46 New York 32,208 33, , % 50 North Carolina 25,453 26, , % 16 North Dakota 22,760 23, , % 41 Ohio 26,231 26, , % 32 Oklahoma 22,149 23, , % 15 Oregon 25,959 26, , % 9 Pennsylvania 27,361 28, , % 23 Rhode Island 28,003 29, , % 39 South Carolina 22,565 23, , % 13 South Dakota 23,565 25, , % 4 Tennessee 24,584 25, , % 2 Texas 25,741 26, , % 5 Utah 22,300 23, , % 40 Vermont 24,785 25, , % 44 Virginia 28,336 29, , % 8 Washington 28,626 30, , % 25 West Virginia 20,253 20, , % 42 Wisconsin 26,236 27, , % 48 Wyoming 24,877 26, , % 30 U.S. Average $27,317 $28,492 - $25, % , , % , , % , , % , , % , , % 44 *used in per $1,000 11

12 Total Tax Collections- State and Local FY99 Alabama $2, $ Alaska 2, Arizona 2, Arkansas 2, California 3, Colorado 2, Connecticut 4, Delaware 3, D.C. 5, Florida 2, Georgia 2, Hawaii 3, Idaho 2, Illinois 3, Indiana 2, Iowa 2, Kansas 2, Kentucky 2, Louisiana 2, Maine 3, Maryland 3, Massachusetts 3, Michigan 3, MINNESOTA 3, Mississippi 2, Missouri 2, Montana 2, Nebraska 2, Nevada 2, New Hampshire 2, New Jersey 3, New Mexico 2, New York 4, North Carolina 2, North Dakota 2, Ohio 2, Oklahoma 2, Oregon 2, Pennsylvania 2, Rhode Island 3, South Carolina 2, South Dakota 2, Tennessee 2, Texas 2, Utah 2, Vermont 3, Virginia 2, Washington 3, West Virginia 2, Wisconsin 3, Wyoming 2, U.S. Average $2, $ , , , , ,

13 Property Tax Collections- State and Local* FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska 1, Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut 1, Delaware D.C. 1, Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois 1, Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine 1, Maryland Massachusetts 1, Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana 1, Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire 1, New Jersey 1, New Mexico New York 1, North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island 1, South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont 1, Virginia Washington 1, West Virginia Wisconsin 1, Wyoming 1, U.S. Average $ $ * * * 1995* * * 1996* * * , *Note: see page 6 for explanation of changes in rank for Minnesota. 13

14 Individual Income Tax Collections- State FY99 (See Intro for FY00 MN Rank) Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut 1, Delaware 1, D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts 1, Michigan MINNESOTA 1, Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York 1, North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon 1, Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ State Avg. $ $ , ,

15 Corporate Net Income Tax Collections- State FY99 (See Intro for FY00 MN Rank) Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ State Avg. $ $

16 General Sales Tax Collections- State FY99 (See Intro for FY00 MN Rank) Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii 1, Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada 1, New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington 1, West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ State Avg. $ $

17 General Sales Tax Collections- State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C. 1, Florida Georgia Hawaii 1, Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada 1, New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico 1, New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee 1, Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington 1, West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ State Avg. (+DC) $ $

18 Excise Tax Collections- State FY99 (See Intro for FY00 MN Rank) Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ State Avg. $ $

19 FY 1999 State and Local Expenditures MINNESOTA Government Administration 5.6% Interest 5.2% Other Expenditures 4.4% Education Services 34.6% Public Safety 6.4% Environment and Housing 8.7% Transportation 8.9% Social Services & Inc. Maintenance 26.1% Government Administration 5.5% Environment and Housing 7.9% ALL STATES Interest 4.8% Other Expenditures 6.0% Education Services 34.6% Public Safety 9.2% Transportation 7.9% Social Services & Inc. Maintenance 24.2% (in thousands) MINNESOTA Education Services $9,754,996 Social Services & Income Maintenance $7,341,086 Transportation $2,516,644 Public Safety $1,798,113 Environment and Housing $2,462,818 Government Administration $1,586,331 Interest $1,469,417 Other Expenditures $1,230,687 Minnesota Total $28,160,092 ALL STATES Education Services $483,259,476 Social Services & Income Maintenance $338,964,464 Transportation $110,162,538 Public Safety $128,742,541 Environment and Housing $109,929,560 Government Administration $76,699,233 Interest $67,293,670 Other Expenditures $83,481,387 All States Total $1,398,532,869 19

20 Direct General Expenditures- State and Local FY99 Alabama $4, $ Alaska 11, Arizona 4, Arkansas 4, California 5, Colorado 4, Connecticut 5, Delaware 5, D.C. 8, Florida 4, Georgia 4, Hawaii 5, Idaho 4, Illinois 4, Indiana 4, Iowa 5, Kansas 4, Kentucky 4, Louisiana 4, Maine 5, Maryland 4, Massachusetts 5, Michigan 5, MINNESOTA 5, Mississippi 4, Missouri 4, Montana 4, Nebraska 4, Nevada 5, New Hampshire 4, New Jersey 5, New Mexico 5, New York 7, North Carolina 4, North Dakota 5, Ohio 4, Oklahoma 4, Oregon 5, Pennsylvania 5, Rhode Island 5, South Carolina 4, South Dakota 4, Tennessee 4, Texas 4, Utah 4, Vermont 5, Virginia 4, Washington 5, West Virginia 4, Wisconsin 5, Wyoming 6, U.S. Average $5, $ $4, $ , , , ,

21 Elementary and Secondary Education - State and Local FY99 Alabama $1, $ Alaska 2, Arizona 1, Arkansas California 1, Colorado 1, Connecticut 1, Delaware 1, D.C. 1, Florida 1, Georgia 1, Hawaii Idaho 1, Illinois 1, Indiana 1, Iowa 1, Kansas 1, Kentucky Louisiana 1, Maine 1, Maryland 1, Massachusetts 1, Michigan 1, MINNESOTA 1, Mississippi Missouri 1, Montana 1, Nebraska 1, Nevada 1, New Hampshire 1, New Jersey 1, New Mexico 1, New York 1, North Carolina 1, North Dakota 1, Ohio 1, Oklahoma 1, Oregon 1, Pennsylvania 1, Rhode Island 1, South Carolina 1, South Dakota 1, Tennessee 1, Texas 1, Utah 1, Vermont 1, Virginia 1, Washington 1, West Virginia 1, Wisconsin 1, Wyoming 1, U.S. Average $1, $ $1, , , , ,

22 Higher Education - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $

23 Total Education - State and Local FY99 Alabama $1, $ Alaska 2, Arizona 1, Arkansas 1, California 1, Colorado 1, Connecticut 1, Delaware 2, D.C. 1, Florida 1, Georgia 1, Hawaii 1, Idaho 1, Illinois 1, Indiana 1, Iowa 1, Kansas 1, Kentucky 1, Louisiana 1, Maine 1, Maryland 1, Massachusetts 1, Michigan 2, MINNESOTA 2, Mississippi 1, Missouri 1, Montana 1, Nebraska 1, Nevada 1, New Hampshire 1, New Jersey 2, New Mexico 1, New York 2, North Carolina 1, North Dakota 1, Ohio 1, Oklahoma 1, Oregon 1, Pennsylvania 1, Rhode Island 1, South Carolina 1, South Dakota 1, Tennessee 1, Texas 1, Utah 1, Vermont 2, Virginia 1, Washington 1, West Virginia 1, Wisconsin 2, Wyoming 2, U.S. Average $1, $ $1, $ , , , ,

24 Public Welfare - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska 1, Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C. 2, Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine 1, Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA 1, Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York 1, North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island 1, South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $ , , ,

25 Health and Hospitals - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $

26 Highways - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska 1, Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $ $

27 Police - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $

28 Fire - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $77.97 $ $ $

29 Corrections - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $

30 Interest on General Debt - State and Local FY99 Alabama $ $ Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware D.C Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan MINNESOTA Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming U.S. Average $ $ $ $

31 Comparison of Minnesota and U. S. Average, FY1999 State & Local Expenditures per $1,000 of Personal Income Minnesota U. S. Average per $1,000 per $1,000 Total Education $69.96 $65.45 Elementary and Secondary $49.02 $46.03 Higher Education $17.53 $16.62 Libraries $1.03 $0.93 Public Welfare $39.45 $29.14 Health and Hospitals $12.37 $16.17 Highways $15.94 $12.60 Police $5.89 $7.23 Fire $1.73 $2.88 Corrections $3.94 $6.18 Sewer $3.58 $3.65 Housing and Development $4.14 $3.42 Natural Resources/Parks $8.04 $5.64 Financial Administration $4.04 $3.74 Judicial/Legal $3.01 $3.43 Public Buildings $2.08 $1.20 Interest on the General Debt $10.54 $9.11 Air Transportation $1.67 $1.71 Other Expenditures $19.12 $20.11 Total $ $ Minnesota MN as Percent Rank of U. S. Avg. Total Education % Elementary and Secondary % Higher Education % Libraries % Public Welfare % Health and Hospitals % Highways % Police % Fire % Corrections % Sewer % Housing and Development % Natural Resources/Parks % Financial Administration % Judicial/Legal % Public Buildings % Interest on the General Debt % Air Transportation % Other Expenditures % Minnesota Total % The Minnesota Taxpayers Association 85 East 7th Place, Suite 250 St. Paul, MN (651) FAX: (651) WWW:

32 MISSION STATEMENT The Minnesota Taxpayers Association exists to educate and inform Minnesotans about sound fiscal policy; to provide state and local policy makers with objective, non-partisan research about the impacts of tax and spending policies; and to advocate for the adoption of rational public fiscal policy. MEMBERSHIP You can automatically receive publications like this and newsletters and support the work of this association by joining the Minnesota Taxpayers Association. Membership in the Minnesota Taxpayers Association is open to business and individuals, and dues start at $ per year ($75.00 for individuals). Units of governments, including schools and libraries, may subscribe to receive our publications for $125 per year. To join please complete and return the form below to: Minnesota Taxpayers Association, 85 E. 7th Place, Suite 250, Saint Paul, MN A member of our staff will contact you. Please call (651) or (800) if you have any questions. 32 Clip and Mail Name. Company. Address. City.State.Zip. Telephone. Comments.... All members enjoy the same rights and privileges. Your dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution. (They may be deductible as a business expense under other provisions of law.)

Fiscal Year 2005 Comparisons. Includes Fiscal Year 2006 Rankings for State Taxes Only

Fiscal Year 2005 Comparisons. Includes Fiscal Year 2006 Rankings for State Taxes Only Fiscal Year 2005 Comparisons Includes Fiscal Year 2006 Rankings for State Taxes Only October 2007 Published annually since 1969 (except FY2001 and FY2003) by: The Minnesota Taxpayers Association 85 East

More information

TABLE 3c: Congressional Districts with Number and Percent of Hispanics* Living in Hard-to-Count (HTC) Census Tracts**

TABLE 3c: Congressional Districts with Number and Percent of Hispanics* Living in Hard-to-Count (HTC) Census Tracts** living Alaska 00 47,808 21,213 44.4 Alabama 01 20,661 3,288 15.9 Alabama 02 23,949 6,614 27.6 Alabama 03 20,225 3,247 16.1 Alabama 04 41,412 7,933 19.2 Alabama 05 34,388 11,863 34.5 Alabama 06 34,849 4,074

More information

3+ 3+ N = 155, 442 3+ R 2 =.32 < < < 3+ N = 149, 685 3+ R 2 =.27 < < < 3+ N = 99, 752 3+ R 2 =.4 < < < 3+ N = 98, 887 3+ R 2 =.6 < < < 3+ N = 52, 624 3+ R 2 =.28 < < < 3+ N = 36, 281 3+ R 2 =.5 < < < 7+

More information

TABLE 3b: Congressional Districts Ranked by Percent of Hispanics* Living in Hard-to- Count (HTC) Census Tracts**

TABLE 3b: Congressional Districts Ranked by Percent of Hispanics* Living in Hard-to- Count (HTC) Census Tracts** Rank State District Count (HTC) 1 New York 05 150,499 141,567 94.1 2 New York 08 133,453 109,629 82.1 3 Massachusetts 07 158,518 120,827 76.2 4 Michigan 13 47,921 36,145 75.4 5 Illinois 04 508,677 379,527

More information

The American Legion NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP RECORD

The American Legion NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP RECORD The American Legion NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP RECORD www.legion.org 2016 The American Legion NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP RECORD 1920-1929 Department 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 Alabama 4,474 3,246

More information

Rutgers Revenue Sources

Rutgers Revenue Sources Rutgers Revenue Sources 31.2% Tuition and Fees 27.3% State Appropriations with Fringes 1.0% Endowment and Investments.5% Federal Appropriations 17.8% Federal, State, and Municipal Grants and Contracts

More information

5 x 7 Notecards $1.50 with Envelopes - MOQ - 12

5 x 7 Notecards $1.50 with Envelopes - MOQ - 12 5 x 7 Notecards $1.50 with Envelopes - MOQ - 12 Magnets 2½ 3½ Magnet $1.75 - MOQ - 5 - Add $0.25 for packaging Die Cut Acrylic Magnet $2.00 - MOQ - 24 - Add $0.25 for packaging 2535-22225 California AM-22225

More information

FY 2014 Per Capita Federal Spending on Major Grant Programs Curtis Smith, Nick Jacobs, and Trinity Tomsic

FY 2014 Per Capita Federal Spending on Major Grant Programs Curtis Smith, Nick Jacobs, and Trinity Tomsic Special Analysis 15-03, June 18, 2015 FY 2014 Per Capita Federal Spending on Major Grant Programs Curtis Smith, Nick Jacobs, and Trinity Tomsic 202-624-8577 ttomsic@ffis.org Summary Per capita federal

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by February 2018 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 Hawaii 2.1 19 Alabama 3.7 33 Ohio 4.5 2 New Hampshire 2.6 19 Missouri 3.7 33 Rhode Island 4.5

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by November 2015 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 North Dakota 2.7 19 Indiana 4.4 37 Georgia 5.6 2 Nebraska 2.9 20 Ohio 4.5 37 Tennessee 5.6

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by April 2017 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 Colorado 2.3 17 Virginia 3.8 37 California 4.8 2 Hawaii 2.7 20 Massachusetts 3.9 37 West Virginia

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by August 2017 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 North Dakota 2.3 18 Maryland 3.9 36 New York 4.8 2 Colorado 2.4 18 Michigan 3.9 38 Delaware 4.9

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by March 2016 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 South Dakota 2.5 19 Delaware 4.4 37 Georgia 5.5 2 New Hampshire 2.6 19 Massachusetts 4.4 37 North

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by September 2017 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 North Dakota 2.4 17 Indiana 3.8 36 New Jersey 4.7 2 Colorado 2.5 17 Kansas 3.8 38 Pennsylvania

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by December 2017 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 Hawaii 2.0 16 South Dakota 3.5 37 Connecticut 4.6 2 New Hampshire 2.6 20 Arkansas 3.7 37 Delaware

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by September 2015 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 North Dakota 2.8 17 Oklahoma 4.4 37 South Carolina 5.7 2 Nebraska 2.9 20 Indiana 4.5 37 Tennessee

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by November 2014 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 North Dakota 2.7 19 Pennsylvania 5.1 35 New Mexico 6.4 2 Nebraska 3.1 20 Wisconsin 5.2 38 Connecticut

More information

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment

Unemployment Rate (%) Rank State. Unemployment States Ranked by July 2018 Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Unemployment Unemployment 1 Hawaii 2.1 19 Massachusetts 3.6 37 Kentucky 4.3 2 Iowa 2.6 19 South Carolina 3.6 37 Maryland 4.3

More information

Interstate Pay Differential

Interstate Pay Differential Interstate Pay Differential APPENDIX IV Adjustments for differences in interstate pay in various locations are computed using the state average weekly pay. This appendix provides a table for the second

More information

MAP 1: Seriously Delinquent Rate by State for Q3, 2008

MAP 1: Seriously Delinquent Rate by State for Q3, 2008 MAP 1: Seriously Delinquent Rate by State for Q3, 2008 Seriously Delinquent Rate Greater than 6.93% 5.18% 6.93% 0 5.17% Source: MBA s National Deliquency Survey MAP 2: Foreclosure Inventory Rate by State

More information

Index of religiosity, by state

Index of religiosity, by state Index of religiosity, by state Low Medium High Total United States 19 26 55=100 Alabama 7 16 77 Alaska 28 27 45 Arizona 21 26 53 Arkansas 12 19 70 California 24 27 49 Colorado 24 29 47 Connecticut 25 32

More information

Current Medicare Advantage Enrollment Penetration: State and County-Level Tabulations

Current Medicare Advantage Enrollment Penetration: State and County-Level Tabulations Current Advantage Enrollment : State and County-Level Tabulations 5 Slide Series, Volume 40 September 2016 Summary of Tabulations and Findings As of September 2016, 17.9 million of the nation s 56.1 million

More information

2015 State Hospice Report 2013 Medicare Information 1/1/15

2015 State Hospice Report 2013 Medicare Information 1/1/15 2015 State Hospice Report 2013 Medicare Information 1/1/15 www.hospiceanalytics.com 2 2013 Demographics & Hospice Utilization National Population 316,022,508 Total Deaths 2,529,792 Medicare Beneficiaries

More information

2016 INCOME EARNED BY STATE INFORMATION

2016 INCOME EARNED BY STATE INFORMATION BY STATE INFORMATION This information is being provided to assist in your 2016 tax preparations. The information is also mailed to applicable Columbia fund non-corporate shareholders with their year-end

More information

PRESS RELEASE Media Contact: Joseph Stefko, Director of Public Finance, ;

PRESS RELEASE Media Contact: Joseph Stefko, Director of Public Finance, ; PRESS RELEASE Media Contact: Joseph Stefko, Director of Public Finance, 585.327.7075; jstefko@cgr.org Highest Paid State Workers in New Jersey & New York in 2010; Lowest Paid in Dakotas and West Virginia

More information

Estimated Economic Impacts of the Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act National Report

Estimated Economic Impacts of the Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act National Report Regional Economic Models, Inc. Estimated Economic Impacts of the Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act National Report Prepared by Frederick Treyz, CEO June 2012 The following is a summary of the Estimated

More information

STATE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS $ - LISTED NEXT PAGE. TOTAL $ 88,000 * for each contribution of $500 for Board Meeting sponsorship

STATE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS $ - LISTED NEXT PAGE. TOTAL $ 88,000 * for each contribution of $500 for Board Meeting sponsorship Exhibit D -- TRIP 2017 FUNDING SOURCES -- February 3, 2017 CORPORATE $ 12,000 Construction Companies $ 5,500 Consulting Engineers Equipment Distributors Manufacturer/Supplier/Producer 6,500 Surety Bond

More information

Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Deadlines by State 2018 General Election: Tuesday, November 6. Saturday, Oct 27 (postal ballot)

Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Deadlines by State 2018 General Election: Tuesday, November 6. Saturday, Oct 27 (postal ballot) Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Deadlines by State 2018 General Election: All dates in 2018 unless otherwise noted STATE REG DEADLINE ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST DEADLINE Alabama November 1 ABSENTEE

More information

Table 6 Medicaid Eligibility Systems for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January Share of Determinations

Table 6 Medicaid Eligibility Systems for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January Share of Determinations Table 6 Medicaid Eligibility Systems for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January 2017 Able to Make Share of Determinations System determines eligibility for: 2 State Real-Time

More information

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2016

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2016 Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2016 March 2017 About FRAC The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is the leading national organization working for more effective public and private

More information

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2017

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2017 Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2017 February 2018 About FRAC The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is the leading national organization working for more effective public and

More information

Fiscal Research Center

Fiscal Research Center January 2016 Georgia s Rankings Among the States: Budget, Taxes and Other Indicators ABOUT THE FISCAL RESEARCH CENTER Established in 1995, the (FRC) provides nonpartisan research, technical assistance

More information

How North Carolina Compares

How North Carolina Compares How North Carolina Compares A Compendium of State Statistics March 2017 Prepared by the N.C. General Assembly Program Evaluation Division Preface The Program Evaluation Division of the North Carolina General

More information

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2014

Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2014 Child & Adult Care Food Program: Participation Trends 2014 1200 18th St NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20036 (202) 986-2200 / www.frac.org February 2016 About FRAC The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)

More information

Fiscal Research Center

Fiscal Research Center January 2017 Georgia s Rankings Among the States: Budget, Taxes and Other Indicators ABOUT THE FISCAL RESEARCH CENTER Established in 1995, the (FRC) provides nonpartisan research, technical assistance

More information

HOME HEALTH AIDE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, DECEMBER 2016

HOME HEALTH AIDE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, DECEMBER 2016 BACKGROUND HOME HEALTH AIDE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, DECEMBER 2016 Federal legislation (42 CFR 484.36) requires that Medicare-certified home health agencies employ home health aides who are trained and evaluated

More information

Rankings of the States 2017 and Estimates of School Statistics 2018

Rankings of the States 2017 and Estimates of School Statistics 2018 Rankings of the States 2017 and Estimates of School Statistics 2018 NEA RESEARCH April 2018 Reproduction: No part of this report may be reproduced in any form without permission from NEA Research, except

More information

Introduction. Current Law Distribution of Funds. MEMORANDUM May 8, Subject:

Introduction. Current Law Distribution of Funds. MEMORANDUM May 8, Subject: MEMORANDUM May 8, 2018 Subject: TANF Family Assistance Grant Allocations Under the Ways and Means Committee (Majority) Proposal From: Gene Falk, Specialist in Social Policy, gfalk@crs.loc.gov, 7-7344 Jameson

More information

Colorado River Basin. Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation

Colorado River Basin. Source: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation The Colorado River supports a quarter million jobs and produces $26 billion in economic output from recreational activities alone, drawing revenue from the 5.36 million adults who use the Colorado River

More information

Sentinel Event Data. General Information Copyright, The Joint Commission

Sentinel Event Data. General Information Copyright, The Joint Commission Sentinel Event Data General Information 1995 2015 Data Limitations The reporting of most sentinel events to The Joint Commission is voluntary and represents only a small proportion of actual events. Therefore,

More information

Is this consistent with other jurisdictions or do you allow some mechanism to reinstate?

Is this consistent with other jurisdictions or do you allow some mechanism to reinstate? Topic: Question by: : Forfeiture for failure to appoint a resident agent Kathy M. Sachs Kansas Date: January 8, 2015 Manitoba Corporations Canada Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut

More information

Statutory change to name availability standard. Jurisdiction. Date: April 8, [Statutory change to name availability standard] [April 8, 2015]

Statutory change to name availability standard. Jurisdiction. Date: April 8, [Statutory change to name availability standard] [April 8, 2015] Topic: Question by: : Statutory change to name availability standard Michael Powell Texas Date: April 8, 2015 Manitoba Corporations Canada Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut

More information

Sentinel Event Data. General Information Q Copyright, The Joint Commission

Sentinel Event Data. General Information Q Copyright, The Joint Commission Sentinel Event Data General Information 1995 2Q 2014 Data Limitations The reporting of most sentinel events to The Joint Commission is voluntary and represents only a small proportion of actual events.

More information

States Ranked by Annual Nonagricultural Employment Change October 2017, Seasonally Adjusted

States Ranked by Annual Nonagricultural Employment Change October 2017, Seasonally Adjusted States Ranked by Annual Nonagricultural Employment Change Change (Jobs) Change (Jobs) Change (Jobs) 1 Texas 316,100 19 Nevada 36,600 37 Hawaii 7,100 2 California 256,800 20 Tennessee 34,800 38 Mississippi

More information

In the District of Columbia we have also adopted the latest Model business Corporation Act.

In the District of Columbia we have also adopted the latest Model business Corporation Act. Topic: Question by: : Reinstatement after Admin. Dissolution question Dave Nichols West Virginia Date: March 14, 2014 Manitoba Corporations Canada Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut

More information

Fiscal Research Center

Fiscal Research Center January 2018 Georgia s Rankings Among the States: Budget, Taxes and Other Indicators ABOUT THE FISCAL RESEARCH CENTER Established in 1995, the (FRC) provides nonpartisan research, technical assistance

More information

Critical Access Hospitals and HCAHPS

Critical Access Hospitals and HCAHPS Critical Access Hospitals and HCAHPS Michelle Casey, MS Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center June 12, 2012 Overview of Presentation Why is HCAHPS

More information

FORTIETH TRIENNIAL ASSEMBLY

FORTIETH TRIENNIAL ASSEMBLY FORTIETH TRIENNIAL ASSEMBLY MOST PUISSANT GENERAL GRAND MASTER GENERAL GRAND COUNCIL OF CRYPTIC MASONS INTERNATIONAL 1996-1999 -

More information

Weights and Measures Training Registration

Weights and Measures Training Registration Weights and Measures Training Registration Please fill out the form below to register for Weights and Measures training and testing dates. NIST Handbook 44, Specifications, Tolerances and other Technical

More information

State Authority for Hazardous Materials Transportation

State Authority for Hazardous Materials Transportation Appendixes Appendix A State Authority for Hazardous Materials Transportation Hazardous Materials Transportation: Regulatory, Enforcement, and Emergency Response* Alabama E Public Service Commission ER

More information

Table 8 Online and Telephone Medicaid Applications for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January 2017

Table 8 Online and Telephone Medicaid Applications for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January 2017 Table 8 Online and Telephone Medicaid Applications for Children, Pregnant Women, Parents, and Expansion Adults, January 2017 State Applications Can be Submitted Online at the State Level 1 < 25% 25% -

More information

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. STATE ACTIVITY REPORT Fiscal Year 2016

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. STATE ACTIVITY REPORT Fiscal Year 2016 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program ACTIVITY REPORT Fiscal Year 2016 Food and Nutrition Service Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Program Accountability and Administration Division September

More information

Percentage of Enrolled Students by Program Type, 2016

Percentage of Enrolled Students by Program Type, 2016 Percentage of Enrolled Students by Program Type, 2016 Doctorate 4% PN/VN 3% MSN 15% ADN 28% BSRN 22% Diploma 2% BSN 26% n = 279,770 Percentage of Graduations by Program Type, 2016 MSN 12% Doctorate 1%

More information

CRMRI White Paper #3 August 2017 State Refugee Services Indicators of Integration: How are the states doing?

CRMRI White Paper #3 August 2017 State Refugee Services Indicators of Integration: How are the states doing? CRMRI White Paper #3 August 7 State Refugee Services Indicators of Integration: How are the states doing? Marci Harris, Julia Greene, Kilee Jorgensen, Caren J. Frost, & Lisa H. Gren State Refugee Services

More information

FOOD STAMP PROGRAM STATE ACTIVITY REPORT

FOOD STAMP PROGRAM STATE ACTIVITY REPORT FOOD STAMP PROGRAM ACTIVITY REPORT Federal Fiscal Year 2004 Food Stamps Make America Stronger United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service Program Accountability Division February

More information

*ALWAYS KEEP A COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE FOR YOUR RECORDS IN CASE OF AUDIT

*ALWAYS KEEP A COPY OF THE CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE FOR YOUR RECORDS IN CASE OF AUDIT State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLE ATTENDANCE REPORTING AT IADC 2012 TRIAL ACADEMY Attorney Reporting Method After the CLE activity, fill out the Certificate of Attendance

More information

All Approved Insurance Providers All Risk Management Agency Field Offices All Other Interested Parties

All Approved Insurance Providers All Risk Management Agency Field Offices All Other Interested Parties United States Department of Agriculture Farm Production and Conservation Risk Management Agency Beacon Facility Mail Stop 080 P.O. Box 49205 Kansas City, MO 644-6205, 207 INFORMATIONAL MEMORANDUM: PM-7-06

More information

Grants 101: An Introduction to Federal Grants for State and Local Governments

Grants 101: An Introduction to Federal Grants for State and Local Governments Grants 101: An Introduction to Federal Grants for State and Local Governments Introduction FFIS has been in the federal grant reporting business for a long time about 30 years. The main thing we ve learned

More information

Interstate Turbine Advisory Council (CESA-ITAC)

Interstate Turbine Advisory Council (CESA-ITAC) Interstate Turbine Advisory Council (CESA-ITAC) Mark Mayhew NYSERDA for Val Stori Clean Energy States Alliance SWAT 4/25/12 Today CESA ITAC, LLC - What, who and why The Unified List - What, why, how and

More information

How North Carolina Compares

How North Carolina Compares How North Carolina Compares A Compendium of State Statistics January 2013 Prepared by the N.C. General Assembly Program Evaluation Division Program Evaluation Division North Carolina General Assembly Legislative

More information

Date: 5/25/2012. To: Chuck Wyatt, DCR, Virginia. From: Christos Siderelis

Date: 5/25/2012. To: Chuck Wyatt, DCR, Virginia. From: Christos Siderelis 1 Date: 5/25/2012 To: Chuck Wyatt, DCR, Virginia From: Christos Siderelis Chuck Wyatt with the DCR in Virginia inquired about the classification of state parks having resort type characteristics and, if

More information

Weekly Market Demand Index (MDI)

Weekly Market Demand Index (MDI) VOL. 8 NO. 28 JULY 13, 2015 LOAD AVAILABILITY Up 7% compared to the Weekly Market Demand Index (MDI) Note: MDI Measures Relative Truck Demand LOAD SEARCHING Up 18.3% compared to the TRUCK AVAILABILITY

More information

HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PARTICIPATION SURVEY

HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PARTICIPATION SURVEY 2011-12 HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS PARTICIPATION SURVEY Conducted By THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS Based on Competition at the High School Level in the 2011-12 School Year BOYS GIRLS

More information

Table 1 Elementary and Secondary Education. (in millions)

Table 1 Elementary and Secondary Education. (in millions) Revised February 22, 2005 WHERE WOULD THE CUTS BE MADE UNDER THE PRESIDENT S BUDGET? Data Table 1 Elementary and Secondary Education Includes Education for the Disadvantaged, Impact Aid, School Improvement

More information

November 24, First Street NE, Suite 510 Washington, DC 20002

November 24, First Street NE, Suite 510 Washington, DC 20002 820 First Street NE, Suite 510 Washington, DC 20002 Tel: 202-408-1080 Fax: 202-408-1056 center@cbpp.org www.cbpp.org November 24, 2008 TANF BENEFITS ARE LOW AND HAVE NOT KEPT PACE WITH INFLATION But Most

More information

STATE AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTING S. 744 AS APPROVED BY THE SENATE AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE

STATE AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTING S. 744 AS APPROVED BY THE SENATE AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE STATE AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTING S. 744 AS APPROVED BY THE SENATE AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries* Alabama Poultry & Egg Association

More information

Senior American Access to Care Grant

Senior American Access to Care Grant Senior American Access to Care Grant Grant Guidelines SENIOR AMERICAN (age 62 plus) ACCESS TO CARE GRANT GUIDELINES: The (ADAF) is committed to supporting U.S. based organizations exempt from taxation

More information

Figure 10: Total State Spending Growth, ,

Figure 10: Total State Spending Growth, , 26 Reason Foundation Part 3 Spending As with state revenue, there are various ways to look at state spending. Total state expenditures, obviously, encompass every dollar spent by state government, irrespective

More information

national assembly of state arts agencies

national assembly of state arts agencies STATE ARTS AGENCY GRANT MAKING AND FUNDING Each of America's 50 states and six jurisdictions has a government that works to make the cultural, civic, economic and educational benefits of the available

More information

Nicole Galloway, CPA

Nicole Galloway, CPA Office of State Auditor Nicole Galloway, CPA Statewide Performance Indicators: A National Comparison Report No. 2017-050 June 2017 auditor.mo.gov Statewide Performance Indicators: A National Comparison

More information

National Collegiate Soils Contest Rules

National Collegiate Soils Contest Rules National Collegiate Soils Contest Rules Students of Agronomy, Soils, and Environmental Sciences (SASES) Revised September 30, 2008 I. NAME The contest shall be known as the National Collegiate Soils Contest

More information

Percent of Population Under Age 65 Uninsured, 2013, 2014, and 2015

Percent of Population Under Age 65 Uninsured, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Exhiit 1 Percent of Population Under Age 65 Uninsured, 13, 14, and 15 13 14 15

More information

Arizona State Funding Project: Addressing the Teacher Labor Market Challenge Executive Summary. Research conducted by Education Resource Strategies

Arizona State Funding Project: Addressing the Teacher Labor Market Challenge Executive Summary. Research conducted by Education Resource Strategies Arizona State Funding Project: Addressing the Teacher Labor Market Challenge Executive Summary Research conducted by Education Resource Strategies Key findings 1. Student outcomes in Arizona lag behind

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee March 2018

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee March 2018 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts March 2018 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2017-2018 2016-2017 Prior Year

More information

STATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP INDEX

STATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP INDEX University of Nebraska - Lincoln DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln Business in Nebraska Bureau of Business Research 12-2013 STATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP INDEX Eric Thompson University of Nebraska-Lincoln,

More information

Larry DeBoer Purdue University September Real GDP Growth. Real Consumption Spending Growth

Larry DeBoer Purdue University September Real GDP Growth. Real Consumption Spending Growth Larry DeBoer Purdue University September 2011 Real GDP Growth Real Consumption Spending Growth 1 Index of Consumer Sentiment 57.8 Sept 11 Savings Rate (percent of disposable income) Real Investment Spending

More information

TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS

TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FLORIDA GEORGIA GUAM MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee January 2014

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee January 2014 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts January 2014 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2013-2014 2012-2013 Prior

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee April 2015

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee April 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts April 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2014-2015 2013-2014 Prior Year

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee March 2015

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee March 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts March 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2014-2015 2013-2014 Prior Year

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee May 2016

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee May 2016 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts May 2016 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2015-2016 2014-2015 Prior Year

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee December 2015

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee December 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts December 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2015-2016 2014-2015 Prior

More information

The Regional Economic Outlook

The Regional Economic Outlook The Regional Economic Outlook Presented by: Mark McMullen, Director of Government Svcs Prepared for: FTA Revenue Estimating Conference September 15, 2008 Recent Economic Performance 2 1 The Job Market

More information

Sharing of Data Between Agencies. Date: August 31, 2011 [ INSERT TOPIC NAME ] [ INSERT YEAR MONTH DD ]

Sharing of Data Between Agencies. Date: August 31, 2011 [ INSERT TOPIC NAME ] [ INSERT YEAR MONTH DD ] Topic: Question by: : Sharing of Data Between Agencies Mandy Harlan Louisiana Date: August 31, 2011 Manitoba Corporations Canada Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California An automated process of exchange

More information

F O R E S T R I V E R M A R I N E

F O R E S T R I V E R M A R I N E F O R E S T R I V E R M A R I N E Regional Sales Manager - Eric Rose Cell: (574) 361-8673 E-mail: erose@forestriverinc.com Sales Coordinator - Neil Massing (574) 825-8168 Cell: (574) 825-6180 E-mail: nmassing@forestriverinc.com

More information

EXHIBIT A. List of Public Entities Participating in FEDES Project

EXHIBIT A. List of Public Entities Participating in FEDES Project EXHIBIT A List of Public Entities Participating in FEDES Project Alabama Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Alabama Department of Industrial Relations Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce

More information

Name: Date: Albany: Jefferson City: Annapolis: Juneau: Atlanta: Lansing: Augusta: Lincoln: Austin: Little Rock: Baton Rouge: Madison: Bismarck:

Name: Date: Albany: Jefferson City: Annapolis: Juneau: Atlanta: Lansing: Augusta: Lincoln: Austin: Little Rock: Baton Rouge: Madison: Bismarck: Albany: Annapolis: Atlanta: Augusta: Austin: Baton Rouge: Bismarck: Boise: Boston: Carson City: Charleston: Cheyenne: Columbia: Columbus: Concord: Denver: Des Moines: Dover: Frankfort: Harrisburg: Hartford:

More information

U.S. Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency

U.S. Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency Army Regulation 10 89 Organizations and Functions U.S. Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 15 December 1989 Unclassified SUMMARY of CHANGE AR 10

More information

CONNECTICUT: ECONOMIC FUTURE WITH EDUCATIONAL REFORM

CONNECTICUT: ECONOMIC FUTURE WITH EDUCATIONAL REFORM CONNECTICUT: ECONOMIC FUTURE WITH EDUCATIONAL REFORM This file contains detailed projections and information from the article: Eric A. Hanushek, Jens Ruhose, and Ludger Woessmann, It pays to improve school

More information

Department of Defense INSTRUCTION

Department of Defense INSTRUCTION Department of Defense INSTRUCTION NUMBER 4715.02 August 28, 2009 Incorporating Change 2, August 31, 2018 USD(A&S) SUBJECT: Regional Environmental Coordination References: (a) DoD Instruction 4715.2, DoD

More information

THE METHODIST CHURCH (U.S.)

THE METHODIST CHURCH (U.S.) THE METHODIST LIBRARY CONFERENCE JOURNALS COLLECTION PAGE: 1 ALABAMA 1939-58 ALABAMA WEST FLORIDA 1959-1967 ALASKA MISSION 1941, 1949-1967 ATLANTA 1939-1951 BALTIMORE CALIFORNIA ORIENTAL MISSION 1939-1952

More information

UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED

UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED The National Guard Bureau Critical Infrastructure Program in Conjunction with the Joint Interagency Training and Education Center Brigadier General James A. Hoyer Director Joint Staff West Virginia National

More information

Revenues, Expenses, and Operating Profits of U. S. Lotteries, FY 2002

Revenues, Expenses, and Operating Profits of U. S. Lotteries, FY 2002 Revenues, Expenses, and Operating Profits of U. S. Lotteries, APPENDIX A Table A.1: Lottery Sales Excluding Sales From Video Lottery Terminals, Table A.2: Sales from Video Lottery Terminals Table A.3:

More information

NURSING HOME STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 2015

NURSING HOME STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 2015 NURSING HOME STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 2015 C. MCKEEN COWLES COWLES RESEARCH GROUP Acknowledgments We extend our appreciation to Craig Dickstein of Tamarack Professional Services, LLC for optimizing the SAS

More information

STATE ARTS AGENCY GRANT MAKING AND FUNDING

STATE ARTS AGENCY GRANT MAKING AND FUNDING STATE ARTS AGENCY GRANT MAKING AND FUNDING Each of America's 50 states and six jurisdictions has a government that works to make the cultural, civic, economic and educational benefits of the available

More information

YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH IS WORSENING AND ACCESS TO CARE IS LIMITED THERE IS A SHORTAGE OF PROVIDERS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS HELPING

YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH IS WORSENING AND ACCESS TO CARE IS LIMITED THERE IS A SHORTAGE OF PROVIDERS HEALTHCARE REFORM IS HELPING 2 3 4 MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE CONDITIONS ARE COMMON MOST AMERICANS LACK ACCESS TO CARE OF AMERICAN ADULTS WITH A MENTAL ILLNESS DID NOT RECEIVE TREATMENT ONE IN FIVE REPORT AN UNMET NEED NEARLY

More information

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee August 2015

Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee August 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Receipts August 2015 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget Current Current $ Change % Change Month Month from from Contribution Sources 2014-2015 2013-2014 Prior Year

More information

Pipeline Safety Regulations and the Effects on Operator Qualification Programs. March 28, 2017

Pipeline Safety Regulations and the Effects on Operator Qualification Programs. March 28, 2017 Pipeline Safety Regulations and the Effects on Operator Qualification Programs March 28, 2017 Community Assistance and Technical Services (CATS) Name Change Community Liaison (CL) Effective: January 1,

More information

Alabama Okay No Any recruiting or advertising without authorization is considered out of compliance. Not authorized

Alabama Okay No Any recruiting or advertising without authorization is considered out of compliance. Not authorized No recruitment should take place if the state is red in this column. General Guidelines: Representatives of the University of Utah, whether directly engaged as recruiters or not, must follow the regulations

More information

Students Serving on Local School Boards February 2009 (39 Responding State Associations)

Students Serving on Local School Boards February 2009 (39 Responding State Associations) Students Serving on Local School Boards February 2009 (39 Responding State Associations) Does your state have students serving on local school boards? State Yes How are the student board members selected/elected?

More information