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Corn Subsidies** in 7th District of Minnesota (Rep. Collin C.Peterson) totaled $2.6 billion from 1995-2012.

States Receiving corn subsidies**, 1995-2012
Rank State Corn Subsidies**
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$15,314,189,38218.1%18.1%
2Illinois$12,749,088,21015.1%33.2%
3Nebraska$9,445,077,93611.2%44.4%
4Minnesota$8,164,656,4619.7%54.1%
5Indiana$6,234,211,1487.4%61.5%
6South Dakota$3,977,592,4554.7%66.2%
7Ohio$3,736,899,0804.4%70.6%
8Wisconsin$3,661,069,7114.3%75.0%
9Kansas$3,125,754,6723.7%78.7%
10Missouri$2,853,435,3993.4%82.0%
11Michigan$2,290,224,7842.7%84.8%
12Texas$1,875,788,6092.2%87.0%
13North Dakota$1,507,610,0781.8%88.8%
14Kentucky$1,337,799,2681.6%90.3%
15Colorado$1,267,772,5231.5%91.8%
16North Carolina$791,327,1430.9%92.8%
17Pennsylvania$750,727,3450.9%93.7%
18New York$723,446,5980.9%94.5%
19Tennessee$582,325,0130.7%95.2%
20Maryland$422,752,7950.5%95.7%
21Virginia$414,080,7960.5%96.2%
22Georgia$346,373,0690.4%96.6%
23California$304,821,9430.4%97.0%
24South Carolina$293,568,5860.3%97.3%
25Louisiana$285,858,1000.3%97.7%
26Mississippi$277,122,4270.3%98.0%
27Oklahoma$200,042,5200.2%98.2%
28Alabama$173,979,2010.2%98.4%
29Arkansas$153,513,1580.2%98.6%
30Delaware$132,622,8960.2%98.8%
31New Mexico$121,281,8470.1%98.9%
32Idaho$95,656,0910.1%99.0%
33Washington$80,512,0360.1%99.1%
34Wyoming$75,705,5570.1%99.2%
35New Jersey$64,104,5250.1%99.3%
36Vermont$63,725,7780.1%99.4%
37West Virginia$51,296,5480.1%99.4%
38Florida$50,628,7640.1%99.5%
39Montana$47,786,6810.1%99.5%
40Arizona$38,822,5810.0%99.6%
41Utah$33,082,7590.0%99.6%
42Oregon$32,251,0150.0%99.7%
43Connecticut$25,789,4010.0%99.7%
44Maine$25,447,8170.0%99.7%
45Massachusetts$17,008,1750.0%99.8%
46New Hampshire$13,183,0440.0%99.8%
47Rhode Island$918,5280.0%99.8%
48Nevada$895,1350.0%99.8%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.