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Emergency Conservation payments in 20th District of Texas (Rep. Joaquin Castro) totaled $1,134 from 1995-2012.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2012
Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2012
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Missouri$54,005,8496.9%6.9%
2Texas$50,214,9316.4%13.2%
3Mississippi$49,326,2876.3%19.5%
4North Carolina$47,531,7986.0%25.5%
5Kentucky$47,240,1076.0%31.5%
6Florida$42,656,5155.4%36.9%
7Alabama$41,632,2945.3%42.2%
8Georgia$34,883,1364.4%46.6%
9South Dakota$34,457,9724.4%51.0%
10California$34,333,9374.4%55.3%
11Iowa$31,407,4204.0%59.3%
12Oklahoma$30,729,4383.9%63.2%
13Arkansas$29,692,0243.8%67.0%
14Louisiana$28,502,9573.6%70.6%
15Tennessee$22,431,6092.8%73.5%
16Montana$22,249,4502.8%76.3%
17Virginia$17,766,2812.3%78.5%
18New York$14,754,2501.9%80.4%
19Nebraska$13,775,2461.7%82.1%
20West Virginia$10,858,2991.4%83.5%
21Ohio$10,838,7341.4%84.9%
22Illinois$10,103,5731.3%86.2%
23Washington$9,526,2681.2%87.4%
24Colorado$8,035,8031.0%88.4%
25Indiana$7,021,4790.9%89.3%
26Hawaii$6,700,3030.8%90.2%
27Idaho$6,071,0680.8%90.9%
28Pennsylvania$5,993,6110.8%91.7%
29Oregon$5,735,5030.7%92.4%
30South Carolina$5,546,2520.7%93.1%
31Wyoming$5,503,0150.7%93.8%
32Massachusetts$5,242,4740.7%94.5%
33Utah$5,110,2980.6%95.1%
34Vermont$5,072,4110.6%95.8%
35Minnesota$4,942,8320.6%96.4%
36Nevada$4,410,2400.6%97.0%
37New Mexico$3,817,6940.5%97.4%
38Kansas$3,441,8680.4%97.9%
39North Dakota$3,098,2810.4%98.3%
40Maine$2,909,6510.4%98.6%
41Wisconsin$2,486,2370.3%99.0%
42Arizona$1,659,9070.2%99.2%
43Michigan$1,506,1050.2%99.4%
44New Hampshire$1,450,0870.2%99.5%
45Maryland$1,440,3930.2%99.7%
46New Jersey$1,327,6980.2%99.9%
47Connecticut$602,0110.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$226,4840.0%100.0%
49Delaware$45,6650.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.