Subtotal, Disaster Payments in Morton County, North Dakota totaled $41.1 million from 1995-2014.

SELECT * FROM regionsummary WHERE progcode='total_dis' and regtype='STATE' and mtotal!=0 ORDER BY mtotal DESC

States Receiving Subtotal, Disaster Payments payments, 1995-2014

Rank State Subtotal, Disaster Payments
1995-2014
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$4,832,481,85516.7%16.7%
2Oklahoma$2,080,646,1167.2%23.8%
3North Dakota$2,031,605,1117.0%30.9%
4Kansas$1,851,897,2996.4%37.2%
5South Dakota$1,499,438,8315.2%42.4%
6Nebraska$1,380,003,4704.8%47.2%
7Florida$1,041,685,3573.6%50.8%
8California$992,235,3413.4%54.2%
9Missouri$921,239,1083.2%57.4%
10Georgia$870,512,7373.0%60.4%
11Colorado$853,476,7372.9%63.3%
12Montana$792,991,7242.7%66.0%
13Minnesota$789,878,6472.7%68.8%
14Iowa$775,880,9992.7%71.4%
15Arkansas$654,704,9352.3%73.7%
16North Carolina$620,825,4892.1%75.8%
17New Mexico$503,964,2361.7%77.6%
18Alabama$449,432,0251.6%79.1%
19Illinois$434,953,6931.5%80.6%
20Ohio$403,977,6721.4%82.0%
21Mississippi$390,512,8991.3%83.4%
22Michigan$380,352,1581.3%84.7%
23Wisconsin$370,256,7811.3%86.0%
24Indiana$353,355,8701.2%87.2%
25Washington$326,356,0881.1%88.3%
26Wyoming$315,006,2151.1%89.4%
27Louisiana$313,639,1931.1%90.5%
28Kentucky$309,553,5991.1%91.5%
29Tennessee$301,525,7641.0%92.6%
30Idaho$268,380,6250.9%93.5%
31Virginia$262,650,8330.9%94.4%
32South Carolina$245,316,3340.8%95.3%
33Oregon$213,010,3830.7%96.0%
34New York$196,461,6360.7%96.7%
35Utah$185,458,7400.6%97.3%
36Pennsylvania$150,450,9940.5%97.8%
37Arizona$122,862,1260.4%98.3%
38Nevada$80,186,2330.3%98.5%
39Maryland$69,038,6220.2%98.8%
40Hawaii$59,235,8610.2%99.0%
41Massachusetts$53,069,2500.2%99.2%
42New Jersey$53,064,2330.2%99.3%
43Vermont$51,358,8370.2%99.5%
44Connecticut$37,820,7090.1%99.6%
45Maine$36,852,5510.1%99.8%
46Delaware$24,585,4710.1%99.9%
47West Virginia$23,331,0900.1%99.9%
48New Hampshire$7,566,6110.0%100.0%
49Alaska$5,092,6050.0%100.0%
50Rhode Island$4,150,8730.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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