Emergency Conservation payments in 4th District of Arizona (Rep. Paul Gosar) totaled $538,715 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Emergency Conservation payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Emergency Conservation
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Missouri$64,919,1816.7%6.7%
2North Carolina$63,098,4736.5%13.3%
3Texas$60,001,1426.2%19.5%
4Mississippi$50,498,1125.2%24.7%
5Alabama$49,404,3205.1%29.8%
6Kentucky$48,466,3295.0%34.8%
7Florida$45,516,3424.7%39.6%
8South Dakota$42,781,7494.4%44.0%
9Oklahoma$42,086,6684.4%48.4%
10Georgia$40,289,6104.2%52.5%
11California$39,974,0484.1%56.7%
12Arkansas$38,613,2444.0%60.7%
13Iowa$36,611,6683.8%64.5%
14Louisiana$29,556,9643.1%67.5%
15Montana$27,699,5072.9%70.4%
16Tennessee$27,417,3462.8%73.2%
17Nebraska$24,326,9262.5%75.8%
18South Carolina$20,214,6822.1%77.8%
19Virginia$18,207,6161.9%79.7%
20Washington$16,326,1751.7%81.4%
21New York$15,799,9831.6%83.1%
22Ohio$12,721,0121.3%84.4%
23West Virginia$12,654,8911.3%85.7%
24Oregon$11,344,9211.2%86.9%
25Hawaii$11,342,3061.2%88.0%
26Illinois$10,856,7831.1%89.2%
27Colorado$10,534,0721.1%90.3%
28Kansas$9,691,8301.0%91.3%
29Idaho$8,628,1080.9%92.2%
30Wyoming$8,582,7410.9%93.0%
31Indiana$7,051,1670.7%93.8%
32Vermont$6,340,3070.7%94.4%
33Pennsylvania$6,127,4740.6%95.1%
34New Mexico$6,002,3510.6%95.7%
35Minnesota$5,616,1050.6%96.3%
36Utah$5,578,9150.6%96.8%
37Massachusetts$5,538,1450.6%97.4%
38Nevada$5,188,1210.5%98.0%
39Maine$3,480,3190.4%98.3%
40North Dakota$3,136,1010.3%98.6%
41Arizona$3,094,7040.3%99.0%
42Wisconsin$2,651,4130.3%99.2%
43New Hampshire$1,818,7010.2%99.4%
44New Jersey$1,591,5780.2%99.6%
45Michigan$1,542,4300.2%99.8%
46Maryland$1,476,6950.2%99.9%
47Connecticut$612,0450.1%100.0%
48Rhode Island$240,4820.0%100.0%
49Delaware$45,6650.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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