Total Price Loss Coverage payments in 11th District of California (Rep. Mark DeSaulnier) totaled $0 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2017

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,078,079,09618.2%18.2%
2Arkansas$905,592,68215.3%33.5%
3Georgia$616,286,82410.4%43.9%
4North Dakota$349,536,5695.9%49.8%
5Kansas$347,554,9595.9%55.6%
6Louisiana$315,692,5465.3%60.9%
7Montana$285,619,5024.8%65.8%
8Missouri$274,193,1484.6%70.4%
9Oklahoma$214,895,8503.6%74.0%
10Mississippi$210,534,5553.6%77.6%
11Alabama$166,346,5722.8%80.4%
12Colorado$143,929,3612.4%82.8%
13Idaho$115,853,6692.0%84.8%
14Nebraska$113,409,1911.9%86.7%
15North Carolina$107,919,3311.8%88.5%
16South Dakota$90,264,7691.5%90.0%
17Florida$82,846,2541.4%91.4%
18South Carolina$66,475,1591.1%92.5%
19California$60,124,0991.0%93.5%
20Virginia$53,948,7360.9%94.4%
21New Mexico$45,974,3270.8%95.2%
22Illinois$42,639,8120.7%95.9%
23Arizona$26,989,5280.5%96.4%
24Minnesota$26,442,5960.4%96.8%
25Washington$24,822,2590.4%97.3%
26Ohio$20,362,2080.3%97.6%
27Iowa$19,800,0220.3%97.9%
28Oregon$16,515,7710.3%98.2%
29Kentucky$14,560,4000.2%98.5%
30Utah$14,410,7820.2%98.7%
31Wyoming$13,431,4760.2%98.9%
32Michigan$12,952,1050.2%99.2%
33Tennessee$12,102,8240.2%99.4%
34Indiana$11,212,7640.2%99.5%
35Maryland$8,349,7010.1%99.7%
36Wisconsin$7,673,0390.1%99.8%
37Pennsylvania$4,187,9210.1%99.9%
38Delaware$2,951,6890.0%99.9%
39New York$1,516,3200.0%100.0%
40Nevada$1,187,5700.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$438,3160.0%100.0%
42Connecticut$172,3750.0%100.0%
43West Virginia$77,1090.0%100.0%
44Maine$73,1700.0%100.0%
45Vermont$65,9220.0%100.0%
46New Hampshire$61,0840.0%100.0%
47Alaska$28,2660.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$10,9680.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$1,1470.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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