Fish Subsidies in 52nd District of California (Rep. Scott Peters) totaled $8,678 from 1995-2017.

States Receiving fish subsidies, 1995-2017

Rank State Fish Subsidies
1995-2017
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$11,092,61643.9%43.9%
2Alaska$5,996,26623.7%67.7%
3Washington$3,097,79212.3%79.9%
4Louisiana$1,451,9145.7%85.7%
5Mississippi$903,4063.6%89.3%
6South Carolina$419,5271.7%90.9%
7Florida$377,6341.5%92.4%
8Georgia$352,6191.4%93.8%
9Alabama$325,5151.3%95.1%
10North Carolina$288,2501.1%96.2%
11California$242,3761.0%97.2%
12Oregon$221,3510.9%98.1%
13Arizona$88,2270.3%98.4%
14Arkansas$73,0340.3%98.7%
15Hawaii$62,2780.2%99.0%
16Idaho$37,3280.1%99.1%
17Minnesota$32,5140.1%99.2%
18Wyoming$27,5850.1%99.4%
19Montana$22,9080.1%99.4%
20Colorado$17,7180.1%99.5%
21Utah$15,6120.1%99.6%
22Virginia$14,3750.1%99.6%
23Wisconsin$14,0600.1%99.7%
24Ohio$10,6140.0%99.7%
25Vermont$10,0690.0%99.8%
26Indiana$10,0440.0%99.8%
27New York$9,6670.0%99.8%
28New Mexico$7,8730.0%99.9%
29Nevada$4,7310.0%99.9%
30Nebraska$4,4050.0%99.9%
31Massachusetts$4,2550.0%99.9%
32New Hampshire$3,3130.0%99.9%
33Maine$3,0520.0%100.0%
34South Dakota$2,5630.0%100.0%
35Oklahoma$2,3220.0%100.0%
36Delaware$2,1010.0%100.0%
37Michigan$1,7230.0%100.0%
38Illinois$8750.0%100.0%
39Maryland$8020.0%100.0%
40Kentucky$2360.0%100.0%
41Pennsylvania$700.0%100.0%
42Iowa$190.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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