Total Price Loss Coverage payments in 2nd District of Kansas (Rep. Steve Watkins) totaled $46.1 million from 1995-2020‡.

States Receiving Total Price Loss Coverage payments, 1995-2020‡

Rank State Total Price Loss Coverage
1995-2020‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Texas$1,810,890,83118.2%18.2%
2Arkansas$1,513,333,20515.2%33.3%
3Georgia$932,193,1269.3%42.7%
4North Dakota$605,940,0546.1%48.8%
5Kansas$589,960,3505.9%54.7%
6Louisiana$542,906,9715.4%60.1%
7Montana$489,057,8524.9%65.0%
8Missouri$479,976,7544.8%69.8%
9Mississippi$376,203,0373.8%73.6%
10Oklahoma$332,653,1363.3%77.0%
11Alabama$258,162,8092.6%79.5%
12Colorado$239,439,2782.4%82.0%
13Idaho$210,584,2542.1%84.1%
14Nebraska$190,935,3671.9%86.0%
15North Carolina$176,563,2801.8%87.7%
16South Dakota$154,065,6171.5%89.3%
17California$149,836,3071.5%90.8%
18Florida$127,715,6511.3%92.1%
19South Carolina$102,805,2671.0%93.1%
20Virginia$84,449,5510.8%94.0%
21New Mexico$78,075,4710.8%94.7%
22Illinois$72,742,7420.7%95.5%
23Arizona$56,785,4750.6%96.0%
24Minnesota$47,524,8100.5%96.5%
25Washington$43,082,8370.4%96.9%
26Iowa$40,229,5360.4%97.4%
27Tennessee$35,878,5090.4%97.7%
28Ohio$33,610,6820.3%98.0%
29Oregon$27,698,1000.3%98.3%
30Utah$24,775,6450.2%98.6%
31Wyoming$24,343,3990.2%98.8%
32Kentucky$23,863,6210.2%99.1%
33Michigan$22,719,2090.2%99.3%
34Indiana$21,426,8440.2%99.5%
35Wisconsin$14,480,4170.1%99.6%
36Maryland$14,425,1860.1%99.8%
37Pennsylvania$8,155,9540.1%99.9%
38Delaware$5,118,2530.1%99.9%
39New York$2,891,7540.0%100.0%
40Nevada$2,177,2470.0%100.0%
41New Jersey$792,8650.0%100.0%
42Maine$655,7720.0%100.0%
43Connecticut$387,7400.0%100.0%
44Alaska$365,5600.0%100.0%
45West Virginia$158,3490.0%100.0%
46Vermont$132,2820.0%100.0%
47New Hampshire$119,0480.0%100.0%
48Rhode Island$24,2080.0%100.0%
49Massachusetts$12,8960.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2020 includes payments made by USDA through June 30, 2020 and does not include crop insurance premium subsidies.

 

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