USDA subsidies in 14th District of Michigan (Rep. Brenda Lawrence) totaled $0 in 2019

Total USDA - Subsidies by state, 2019

Rank State Total USDA - Subsidies
2019
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Illinois$332,592,14010.6%10.6%
2Iowa$321,117,92310.3%20.9%
3Missouri$231,067,8177.4%28.3%
4Kansas$229,318,4607.3%35.6%
5Indiana$193,601,8416.2%41.8%
6Texas$184,588,6495.9%47.7%
7Ohio$171,490,1845.5%53.2%
8Nebraska$154,190,9914.9%58.1%
9North Dakota$153,381,1024.9%63.0%
10Minnesota$150,721,6374.8%67.8%
11Arkansas$121,971,8013.9%71.7%
12South Dakota$92,511,3203.0%74.7%
13Michigan$75,186,4782.4%77.1%
14North Carolina$74,272,2962.4%79.5%
15Mississippi$74,093,5272.4%81.8%
16Kentucky$70,844,0012.3%84.1%
17Tennessee$60,524,5781.9%86.0%
18Wisconsin$55,755,4051.8%87.8%
19Georgia$53,308,2581.7%89.5%
20Oklahoma$39,168,6991.3%90.8%
21Alabama$36,008,8911.2%91.9%
22California$32,516,9671.0%93.0%
23Virginia$30,534,6551.0%93.9%
24Maryland$28,976,5340.9%94.9%
25Pennsylvania$27,879,4010.9%95.8%
26Louisiana$20,762,8700.7%96.4%
27South Carolina$20,605,8580.7%97.1%
28New York$15,797,6490.5%97.6%
29Washington$15,609,9750.5%98.1%
30Colorado$11,987,9520.4%98.5%
31Arizona$11,297,8850.4%98.8%
32Idaho$6,977,0570.2%99.1%
33Montana$6,309,1100.2%99.3%
34Delaware$5,900,2380.2%99.4%
35New Mexico$4,785,5490.2%99.6%
36New Jersey$4,251,3430.1%99.7%
37Florida$2,701,4480.1%99.8%
38Oregon$2,562,8700.1%99.9%
39West Virginia$1,227,4680.0%99.9%
40Utah$675,5630.0%100.0%
41Vermont$557,8470.0%100.0%
42Wyoming$186,7670.0%100.0%
43Nevada$182,8870.0%100.0%
44Maine$56,1630.0%100.0%
45Connecticut$45,5200.0%100.0%
46Hawaii$44,0090.0%100.0%
47Massachusetts$29,0560.0%100.0%
48New Hampshire$4,2440.0%100.0%
49Rhode Island$3,3600.0%100.0%
50Alaska$2730.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019.

 

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