Commodity subsidies in 33rd District of Texas (Rep. Marc Veasey) totaled $0 in 2020

States Receiving Commodity Payments, 2020

Rank State Total Commodity Programs
2020
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Iowa$2,836,676,3388.3%8.3%
2Texas$2,285,068,2556.7%15.1%
3Minnesota$2,106,190,5246.2%21.2%
4California$2,067,246,1596.1%27.3%
5Nebraska$2,064,280,9896.1%33.4%
6Illinois$2,052,678,0906.0%39.4%
7Kansas$1,840,731,7405.4%44.8%
8South Dakota$1,441,760,9494.2%49.1%
9North Dakota$1,402,580,0864.1%53.2%
10Wisconsin$1,254,179,2753.7%56.9%
11Missouri$1,153,250,9693.4%60.3%
12Indiana$1,064,250,8983.1%63.4%
13Oklahoma$904,762,6232.7%66.1%
14Ohio$855,108,7552.5%68.6%
15Arkansas$763,469,4922.2%70.8%
16Michigan$705,710,3632.1%72.9%
17Georgia$680,417,3232.0%74.9%
18Montana$647,926,4401.9%76.8%
19Idaho$616,360,2011.8%78.6%
20Washington$582,750,5311.7%80.3%
21Mississippi$507,285,4071.5%81.8%
22Colorado$506,770,2731.5%83.3%
23Kentucky$502,887,1351.5%84.8%
24New York$493,490,1361.5%86.2%
25North Carolina$481,075,9001.4%87.7%
26Florida$432,370,2221.3%88.9%
27Tennessee$423,377,4941.2%90.2%
28Louisiana$416,072,3701.2%91.4%
29Pennsylvania$393,652,4991.2%92.6%
30Oregon$329,269,1501.0%93.5%
31Alabama$310,629,7480.9%94.4%
32Virginia$273,041,7950.8%95.2%
33New Mexico$250,401,6950.7%96.0%
34Arizona$193,076,2430.6%96.5%
35Wyoming$159,384,1780.5%97.0%
36South Carolina$154,486,9810.5%97.5%
37Utah$147,530,0530.4%97.9%
38Maine$103,653,5670.3%98.2%
39Maryland$101,394,4720.3%98.5%
40Vermont$80,199,2130.2%98.7%
41Puerto Rico$59,215,6340.2%98.9%
42New Jersey$58,843,8450.2%99.1%
43Nevada$50,055,5920.1%99.2%
44Alaska$49,742,7410.1%99.4%
45Massachusetts$48,180,9810.1%99.5%
46West Virginia$47,572,9310.1%99.7%
47Hawaii$38,455,9560.1%99.8%
48Delaware$30,660,6730.1%99.9%
49Connecticut$26,953,6340.1%99.9%
50New Hampshire$12,331,3840.0%100.0%
51Rhode Island$7,964,6850.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

 

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