Table 7.10

Total Public Assistance Expenditures (In millions of dollars)


  Actual Fiscal 2019 Actual Fiscal 2020 Estimated Fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General
Fund
Feberal
Funds
Other
State
Total General
Fund
Feberal
Funds
Other
State
Total General
Fund
Feberal
Funds
Other
State
Total
Total$7,752$14,715$2,534$25,001

$7,768

$15,005$2,413$25,186$9,363$19,146$3,023$31,532
01Alabama023023031031029029
02Alaska84160100

59

53011264640128
04Arizona021021021021021021
05Arkansas14730129477

158

3214352214360946798
06California3,5394,5372,26910,345

3,370

4,7102,09510,1754,6194,7622,60811,989
08Colorado01,44701,447

14

261313061927931329
09Connecticut38500385

$381

$0$0$38137100371
10Delaware191222

18

2121152219
12Florida127170144

120

230143103300133
13Georgia031803180317031703270327
15Hawaii4510055

50

110615421075
16Idaho161017

15

2017160016
17Illinois10500105

134

0013418500185
18Indiana (a)212110232

20

1530173201150135
19Iowa4539892

48

35588477218137
20Kansas012012013013012012
21Kentucky551010156

52

1900242501630213
22Louisiana011501150142014201690169
23Maine326692190

43

57100200467698220
24Maryland (b)4299291,043

44

1,336141,3941282,607332,768
25Massachusetts51320515

548

105495292220751
26Michigan987014182

117

71122001437713233
27Minnesota1701860356

185

17203572521780430
28Mississippi257294758

24

8005829231,04611,070
29Missouri357031136

30

8425139319235158
30Montana1220032

13

160291112023
31Nebraska1228040

9

310401128039
32Nevada56470103

25

160412520045
33New Hampshire137410178

61

380995528083
34New Jersey11300131

144

4701911441000244
35New Mexico1,0383,08804,126

1

1,08901,09012,97902,980
36New York584458160

1,065

2,62203,6871,2682,24003,508
37North Carolina0404

58

4458160583858154
38North Dakota149663081202240314
39Ohio78640142

134

75108851445950739
40Oklahoma45932140

87

75016284410125
41Oregon2855952882

57

62212150742126
42Pennsylvania30910121

237

536277524395221,197
44Rhode Island3542178

29

89011828720100
45South Carolina910019

26

561833057491
46South Dakota1339052

9

10019910019
47Tennessee453048

3

7507841010105
48Texas1956075

44

5049495054
49Utah2266492

21

500712037057
50Vermont43850128

21

727100299962190
51Virginia511300181

78

2670345814270508
53Washington2868096

55

1260181551620217
54West Virginia633975

28

86011428920120
55Wisconsin0000

61

3973781988
56Wyoming000000000000
11Dist. of Columbia761001177

72

311104N/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, 2021 State Expenditure Report.

Notes:

This table reflects TANF and other cash assistance expenditures.

1. Small dollar amounts, when rounded, cause an aberration in the percentage increase. In these instances, the actual dollar amounts should be consulted to determine the exact percentage increase.

2. “State funds” refers to general funds plus other state fund spending. State spending from bonds is excluded.

3. “Total funds” refers to funding from all sources — general fund, federal funds, other state funds and bonds. For all states, Medicaid reflects provider taxes, fees, assessments, donations, and local funds in Other State Funds.

Key:

N/A — Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Expenditure amounts for TANF now exclude the approximately $61M transfer to Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) program. CCDF federal expenditures are included in “All Other” category.

(b)

The $80 million increase in TANF General Funds and Federal Funds from FY 2020 to FY 2021 is due increased public assistance cases resulting from the impacts of COVID-19. The increase in Federal Funds is largely driven by increased Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs and related Pandemic EBT benefits.