Table 7.6

Total State Expenditures: Capital Inclusive (In millions of dollars)


  Actual fiscal 2020 Estimated fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General fund Federal funds Other state funds Bonds Total General fund Federal funds Other state funds Bonds Total
Total$ 895,175$ 796,685$ 565,267$ 42,503

$ 2,299,629

$ 923,131$ 1,074,978$ 610,722$ 45,487$ 2,654,318
01Alabama (a)10,17212,2748,966226

31,638

9,39612,7939,22724631,662
02Alaska5,7164,8071,4070

11,930

6,5996,4411,880014,920
04Arizona11,22116,89512,180488

40,784

11,46415,96717,23843345,102
05Arkansas5,4829,49812,73956

27,775

5,46512,30013,4065131,222
06California146,285148,99655,0866,718

357,085

166,083277,22061,6927,855512,850
08Colorado12,18711,31011,458686

35,641

11,14215,5399,49667336,850
09Connecticut19,1896,5936,3581,891

34,031

20,0567,4556,3271,86635,704
10Delaware4,5142,7064,402265

11,887

4,5193,9564,52328713,285
12Florida33,89332,18818,3761,534

85,991

34,75135,26120,5301,72792,269
13Georgia28,17918,17813,3141,096

60,767

28,07015,69112,95398357,697
15Hawaii8,0352,8356,0361,228

18,134

8,7565,2519,1831,21124,401
16Idaho4,4704,9842,2540

11,708

4,3578,0533,034015,444
17Illinois36,06518,00822,4121,329

77,814

37,73324,36723,4571,94687,503
18Indiana16,67914,9016,0760

37,656

18,13620,3196,243044,698
19Iowa7,8329,7728,4420

26,046

7,8279,37510,375027,577
20Kansas7,5224,6496,718523

19,412

7,5886,2946,96340621,251
21Kentucky11,62217,1819,6310

38,434

11,38221,2199,469042,070
22Louisiana9,64514,4806,697256

31,078

10,07318,6118,60441037,698
23Maine (b)3,8254,1832,402135

10,545

3,7555,6182,57215912,104
24Maryland18,96116,03812,4851,092

48,576

19,25922,38613,5781,21556,438
25Massachusetts (c)29,50816,72614,2842,567

63,085

32,16319,33913,8193,17068,491
26Michigan (d)8,95425,94927,007408

62,318

10,98235,76024,96581772,524
27Minnesota23,77812,1946,161856

42,989

23,97815,6139,70571350,009
28Mississippi5,7328,4915,019677

19,919

5,58610,9455,7001,01423,245
29Missouri9,1519,7268,39538

27,310

9,75911,4738,538829,778
30Montana2,3303,3472,6250

8,302

2,3905,9462,797011,133
31Nebraska4,4993,0295,3730

12,901

4,5265,0815,460015,067
32Nevada4,4674,8695,7380

15,074

4,5405,6496,0386316,290
33New Hampshire1,6882,8672,28481

6,920

1,6063,5852,338337,562
34New Jersey37,09718,3219,1292,212

66,759

40,46122,1079,8172,71675,101
35New Mexico6,8539,5575,543394

22,347

7,27412,6145,05937925,326
36New York77,46960,68828,6546,170

172,981

74,09571,68533,6887,119186,587
37North Carolina24,60225,31210,7131,028

61,655

24,48722,26711,8051,32759,886
38North Dakota2,3331,8612,84222

7,058

2,2842,7493,2481228,403
__Ohio €22,52027,57823,2391,219

74,556

22,89234,35122,9631,01081,216
40Oklahoma6,4868,7629,192359

24,799

5,56610,78411,00341527,768
41Oregon11,62313,50323,316365

48,807

10,29421,26027,78227359,609
42Pennsylvania36,34936,74122,332596

96,018

38,77741,70922,592700103,778
44Rhode Island3,9374,4752,606399

11,417

3,9837,5392,80479915,125
45South Carolina8,6588,9939,174124

26,949

8,57412,0358,7894529,443
46South Dakota1,7031,8341,27440

4,851

1,8613,5341,30786,710
47Tennessee (f)15,20814,2386,6020

36,048

16,71623,0216,5785546,370
48Texas63,10047,93024,961405

136,396

61,37955,12926,217509143,234
49Utah7,2794,7865,0231,067

18,155

8,5029,1196,069023,690
50Vermont1,5392,2242,34765

6,175

1,6233,2622,351547,290
51Virginia21,91515,06525,9741,472

64,426

22,59020,38230,6271,41575,014
53Washington23,96714,12513,4382,769

54,299

26,39519,81412,8142,78961,812
54West Virginia3,8504,8539,334459

18,496

3,6915,6969,20546619,058
55Wisconsin17,32712,95321,5540

51,834

18,27617,57423,506059,356
56Wyoming (g)1,5078442,3570

4,708

1,4708402,38804,698
11Dist. of Columbia8,2524,3681,3381,188

15,145

N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

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

Notes:

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

Key:

N/A — Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Amounts shown in fiscal years 2019 and 2020 are based on actual expenditures during these years, regardless of the year appropriated. Fiscal 2021 amounts shown are equal to actual expenditures through 9 months (June 30, 2021) and then annualized for the year.

(b)

Fiscal expenditures reflect the significant additional federal COVID relief funds that were available and used in nearly all expense categories.

(c)

General Fund totals differ from the Fiscal Survey of States due to certain transfers to non-budgeted funds. The Fiscal Survey reflects such transfers as spent from the General Fund, whereas the State Expenditure Report captures spending from the non-budgeted funds directly.

(d)

Fiscal 2021 estimated expenditures are equal to FY 2021 appropriations enacted as of July 7, 2021.

(e)

Federal reimbursements for Medicaid expenditures funded from the General Revenue Fund (GRF) are deposited into the GRF. Federal reimbursements for Medicaid expenditures from non-GRF sources are deposited into the appropriate federal fund. Expenditures of GRF federal funds have been removed from the GRF number presented in this report to be consistent with budget presentations in other NASBO surveys. Also, inherent in Ohio’s budgetary accounting environment are significant overstatements of total state spending due to two phenomena. First, fiduciary fund expenditures represent the distribution of funds collected by the state on behalf of other entities. These are not operating, program, or subsidy expenditures of the state. Examples of this would be the collection and distribution of county and local permissive sales taxes or motor vehicle registration taxes. Fiduciary fund group expenditures totaled $8,636.9 million in fiscal 2021. Second, “double counting” of revenue and expenditures related to intrastate transactions overstates overall state expenditure activity. Intrastate transactions totaled $720.7 million in fiscal 2021. These accounting practices will tend to make Ohio’s “All-Other” expenditures look higher, on a dollar and percentage basis, and conversely make Ohio’s other categories look lower, on a percentage basis, relative to other states that don’t follow similar practices.

(f)

Tennessee collects personal income tax on income from dividends on stocks and interest on certain bonds. Legislation was passed in 2017 to annually reduce this tax to zero by fiscal year 2022. Tax revenue estimates do not include federal funds and other departmental revenues. However, federal funds and other departmental revenues are included in the budget as funding sources for the general fund, along with state tax revenues.

(g)

Part of Wyoming’s yearly variation in expenditure totals is due to the fact that the state budgets on a two-year cycle.