List of U.S. state budgets

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Credit Ratings for state debt from S&P Global as of January 2017.
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This is a list of U.S. state government budgets as enacted by each state's legislature. Note that a number of states have a two-year or three year budget (e.g.: Kentucky) while others have a one-year budget (e.g.: Massachusetts).

State Budget (billions $)[note 1] FY Reference Budget per capita (in $)[note 1] S&P Credit rating in January 2017[1]
 Alabama 32.1 2019 [2] 6,577 201 AA
 Alaska 8.3 2020 [3] 11,254 211 AA+
 Arizona 43.4 2020 [4] 6,050 201 AA
 Arkansas 31.8 2018 [5] 10,585 201 AA
 California 214.8 2019-20 [6] 5,430 191 AA-
 Colorado 35.5 2019-20 [7] 6,236 201 AA
 Connecticut 21.5 2020 [8] 6,025 191 AA-
 Delaware 4.5 2020 [9] 4,603 221 AAA
 Florida 91.1 2020 [10] 4,277 221 AAA
 Georgia 48.7 2020 [11] 4,634 221 AAA
 Hawaii 15.4 2020 [12] 10,810 211 AA+
 Idaho 7.9 2018 [13] 4,601 211 AA+
 Illinois 40.1 2020 [14] 3,147 141BBB
 Indiana 21.0 2020 [15] 3,147 221 AAA
 Iowa 8.9 2020 [16][17] 2,815 221 AAA
 Kansas 18.4 2020 [18] 6,320 191 AA-
 Kentucky 36.6 2020 [19] 8,069 181 A+
 Louisiana 35.4 2018 [20] 7,591 201 AA
 Maine 8.0 2020-21 [21] 5,962 201 AA
 Maryland 51.2 2020 [22][23] 8,475 221 AAA
 Massachusetts 41.9 2019[note 2] [25] 6,068 211 AA+
 Michigan 56.8 2018-19 [26] 5,680 191 AA-
 Minnesota 23.9 2020 [27] 4,268 211 AA+
 Mississippi 21.1 2020 [28] 7,059 201 AA
 Missouri 30.0 2020 [29] 4,898 221 AAA
 Montana 5.1 2020 [30] 4,793 201 AA
 Nebraska 9.7 2019-20 [31] 5,024 221 AAA
 Nevada 26.3 2017–19 [32] 8,772 201 AA
 New Hampshire 6.0 2019[note 3] [34] 4,398 201 AA
 New Jersey 55.4 2020 [35] 6,224 161 A-
 New Mexico 19.1 2020 [36] 9,101 211 AA+
 New York 177 2020 [37] 9,087 211 AA+
 North Carolina 23.9 2018-19[note 4] [39] 2,303 221 AAA
  North Dakota 14.7 2019-21 [40] 19,328 211 AA+
 Ohio 69 2019-21 [41] 5,902 211 AA+
 Oklahoma 8.1 2020 [42] 2,062 211 AA+
 Oregon 75.7 2017–19[note 5] [44] 18,273 211 AA+
 Pennsylvania 34.0 2019-20 [45] 2,655 191 AA-
 Rhode Island 10.0 2020 [46] 9,430 201 AA
 South Carolina 29.5 2019-20 [47] 5,810 211 AA+
 South Dakota 4.9 2020 [48] 5,575 221 AAA
 Tennessee 38.6 2019-20 [49] 5,695 221 AAA
 Texas 107.9 2019 [50] 3,759 221 AAA
 Utah 21.0 2020 [51] 6,648 221 AAA
 Vermont 6.0 2020 [52] 9,580 211 AA+
 Virginia 63.9 2020 [53] 7,499 221 AAA
 Washington 118.4 2019-21 [54] 15,707 211 AA+
 West Virginia 13.8 2020 [55] 7,652 191 AA-
 Wisconsin 40.1 2019-20 [56] 6,901 201 AA
 Wyoming 8.9 2019-20 [57] 15,419 221 AAA
  1. ^ a b Some figures are approximate.
  2. ^ The FY 2020 budget for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has not yet been passed.[24]
  3. ^ The FY 2020 budget for the State of New Hampshire passed by the legislature was vetoed by the Governor.[33]
  4. ^ The FY 2020 budget for the State of North Carolina passed by the legislature was vetoed by the Governor.[38]
  5. ^ The legislature passed the FY 2020-21 budget for the State of Oregon, but it has not yet been signed by the Governor.[43]

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