Change in states' fiscal 2013 federal grant funding resulting from sequestration and the current continuing resolution

State Total loss or gain relative to fiscal 2012 funding (millions) Percent cut or increase relative to fiscal 2012 funding
Louisiana -$896 -8.5%
Indiana -$466 -4.2%
Maine -$116 -4.0%
Connecticut -$225 -3.5%
Massachusetts -$308 -2.4%
Missouri -$250 -2.1%
New Mexico -$115 -1.9%
Kentucky -$162 -1.7%
Illinois -$320 -1.6%
Washington -$159 -1.5%
Minnesota -$135 -1.4%
Michigan -$248 -1.3%
District of Columbia -$35 -1.2%
South Carolina -$99 -1.2%
Pennsylvania -$295 -1.2%
South Dakota -$18 -1.2%
North Dakota -$16 -1.1%
Alabama -$62 -0.7%
Nebraska -$18 -0.6%
Rhode Island -$14 -0.6%
Kansas -$22 -0.5%
Hawaii -$12 -0.5%
California -$252 -0.4%
Delaware -$2 -0.1%
Georgia -$7 0.0%
Utah $2 0.0%
Wyoming $1 0.1%
Montana $8 0.4%
Maryland $44 0.5%
North Carolina $95 0.6%
Wisconsin $69 0.7%
Iowa $55 1.0%
Colorado $79 1.2%
Texas $499 1.2%
Oregon $90 1.2%
Ohio $284 1.3%
New Jersey $171 1.3%
Nevada $46 1.4%
West Virginia $76 1.7%
Florida $571 2.0%
Arkansas $139 2.2%
New Hampshire $36 2.2%
Alaska $64 2.5%
Mississippi $189 2.5%
Virginia $271 2.7%
New York $1,575 2.9%
Arizona $411 3.2%
Tennessee $429 3.2%
Oklahoma $289 4.1%
Idaho $147 5.3%
Vermont $91 5.6%

Note: These totals do not include funding for Federal Highway Administration programs whose funding was reduced or zeroed out due to the reclassification of program funding under MAP-21.

Source: Author's analysis of Federal Funds Information for States data

View the underlying data on epi.org.