State budget shortfalls for fiscal year 2012
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FY12 Projected ShortfallShortfall as Percent of FY11 BudgetData from Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
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New HampshireDKna
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TennesseeDKNa
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Nevada$1.5 billion45.2%
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New Jersey$10.5 billion37.4%
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Texas$13.4 billion31.5%
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California*$25.4 billion29.3%
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Oregon*$1.8 billion25%
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Minnesota$3.8 billion23.6%
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Louisiana$1.6 billion20.7%
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New York$10.0 billion18.7%
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Connecticut$3.2 billion18%
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State total$111.9 billion17.6%
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South Carolina$877 million17.4%
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Pennsylvania$4.2 billion16.4%
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Vermont$176 million16.3%
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Washington$2.5 billion16.2%
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Maine$436 million16.1%
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Florida$3.6 billion14.9%
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Illinois$4.9 billion14.6%
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Mississippi$634 million14.1%
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Alabama$979 million13.9%
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Colorado$988 million13.8%
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Virginia*$2.0 billion13.1%
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Wisconsin$1.8 billion12.8%
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North Carolina$2.4 billion12.7%
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Arizona$974 million11.5%
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Rhode Island$331 million11.3%
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Ohio*$3.0 billion11%
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South Dakota$127 million10.9%
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Maryland$1.4 billion10.7%
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Oklahoma$500 million9.4%
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Nebraska$314 million9.2%
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Kentucky*$780 million9.1%
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Missouri$704 million9.1%
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Kansas$492 million8.8%
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New Mexico$450 million8.3%
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Hawaii$410 million8.2%
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Utah$390 million8.2%
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Georgia$1.3 billion7.9%
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Delaware$208 million6.3%
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Michigan$1.3 billion5.9%
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Massachusetts$1.8 billion5.7%
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District of Columbia$322 million5.2%
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Idaho$92 million3.9%
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Iowa$186 million3.5%
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Indiana$270 million2%
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Note: Kentucky and Virginia have two-year budgets. They closed their FY2012 shortfalls when they enacted their budgets for the FY2011-FY2012 biennium. California’s shortfall includes an $8.2 billion shortfall carried forward from FY2011. Oregon and Ohio’s shortfalls are one half of the states’ total projected shortfalls for the 2011-2013 biennium. Estimates of Ohio’s two-year shortfall range from $6 to $8 billion. DK means that a state is projecting a shortfall but its size is unknown.
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Source: http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm?fa=view&id=711
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