Here's how much aid each state is getting in the American Rescue Plan Act

President BidenJoe BidenHaiti prime minister warns inequality will cause migration to continue Pelosi: House must pass 3 major pieces of spending legislation this week Erdoğan says Turkey plans to buy another Russian defense system MORE signed the $1.9 trillion relief bill into law Thursday, setting in motion the disbursement of $350 billion in aid for state, local and tribal governments.

Here’s how much money each state will receive from the American Rescue Plan, according to figures from the House Oversight and Reform Committee.

The following totals combine funds designated for state and local governments, as well as grants for capital projects.

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Alabama – $4.04 billion

Alaska – $1.36 billion

Arizona – $7.63 billion

Arkansas – $2.81 billion

California – $42.63 billion

Colorado – $6.07 billion

Connecticut – $4.35 billion

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Delaware – $1.36 billion

District of Columbia – $1.62 billion

Florida – $17.62 billion

Georgia – $8.40 billion

Hawaii – $2.27 billion

Idaho – $1.89 billion

Illinois – $13.71 billion

Indiana – $5.86 billion

Iowa – $2.69 billion

Kansas – $2.72 billion

Kentucky – $4.24 billion

Louisiana – $5.19 billion

Maine – $1.65 billion

Maryland – $6.36 billion

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Massachusetts – $8.10 billion

Michigan – $10.31 billion

Minnesota – $4.88 billion

Mississippi – $2.90 billion

Missouri – $5.48 billion

Montana – $1.37 billion

Nebraska – $1.77 billion

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Nevada – $4.12 billion

New Hampshire – $1.54 billion

New Jersey – $10.19 billion

New Mexico – $2.46 billion

New York – $23.8 billion

North Carolina – $8.94 billion

North Dakota – $1.36 billion

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Ohio – $11.24 billion

Oklahoma – $3.65 billion

Oregon – $4.26 billion

Pennsylvania – $13.72 billion

Rhode Island – $1.78 billion

South Carolina – $3.87 billion

South Dakota – $1.37 billion

Tennessee – $6.31 billion

Texas – $27.62 billion

Utah – $2.74 billion

Vermont – $1.36 billion

Virginia – $6.88 billion

Washington – $7.10 billion

West Virginia – $2.06 billion

Wisconsin – $5.71 billion

Wyoming – $1.36 billion