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 $) FY Reference Budget per capita (in $) S&P Credit rating in January 2017[1]
 Alabama 30.7 2018 [2] 6,298 201 AA
 Alaska 10.1 2018 [3] 13,652 211 AA+
 Arizona 39.0 2018 [4] 5,559 201 AA
 Arkansas 31.8 2018 [5] 10,585 201 AA
 California 183.3 2017-18 [6] 4,636 191 AA-
 Colorado 28.8 2017–18 [7] 5,136 201 AA
 Connecticut 20.5 2018 [8] 5,713 191 AA-
 Delaware 4.1 2018 [9] 4,262 221 AAA
 Florida 92.5 2018 [10] 4,408 221 AAA
 Georgia 25.0 2018 [11] 2,397 221 AAA
 Hawaii 15.4 2018 [12] 10,788 211 AA+
 Idaho 7.9 2018 [13] 4,601 211 AA+
 Illinois 85.1 2018 [14] 6,647 141BBB
 Indiana 33.6 2018 [15] 5,040 221 AAA
 Iowa 8.5 2018 [16] 2,702 221 AAA
 Kansas 15.9 2017 [17] 5,458 191 AA-
 Kentucky 34.8 2016-18 [18] 7,813 181 A+
 Louisiana 32.7 2018 [19] 6,981 201 AA
 Maine 8.3 2016–17 [20] 6,213 201 AA
 Maryland 43.6 2018 [21] 7,204 221 AAA
 Massachusetts 40.2 2018 [22] 5,860 211 AA+
 Michigan 56.5 2017–18 [23] 5,671 191 AA-
 Minnesota 40.1 2018–19 [24] 7,182 211 AA+
 Mississippi 6.0 2018 [25] 2,011 201 AA
 Missouri 27.9 2018 [26] 4,564 221 AAA
 Montana 13.2 2018-19 [27] 12,566 201 AA
 Nebraska 9.1 2017–18 [28] 4,739 221 AAA
 Nevada 26.3 2017–19 [29] 8,772 201 AA
 New Hampshire 5.9 2018 [30] 4,394 201 AA
 New Jersey 34.7 2018 [31] 3,853 161 A-
 New Mexico 18.2 2017 [32] 8,716 211 AA+
 New York 171 2019 [33] 8,615 211 AA+
 North Carolina 23.0 2017-18 [34] 2,239 221 AAA
  North Dakota 13.5 2017–19 [35] 18,273 211 AA+
 Ohio 65.7 2018 [36] 5,635 211 AA+
 Oklahoma 6.8 2018 [37] 1,730 211 AA+
 Oregon 75.7 2017–19 [38] 18,273 211 AA+
 Pennsylvania 32 2017–18 [39] 2,499 191 AA-
 Rhode Island 9.3 2018 [40] 8,777 201 AA
 South Carolina 27.4 2017–18 [41] 5,453 211 AA+
 South Dakota 4.6 2018 [42] 5,289 221 AAA
 Tennessee 37 2017–18 [43] 5,509 221 AAA
 Texas 108.7 2018 [44] 3,840 221 AAA
 Utah 16.2 2018 [45] 5,223 221 AAA
 Vermont 7.8 2018 [46] 12,507 211 AA+
 Virginia 51.8 2018 [47] 6,116 221 AAA
 Washington 99.4 2017–19 [48] 13,422 211 AA+
 West Virginia 4.2 2018 [49] 2,313 191 AA-
 Wisconsin 37.1 2017–18 [50] 6,402 201 AA
 Wyoming 9 2017–18 [51] 15,536 221 AAA

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