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Compare state and local police and fire spending for the 50 states against state growth and population.

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Comparison of State and Local Government Spending
in the United States
-5yr -1yr   Fiscal Year 2013  +1yr +5yr
Amounts in percent GDP

StateState
Spending
Local
Spending
State and
Local
Spending
Gross
State
Product
Real
State
Growth
Popu-
lation
(million)
 North Dakota0.29%0.44%0.73%$51.00.9%0.7 more
 Iowa0.29%0.60%0.89%$166.82.2%3.1 more
 Nebraska0.35%0.59%0.93%$109.43.9%1.9 more
 South Dakota0.39%0.56%0.95%$44.70.9%0.8 more
 Indiana0.31%0.67%0.98%$311.22.2%6.6 more
 District of Columbia0.00%1.00%1.00%$111.7-0.6%0.6 more
 Connecticut0.40%0.62%1.02%$246.91.0%3.6 more
 Texas0.31%0.73%1.04%$1,557.25.5%26.5 more
 Minnesota0.29%0.76%1.05%$307.32.1%5.4 more
 Massachusetts0.44%0.63%1.07%$441.51.2%6.7 more
 Kentucky0.43%0.64%1.07%$183.61.2%4.4 more
 Hawaii0.36%0.73%1.09%$75.11.4%1.4 more
 Utah0.39%0.75%1.13%$135.03.7%2.9 more
 Maine0.43%0.73%1.15%$54.60.5%1.3 more
 Delaware0.76%0.41%1.17%$60.80.7%0.9 more
 Kansas0.31%0.87%1.18%$142.4-0.3%2.9 more
 Washington0.40%0.81%1.21%$407.22.3%7.0 more
 New Hampshire0.29%0.93%1.22%$68.71.4%1.3 more
 Pennsylvania0.49%0.75%1.24%$640.31.5%12.8 more
 North Carolina0.45%0.81%1.26%$467.12.7%9.8 more
 New Jersey0.41%0.86%1.27%$537.40.8%8.9 more
 West Virginia0.66%0.64%1.29%$70.61.3%1.9 more
 Virginia0.39%0.91%1.29%$455.00.4%8.3 more
 South Carolina0.42%0.87%1.29%$182.41.4%4.8 more
 Alabama0.37%0.93%1.30%$194.72.5%4.8 more
 Missouri0.35%0.95%1.30%$276.71.8%6.0 more
 Oklahoma0.51%0.79%1.30%$176.41.8%3.9 more
 Georgia0.40%0.91%1.31%$456.52.0%10.0 more
 Tennessee0.33%0.98%1.31%$290.11.6%6.5 more
 Arkansas0.50%0.82%1.31%$118.61.9%3.0 more
 Colorado0.39%0.95%1.33%$288.32.1%5.3 more
 Ohio0.34%1.01%1.34%$562.82.1%11.6 more
 Wyoming0.54%0.81%1.35%$41.80.5%0.6 more
 Illinois0.27%1.09%1.36%$724.80.2%12.9 more
 All states combined0.41%0.97%1.38%$16,768.12.2%316.4 more
 Vermont0.86%0.53%1.40%$28.8-0.3%0.6 more
 Wisconsin0.42%1.01%1.43%$284.72.2%5.7 more
 Michigan0.56%0.90%1.46%$434.72.8%9.9 more
 New York0.35%1.15%1.50%$1,341.61.0%19.7 more
 Oregon0.46%1.05%1.52%$204.9-1.0%3.9 more
 Mississippi0.49%1.04%1.53%$104.1-1.1%3.0 more
 Montana0.65%0.89%1.54%$43.01.0%1.0 more
 Louisiana0.36%1.19%1.55%$246.7-2.5%4.6 more
 Alaska0.87%0.72%1.58%$57.3-4.0%0.7 more
 Idaho0.58%1.00%1.58%$61.12.6%1.6 more
 Maryland0.62%0.99%1.60%$339.40.7%5.9 more
 Rhode Island0.52%1.19%1.71%$53.31.9%1.1 more
 Arizona0.41%1.38%1.79%$274.70.8%6.6 more
 New Mexico0.64%1.18%1.82%$90.81.0%2.1 more
 California0.56%1.29%1.85%$2,213.02.3%38.4 more
 Nevada0.36%1.54%1.90%$128.00.7%2.8 more
 Florida0.38%1.54%1.92%$800.72.5%19.6 more
Notes: estimated actual

Data Sources:
State GDP Information
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 3.2, 5.1, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances
'Guesstimated' by projecting the latest change in reported spending forward to future years

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Here is how headline budget estimates for the upcoming FY 2017 fiscal year have changed since the release of the FY 2016 budget a year ago in 2015.

FY 2017 Federal Budget Changes Since 2015
$ billionEstimate in
FY16 Budget
Estimate in
FY17 Budget
Change
Federal Outlays$4,217.8$4,147.2-$70.6
Federal Receipts$3,755.0$3,643.7-$111.3
Federal Deficit$462.8$503.5+$40.7

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