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JUST THE FACTS, 1997-1998



Table 23
State Tax (Cuts)/Increases, Millions of Dollars, 1995 and 1996
Rank State Amt. Rank State Amt.
1 NEW YORK $(3,031) 27 Arkansas $(17)
2 Oregon $(486) 28 West Virginia $(16)
3 Connecticut $(452) 29 New Mexico $(15)
4 Ohio $(418) 30 Maine $(12)
5 California $(410) 31 Maryland $(5)
6 North Carolina $(409) 32 Nebraska $(5)
7 New Jersey $(356) 33 Alabama 0
8 Kansas $(345) 34 Alaska 0
9 Arizona $(338) 35 Mississippi 0
10 Pennsylvania $(287) 36 Nevada 0
11 Michigan $(233) 37 New Hampshire 0
12 Massachusetts $(186) 38 Tennessee 0
13 Georgia $(175) 39 Wyoming 0
14 Washington $(172) 40 Oklahoma $0
15 Utah $(165) 41 Missouri $3
16 Indiana $(148) 42 North Dakota $4
17 Florida $(100) 43 Texas $4
18 Iowa $(53) 44 Vermont $13
19 Kentucky $(52) 45 Virginia $26
20 Montana $(45) 46 Hawaii $52
21 Idaho $(40) 47 Illinois $52
22 Delaware $(33) 48 South Dakota $52
23 South Carolina $(26) 49 Wisconsin $70
24 Louisiana $(20) 50 Rhode Island $86
25 Minnesota $(18) U.S. Total $(7,862)
26 Colorado $(17) N.Y.S. % of U.S. total 38.6%
Source: National Governors Association


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