FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations for Selected Homeland Security Assistance Programs

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provide assistance programs to state and local first responders and public health officials to prepare for, respond to, and recover from terrorist attacks, including weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents. Most of the programs provide assistance funding to states, which in turn allocate funding to localities. Some programs, however, provide assistance directly to localities. Programs of this type include the Assistance to Firefighters Program (FIRE) and the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), both administered by the Office for Domestic Preparedness (ODP) -- renamed Office for Grants and Training (G&T) in FY2006. These two federal departments (DHS and HHS) allocated roughly $8.2 billion to states and localities in FY2003 and FY2004 for homeland security assistance. Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Congress has shown great interest in these assistance programs' allocations to states and localities. This report shows the state allocations for DHS and HHS homeland security assistance programs, as reported by their department documents or press releases. Additionally, this report shows per capita amounts for each program, as calculated by CRS, using 2002 census estimates.

Order Code RL32463 CRS Report for Congress Received through the CRS Web FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations for Selected Homeland Security Assistance Programs Updated July 27, 2006 name redacted Analyst in American National Government Government and Finance Division Congressional Research Service ˜ The Library of Congress FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations for Selected Homeland Security Assistance Programs Summary The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provide assistance programs to state and local first responders and public health officials to prepare for, respond to, and recover from terrorist attacks, including weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents. Most of the programs provide assistance funding to states, which in turn allocate funding to localities. Some programs, however, provide assistance directly to localities. Programs of this type include the Assistance to Firefighters Program (FIRE) and the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), both administered by the Office for Domestic Preparedness (ODP) — renamed Office for Grants and Training (G&T) in FY2006. These two federal departments (DHS and HHS) allocated roughly $8.2 billion to states and localities in FY2003 and FY2004 for homeland security assistance. Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Congress has shown great interest in these assistance programs’ allocations to states and localities. This report shows the state allocations for DHS and HHS homeland security assistance programs, as reported by their department documents or press releases. Additionally, this report shows per capita amounts for each program, as calculated by CRS, using 2002 census estimates. Contents Interpreting the Information in the Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 List of Tables Table 1. FY2003 State Allocations of Office for Domestic Preparedness Homeland Security Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Table 2. FY2004 State Allocations of Office for Domestic Preparedness Homeland Security Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Table 3. FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations of Federal Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Performance Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Table 4. FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations of Department of Health and Human Services Bioterrorism Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Table 5. FY2003 and FY2004 Total State Allocations for Homeland Security Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations for Selected Homeland Security Assistance Programs The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provide grants to first responders (including firefighters, law enforcement personnel, emergency managers, and emergency medical services personnel) and public health officials to assist state and local entities in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from terrorist attacks.1 Within DHS, the Office for Domestic Preparedness (ODP) — renamed the Office for Grants and Training (G&T) in FY2006 — and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) administer assistance programs for first responders. FEMA administers the Emergency Management Performance Grants (EMPG)2, and ODP administers the following: ! ! ! ! ! ! State Homeland Security Grant Program (SHSGP); Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI); Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP);3 Assistance to Firefighters Program (FIRE); Citizen Corps Grant Programs (CCP); and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP).4 Two HHS agencies, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), administer bioterrorism assistance programs. CDC administers an assistance program for public health bioterrorism preparedness, and HRSA administers an assistance program for hospital bioterrorism preparedness. This report provides the following five tables: ! ! ! ! FY2003 state allocations for ODP homeland security assistance programs. FY2004 state allocations for ODP homeland security assistance programs. FY2003 and FY2004 state allocations for FEMA’s EMPG program. FY2003 state allocations for HHS bioterrorism programs. 1 For detailed information on these assistance programs, see CRS Report RL32348, Selected Federal Homeland Security Assistance Programs: A Summary, by (name redacted). 2 EMPG was transferred to ODP in FY2004. 3 LETPP was appropriated funds for the first time in FY2004. 4 CIP was appropriated funds and administered in FY2003 only. CRS-2 ! FY2003 and FY2004 total state allocations for selected homeland security assistance programs. Interpreting the Information in the Tables The data in this report are meant to be illustrative only. There are a number of limitations that readers should consider as they review the data. 5 ! Figures are calculated using present grant formulas or distribution methods. The figures in all the tables are either provided by the administrating agency’s documents or calculated by CRS using the program’s specific funding formula. Per capita figures are calculated by CRS using 2002 census estimates. ! Amounts do not represent what has been distributed, but what has been allocated. The state allocation amounts do not reflect what has been distributed to the states or territories, but what DHS or HHS has allocated to them. Some of the grant programs provide funding to states through reimbursement, such as ODP homeland security grant programs. ! Grant allocations to specific cities were combined with state allocations. All of ODP’s UASI funds and some of HHS’s bioterrorism grant funds were allocated to specific cities. These tables, however, reflect the city’s allocation combined with the state’s allocation from these programs. Specifically, the National Capital Region’s UASI allocation was divided equally among the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia populations.5 DHS defines the National Capital Region as the District of Columbia; the Maryland counties of Montgomery and Prince George’s; the Virginia counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Prince William, and Loudon; and the Virginia cities of Falls Church, Manassas, Manassas Park, Fairfax, and Alexandria. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, FY2004 Urban Area Security Initiative Program Guidance, Nov. 2003, p. 3. CRS-3 Table 1. FY2003 State Allocations of Office for Domestic Preparedness Homeland Security Grants (all amounts in millions except dollar per capita figures) State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita CIPE Per Capita Total Per Capita Alabama $31.2 $6.93 — — $0.5 $0.11 $23.3 $5.18 $3.3 $0.73 $58.3 $12.96 Alaska $16.5 $27.50 $0.3 $0.50 $0.3 $0.50 $5.2 $8.67 $1.8 $3.00 $24.1 $40.17 Arizona $34.9 $6.35 $11.0 $2.00 $0.6 $0.11 $7.5 $1.36 $3.7 $0.67 $57.7 $10.49 Arkansas $24.4 $9.04 — — $0.4 $0.15 $10.7 $3.96 $2.6 $0.96 $38.1 $14.11 California $148.4 $4.23 $102.3 $2.91 $2.4 $0.07 $30.1 $0.86 $15.9 $0.45 $299.1 $8.52 Colorado $31.3 $6.95 $16.4 $3.64 $0.5 $0.11 $6.2 $1.38 $3.3 $0.73 $57.7 $12.82 Connecticut $27.3 $7.80 — — $0.4 $0.11 $10.8 $3.09 $2.9 $0.83 $41.4 $11.83 Delaware $17.1 $21.38 — — $0.3 $0.38 $1.1 $1.38 $1.8 $2.25 $20.3 $25.38 District of Columbia $16.2 $27.00 — — $0.3 $0.50 — — $1.7 $2.83 $18.2 $30.33 Florida $78.0 $4.67 $30.9 $1.85 $1.3 $0.08 $16.3 $0.98 $8.4 $0.50 $134.9 $8.08 Georgia $46.8 $5.44 $1.8 $0.21 $0.8 $0.09 $13.1 $1.52 $5.0 $0.58 $67.5 $7.85 Hawaii $18.8 $15.66 $6.9 $5.75 $0.3 $0.25 $0.9 $0.75 $2.0 $1.67 $28.9 $24.08 Idaho $19.1 $14.69 — — $0.3 $0.23 $6.0 $4.62 $2.1 $1.62 $27.5 $21.15 Illinois $62.2 $4.94 $46.0 $3.65 $1.0 $0.08 $28.6 $2.27 $6.7 $0.53 $144.5 $11.47 Indiana $37.6 $6.06 — — $0.6 $0.10 $20.4 $3.29 $4.0 $0.65 $62.6 $10.10 CRS-4 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita CIPE Per Capita Total Per Capita Iowa $25.3 $8.72 — — $0.4 $0.14 $16.0 $5.52 $2.7 $0.93 $44.4 $15.31 Kansas $24.4 $9.04 — — $0.4 $0.15 $10.9 $4.04 $2.6 $0.96 $38.3 $14.19 Kentucky $29.7 $7.24 — — $0.5 $0.12 $19.8 $4.83 $3.2 $0.78 $53.2 $12.98 Louisiana $31.2 $6.93 $12.7 $2.82 $0.5 $0.11 $12.2 $2.71 $3.3 $0.73 $59.9 $13.31 Maine $19.0 $14.62 — — $0.3 $0.23 $10.3 $7.92 $2.0 $1.54 $31.6 $24.31 Maryland $34.9 $6.35 $12.1 $2.20 $0.6 $0.11 $8.1 $1.47 $3.7 $0.67 $59.4 $10.80 Massachusetts $38.6 $6.03 $20.5 $3.20 $0.6 $0.09 $15.7 $2.45 $4.1 $0.64 $79.5 $12.42 Michigan $52.4 $5.19 $12.3 $1.22 $0.8 $0.08 $17.2 $1.70 $5.6 $0.55 $88.3 $8.74 Minnesota $33.2 $6.64 — — $0.5 $0.10 $17.5 $3.50 $3.6 $0.72 $54.8 $10.96 Mississippi $25.0 $8.62 — — $0.4 $0.14 $15.7 $5.41 $2.7 $0.93 $43.8 $15.10 Missouri $35.7 $6.26 $19.5 $3.42 $0.6 $0.11 $19.6 $3.44 $3.8 $0.67 $79.2 $13.89 Montana $17.5 $19.44 — — $0.3 $0.33 $8.4 $9.33 $1.9 $2.11 $28.1 $31.22 — — $64.2 $4.79 — — — — — — $64.2 $4.79 Nebraska $20.7 $12.18 — — $0.3 $0.18 $7.8 $4.59 $2.2 $1.29 $31.0 $18.24 Nevada $22.3 $10.14 — — $0.4 $0.18 $3.3 $1.50 $2.4 $1.09 $28.4 $12.91 New Hampshire $18.8 $14.46 — — $0.3 $0.23 $4.6 $3.54 $2.0 $1.54 $25.7 $19.79 New Jersey $46.8 $5.44 $15.3 $1.78 $0.8 $0.09 $20.0 $2.33 $5.0 $0.58 $87.9 $10.22 National Capital RegionF CRS-5 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita CIPE Per Capita Total Per Capita New Mexico $21.1 $11.11 — — $0.3 $0.16 $5.0 $2.63 $2.3 $1.21 $28.7 $15.11 New York $87.3 $4.55 $198.5 $10.34 $1.4 $0.07 $34.3 $1.79 $9.4 $0.49 $330.9 $17.23 North Carolina $45.8 $5.52 — — $0.7 $0.08 $22.9 $2.76 $4.9 $0.59 $74.3 $8.95 North Dakota $16.4 $17.00 — — $0.3 $0.50 $5.1 $8.50 $1.8 $3.00 $23.6 $39.33 Ohio $57.7 $5.06 $13.9 $1.22 $0.9 $0.08 $27.0 $2.34 $6.2 $0.54 $105.7 $9.27 Oklahoma $27.4 $7.83 — — $0.4 $0.11 $10.5 $3.00 $2.9 $0.83 $41.2 $11.77 Oregon $27.4 $7.83 $7.7 $2.20 $0.4 $0.11 $9.9 $2.83 $2.9 $0.83 $48.3 $13.80 Pennsylvania $61.2 $4.98 $31.7 $2.58 $1.0 $0.08 $45.2 $3.67 $6.6 $0.54 $145.7 $11.85 Rhode Island $18.1 $16.45 — — $0.3 $0.27 $2.3 $2.09 $1.9 $1.73 $22.6 $20.55 South Carolina $29.7 $7.24 $5.1 $1.24 $0.5 $0.12 $11.8 $2.88 $3.2 $0.78 $50.3 $12.27 South Dakota $16.9 $21.13 — — $0.3 $0.38 $5.5 $6.88 $1.8 $2.25 $24.5 $30.63 Tennessee $36.2 $6.24 $6.1 $1.05 $0.6 $0.10 $19.3 $3.33 $3.9 $0.67 $66.1 $11.40 Texas $97.3 $4.46 $56.0 $2.57 $1.6 $0.07 $29.3 $1.34 $10.4 $0.48 $194.6 $8.93 Utah $22.8 $9.91 — — $0.4 $0.17 $4.6 $2.00 $2.5 $1.07 $30.3 $13.17 Vermont $16.4 $27.33 — — $0.3 $0.50 $5.2 $8.67 $1.8 $3.00 $23.7 $39.50 Virginia $41.9 $5.74 $6.6 $0.90 $0.7 $0.10 $15.8 $2.16 $4.5 $0.62 $69.5 $9.52 Washington $37.2 $6.10 $37.3 $6.11 $0.6 $0.10 $18.8 $3.08 $4.0 $0.66 $97.9 $16.05 CRS-6 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita CIPE Per Capita Total Per Capita West Virginia $20.9 $11.61 — — $0.3 $0.17 $9.9 $5.50 $2.2 $1.22 $33.3 $18.50 Wisconsin $34.9 $6.46 — — $0.6 $0.11 $18.2 $3.37 $3.7 $0.67 $57.4 $10.63 Wyoming $15.9 $31.80 — — $0.3 $0.60 $3.5 $7.00 $1.7 $3.40 $21.4 $42.80 Puerto Rico $28.7 $7.97 $1.6 $0.41 $0.5 $0.13 $1.6 $0.41 $3.0 $0.77 $35.4 $9.08 US Virgin Is. $5.0 $50.00 — — $0.1 $1.00 $0.5 $5.00 $0.5 $5.00 $6.1 $61.00 American Samoa $4.9 $98.00 — — $0.1 $2.00 — — $0.5 $10.00 $5.5 $91.67 Guam $5.3 $26.50 — — $0.1 $0.50 — — $0.6 $3.00 $6.0 $30.00 Northern Marianas $4.9 $70.00 — — $0.1 $1.43 — — $0.5 $7.14 $5.5 $78.57 Total $1,866.6 $736.7 $30.5 $693.5 $199.7 $3,527.0 Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and CRS per capita calculations based on estimated 2002 census figures. A U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Fiscal Year 2003 State Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance, Jan. 2003. Available at [http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/library/bulletins.htm], visited June 23, 2004. B U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Press Secretary, “Fact Sheet: Department of Homeland Security Funding for States and Cities,” press release, May 21, 2003. Available at [http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic/display?content=755], visited June 23, 2004. C CRS calculations based on FY2003 CCP appropriations (P.L. 108-7). D U.S. Department of Homeland Security, United States Fire Administration, “Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.” Available at [http://www.usfa.fema.gov/fire-service/grants/afgp/grants.shtm], visited June 23, 2004. E Fiscal Year 2003 State Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance, Jan. 2003. FY2003 was the only year that DHS provided CIP grants to states. F The National Capital Region population used for this table is the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. population estimated 2002 census population. CRS-7 Table 2. FY2004 State Allocations of Office for Domestic Preparedness Homeland Security Grants (all amounts in millions except dollars per capita figures) State SHSGPA Per Capita Alabama $28.0 $6.22 Alaska $14.8 $24.67 Arizona $31.3 Arkansas UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita LETPPE Per Capita Total Per Capita — $0.6 $0.13 $8.2 $1.82 $8.3 $1.84 $45.1 $10.01 — — $0.3 $0.50 $1.1 $1.83 $4.4 $7.33 $20.6 $34.33 $5.69 $12.1 $2.20 $0.7 $0.13 $4.6 $0.85 $9.3 $1.69 $58.0 $10.56 $21.9 $8.11 — — $0.5 $0.19 $5.3 $1.96 $6.5 $2.41 $34.2 $12.67 California $133.2 $3.79 $141.6 $4.03 $2.8 $0.08 $9.8 $0.28 $39.5 $1.13 $326.9 $9.31 Colorado $28.0 $6.22 $8.6 $1.91 $0.6 $0.13 $2.1 $0.47 $8.3 $1.84 $47.6 $10.57 Connecticut $24.4 $6.97 $10.4 $2.97 $0.5 $0.14 $2.0 $0.57 $7.3 $2.09 $44.6 $12.74 Delaware $15.3 $19.13 — — $0.3 $0.38 $0.4 $0.50 $4.6 $5.75 $20.6 $25.76 District of Columbia $14.5 $24.17 — — $0.3 $0.50 — — $4.3 $7.17 $19.1 $31.84 Florida $70.0 $4.19 $38.5 $2.31 $1.5 $0.09 $4.5 $0.27 $20.8 $1.25 $135.3 $8.11 Georgia $42.0 $4.88 $12.2 $1.42 $0.9 $0.10 $2.1 $0.24 $12.5 $1.45 $69.7 $8.09 Hawaii $16.8 $14.00 — — $0.4 $0.33 $0.2 $0.17 $5.0 $4.17 $22.4 $18.67 Idaho $17.2 $13.23 — — $0.4 $0.31 $1.5 $1.15 $5.1 $3.92 $24.2 $18.61 Illinois $55.8 $4.43 $40.2 $3.19 $1.2 $0.10 $9.6 $0.76 $16.6 $1.32 $123.4 $9.80 — CRS-8 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita LETPPE Per Capita Total Per Capita Indiana $33.7 $5.44 $10.1 $1.63 $0.7 $0.11 $8.0 $1.29 $10.0 $1.61 $62.5 $10.08 Iowa $22.7 $7.83 — — $0.5 $0.17 $6.6 $2.28 $6.7 $2.31 $36.5 $12.59 Kansas $21.9 $8.11 — — $0.5 $0.19 $4.4 $1.63 $6.5 $2.41 $33.3 $12.34 Kentucky $26.6 $6.49 $8.9 $2.17 $0.6 $0.15 $6.6 $1.61 $7.9 $1.93 $50.6 $12.35 Louisiana $28.0 $6.22 $14.3 $3.18 $0.6 $0.13 $4.1 $0.91 $8.3 $1.84 $55.3 $12.28 Maine $17.0 $13.08 — — $0.4 $0.31 $5.0 $3.85 $5.0 $3.85 $27.4 $21.09 Maryland $31.3 $5.69 $17.6 $3.20 $0.7 $0.13 $3.6 $0.65 $9.3 $1.69 $62.5 $11.36 Massachusetts $34.6 $5.41 $22.7 $3.55 $0.7 $0.11 $4.4 $0.69 $10.3 $1.61 $72.7 $11.37 Michigan $47.1 $4.66 $13.7 $1.36 $1.0 $0.10 $8.8 $0.87 $14.0 $1.39 $84.6 $8.38 Minnesota $29.8 $5.96 $20.0 $4.00 $0.6 $0.12 $7.9 $1.58 $8.8 $1.76 $67.1 $13.42 Mississippi $22.4 $7.72 — — $0.5 $0.17 $3.3 $1.14 $6.7 $2.31 $32.9 $11.34 Missouri $32.0 $5.61 $23.9 $4.19 $0.7 $0.12 $5.8 $1.02 $9.5 $1.67 $71.9 $12.61 Montana $15.7 $17.44 — — $0.3 $0.33 $3.8 $4.22 $4.7 $5.22 $24.5 $27.21 — — $32.1 $2.40 — — — — — — $32.1 $2.40 Nebraska $18.5 $10.88 — — $0.4 $0.24 $2.4 $1.41 $5.5 $3.24 $26.8 $15.77 Nevada $20.0 $9.09 $10.5 $4.77 $0.4 $0.18 $0.2 $0.09 $5.9 $2.68 $37.0 $16.81 National Capital RegionF CRS-9 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita LETPPE Per Capita Total Per Capita New Hampshire $16.9 $13.00 — — $0.4 $0.31 $1.6 $1.23 $5.0 $3.85 $23.9 $18.39 New Jersey $42.1 $4.90 $32.6 $3.79 $0.9 $0.11 $4.6 $0.53 $12.5 $1.45 $92.7 $10.78 New Mexico $18.9 $9.95 — — $0.4 $0.21 $0.9 $0.47 $5.6 $2.95 $25.8 $13.58 New York $78.3 $4.08 $80.2 $4.18 $1.6 $0.08 $12.3 $0.64 $23.3 $1.21 $195.7 $10.19 North Carolina $41.1 $4.95 $7.4 $0.89 $0.9 $0.11 $6.9 $0.83 $12.2 $1.47 $68.5 $8.25 North Dakota $14.7 $24.50 — — $0.3 $0.50 $1.2 $2.00 $4.4 $7.33 $20.6 $34.33 Ohio $51.8 $4.54 $32.6 $2.86 $1.1 $0.10 $12.0 $1.05 $15.4 $1.35 $112.9 $9.90 Oklahoma $24.6 $7.03 — — $0.5 $0.14 $4.6 $1.31 $7.3 $2.09 $37.0 $10.57 Oregon $24.7 $7.06 $8.1 $2.31 $0.5 $0.14 $3.9 $1.11 $7.3 $2.09 $44.5 $12.71 Pennsylvania $54.9 $4.46 $38.7 $3.15 $1.1 $0.09 $19.4 $1.58 $16.3 $1.33 $130.4 $10.61 Rhode Island $16.2 $14.73 — — $0.3 $0.27 $0.5 $0.45 $4.8 $4.36 $21.8 $19.81 South Carolina $26.7 $6.51 — — $0.6 $0.15 $6.7 $1.63 $7.9 $1.93 $41.9 $10.22 South Dakota $15.2 $19.00 — — $0.3 $0.38 $1.6 $2.00 $4.5 $5.63 $21.6 $27.01 Tennessee $32.5 $5.60 $10.0 $1.72 $0.7 $0.12 $5.6 $0.97 $9.6 $1.66 $58.4 $10.07 Texas $87.4 $4.01 $39.0 $1.79 $1.8 $0.08 $10.4 $0.48 $25.9 $1.19 $164.5 $7.55 Utah $20.5 $8.91 — — $0.4 $0.17 $1.2 $0.52 $6.1 $2.65 $28.2 $12.25 Vermont $14.7 $24.50 — — $0.3 $0.50 $1.7 $2.83 $4.4 $7.33 $21.1 $35.16 CRS-10 State SHSGPA Per Capita UASIB Per Capita CCPC Per Capita FIRED Per Capita LETPPE Per Capita Total Per Capita Virginia $37.6 $5.15 $7.3 $1.00 $0.8 $0.11 $6.5 $0.89 $11.2 $1.53 $63.4 $8.68 Washington $33.4 $5.48 $17.2 $2.82 $0.7 $0.11 $6.9 $1.13 $9.9 $1.62 $68.1 $11.16 West Virginia $18.8 $10.44 — — $0.4 $0.22 $2.7 $1.50 $5.6 $3.11 $27.5 $15.27 Wisconsin $31.3 $5.80 $10.1 $1.87 $0.6 $0.11 $7.3 $1.35 $9.3 $1.72 $58.6 $10.85 Wyoming $14.3 $28.60 — — $0.3 $0.60 $0.6 $1.20 $4.2 $8.40 $19.4 $38.80 Puerto Rico $25.8 $6.62 — — $0.5 $0.13 — — $7.7 $1.97 $34.0 $8.72 US Virgin Is. $4.6 $46.00 — — $0.1 $1.00 — — $1.4 $14.00 $6.1 $61.00 American Samoa $4.4 $73.33 — — $0.1 $1.67 $0.3 $5.00 $1.3 $21.67 $6.1 $101.67 Guam $4.7 $23.50 — — $0.1 $0.50 — — $1.4 $7.00 $6.2 $31.00 Northern Marianas $4.4 $62.86 — — $0.1 $1.43 — — $1.3 $18.57 $5.8 $82.86 Total $1,675.0 $720.6 $35.4 $245.7 $497.4 $3,174.1 Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security and CRS per capita calculations based on estimated 2002 census figures. A U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Fiscal Year 2004 State Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance, Nov. 2004. Available at [http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/library/bulletins.htm], visited June 23, 2004. B U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Fiscal Year 2004 Urban Area Security Initiative Program Guidance, Nov. 2004. Available at [http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/library/bulletins.htm], visited June 23, 2004. C U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Fiscal Year 2004 State Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance. D ODP has only partially allocated FY2004 FIRE grants to states and localities at this time. E U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness, Fiscal Year 2004 State Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance. F The National Capital Region population used for this table is the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. estimated 2002 census population. CRS-11 Table 3. FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations of Federal Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Performance Grants (all amounts in millions except dollar per capita figures) State FY2003 EMPGA FY2004 EMPGB Per Capita Per Capita Alabama $2.8 $0.62 $2.9 $0.64 Alaska $1.5 $2.50 $1.5 $2.50 Arizona $3.1 $0.56 $3.2 $0.58 Arkansas $2.2 $0.81 $2.3 $0.85 California $13.1 $0.37 $13.8 $0.39 Colorado $2.8 $0.62 $2.9 $0.64 Connecticut $2.4 $0.69 $2.5 $0.71 Delaware $1.5 $1.88 $1.6 $2.00 District of Columbia $1.4 $2.33 $1.5 $2.50 Florida $6.9 $0.41 $7.2 $0.43 Georgia $4.1 $0.48 $4.3 $0.50 Hawaii $1.7 $1.42 $1.7 $1.42 Idaho $1.7 $1.31 $1.8 $1.38 Illinois $5.5 $0.44 $5.8 $0.46 Indiana $3.3 $0.53 $3.5 $0.56 Iowa $2.2 $0.76 $2.3 $0.79 CRS-12 State FY2003 EMPGA FY2004 EMPGB Per Capita Per Capita Kansas $2.2 $0.81 $2.3 $0.85 Kentucky $2.6 $0.63 $2.8 $0.68 Louisiana $2.8 $0.62 $2.9 $0.64 Maine $1.7 $1.31 $1.8 $1.38 Maryland $3.1 $0.56 $3.2 $0.58 Massachusetts $3.4 $0.53 $3.6 $0.56 Michigan $4.6 $0.46 $4.9 $0.49 Minnesota $2.9 $0.58 $3.1 $0.62 Mississippi $2.2 $0.76 $2.3 $0.79 Missouri $3.2 $0.56 $3.3 $0.58 Montana $1.5 $1.67 $1.6 $1.78 — — — — Nebraska $1.8 $1.06 $1.9 $1.12 Nevada $2.0 $0.91 $2.1 $0.95 New Hampshire $1.7 $1.31 $1.8 $1.38 New Jersey $4.1 $0.48 $4.3 $0.50 New Mexico $1.9 $1.00 $2.0 $1.05 New York $7.7 $0.40 $8.1 $0.42 National Capital Region CRS-13 State FY2003 EMPGA FY2004 EMPGB Per Capita Per Capita North Carolina $4.0 $0.48 $4.3 $0.52 North Dakota $1.5 $2.50 $1.5 $2.50 Ohio $5.1 $0.45 $5.4 $0.47 Oklahoma $2.4 $0.69 $2.5 $0.71 Oregon $2.4 $0.69 $2.5 $0.71 Pennsylvania $5.4 $0.44 $5.7 $0.46 Rhode Island $1.6 $1.45 $1.7 $1.55 South Carolina $2.6 $0.63 $2.8 $0.68 South Dakota $1.5 $1.89 $1.6 $2.00 Tennessee $3.2 $0.55 $3.4 $0.59 Texas $8.6 $0.39 $9.0 $0.41 Utah $2.0 $0.87 $2.1 $0.91 Vermont $1.4 $2.33 $1.5 $2.50 Virginia $3.7 $0.51 $3.9 $0.53 Washington $3.3 $0.54 $3.5 $0.57 West Virginia $1.8 $1.00 $1.9 $1.06 Wisconsin $3.1 $0.57 $3.2 $0.59 Wyoming $1.4 $2.80 $1.5 $3.00 CRS-14 State FY2003 EMPGA FY2004 EMPGB Per Capita Per Capita Puerto Rico $2.5 $0.64 $2.7 $0.69 US Virgin Is. $0.6 $6.00 $0.6 $6.00 American Samoa $0.4 $6.67 $0.5 $8.33 Guam $0.6 $3.00 $0.6 $3.00 Northern Marianas $0.5 $7.14 $0.5 $7.14 Total $165.2 $173.7 Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and CRS calculations based on estimated 2002 census figures. A U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, at [http://www.fema.gov/nwz03/nwz03-empg2.shtm], visited Jun. 23, 2004. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Congressional Advisory: Department of Homeland Security Announces $173.7 Million Will Be Made Available to States for All-Hazards Emergency and Terrorism Preparedness, 2003, Dec. 18, 2003. B CRS-15 Table 4. FY2003 and FY2004 State Allocations of Department of Health and Human Services Bioterrorism Grants (all amounts in millions except dollar per capita figures) State Alabama FY03 CDC Grants Per Capita FY03 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY03 Total Per Capita FY04 CDC Grants Per Capita FY04 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY04 Total Per Capita $14.1 $3.13 $7.8 $1.73 $21.9 $4.86 $12.9 $2.87 $7.8 $1.73 $20.7 $4.60 Alaska $6.3 $10.50 $2.0 $3.33 $8.3 $13.83 $5.2 $8.67 $2.0 $3.33 $7.2 $12.00 Arizona $15.8 $2.87 $9.0 $1.64 $24.8 $4.51 $16.5 $3.00 $9.0 $1.64 $25.5 $4.64 Arkansas $10.5 $3.89 $5.1 $1.89 $15.6 $5.78 $9.3 $3.44 $5.1 $1.89 $14.4 $5.33 California $80.1 $2.28 $54.4 $1.55 $134.5 $3.83 $86.4 $2.46 $54.4 $1.55 $140.8 $4.01 Colorado $14.0 $3.11 $7.7 $1.71 $21.7 $4.82 $13.7 $3.04 $7.7 $1.71 $21.4 $4.75 Connecticut $12.0 $3.43 $6.2 $1.77 $18.2 $5.20 $10.8 $3.09 $6.2 $1.77 $17.0 $4.86 $6.6 $8.25 $2.2 $2.75 $8.8 $11.00 $5.5 $6.88 $2.2 $2.75 $7.7 $9.63 D.C. $11.1 $18.50 $2.9 $4.83 $14.0 $23.33 $12.0 $20.00 $2.9 $4.83 $14.9 $24.83 Florida $38.2 $2.29 $25.8 $1.54 $64.0 $3.83 $37.6 $2.25 $25.8 $1.54 $63.4 $3.79 Georgia $22.0 $2.56 $13.7 $1.59 $35.7 $4.15 $21.6 $2.51 $13.7 $1.59 $35.3 $4.10 Hawaii $7.5 $6.25 $2.9 $2.42 $10.4 $8.67 $6.4 $5.33 $2.9 $2.42 $9.3 $7.75 Idaho $7.7 $5.92 $3.0 $2.31 $10.7 $8.23 $6.6 $5.08 $3.0 $2.31 $9.6 $7.39 Illinois $35.4 $2.81 $21.0 $1.67 $56.4 $4.48 $36.2 $2.87 $21.0 $1.67 $57.2 $4.54 Indiana $17.4 $2.81 $10.3 $1.66 $27.7 $4.47 $16.3 $2.63 $10.3 $1.66 $26.6 $4.29 Delaware CRS-16 State FY03 CDC Grants Per Capita FY03 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY03 Total Per Capita FY04 CDC Grants Per Capita FY04 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY04 Total Per Capita Iowa $10.9 $3.76 $5.4 $1.86 $16.3 $5.62 $9.8 $3.38 $5.4 $1.86 $15.2 $5.24 Kansas $10.5 $3.89 $5.1 $1.89 $15.6 $5.78 $9.4 $3.48 $5.1 $1.89 $14.5 $5.37 Kentucky $13.2 $3.22 $7.2 $1.76 $20.4 $4.98 $12.1 $2.95 $7.2 $1.76 $19.3 $4.71 Louisiana $14.1 $3.13 $7.8 $1.73 $21.9 $4.86 $12.9 $2.87 $7.8 $1.73 $20.7 $4.60 $7.6 $5.85 $2.9 $2.23 $10.5 $8.08 $6.6 $5.08 $2.9 $2.23 $9.5 $7.31 Maryland $15.9 $2.89 $9.2 $1.67 $25.1 $4.56 $14.8 $2.69 $9.2 $1.67 $24.0 $4.36 Massachusetts $18.0 $2.81 $10.7 $1.67 $28.7 $4.48 $17.6 $2.75 $10.7 $1.67 $28.3 $4.42 Michigan $25.3 $2.50 $16.1 $1.59 $41.4 $4.09 $26.9 $2.66 $16.1 $1.59 $43.0 $4.25 Minnesota $15.1 $3.02 $8.5 $1.70 $23.6 $4.72 $14.7 $2.94 $8.5 $1.70 $23.2 $4.64 Mississippi $10.8 $3.72 $5.3 $1.83 $16.1 $5.55 $9.7 $3.34 $5.3 $1.83 $15.0 $5.17 Missouri $16.4 $2.88 $9.5 $1.67 $25.9 $4.55 $16.0 $2.81 $9.5 $1.67 $25.5 $4.48 Montana $6.8 $7.56 $2.4 $2.67 $9.2 $10.23 $5.8 $6.44 $2.4 $2.67 $8.2 $9.11 Nebraska $8.5 $5.00 $3.6 $2.12 $12.1 $7.12 $7.4 $4.35 $3.6 $2.12 $11.0 $6.47 Nevada $9.3 $4.23 $4.2 $1.91 $13.5 $6.14 $8.9 $4.04 $4.2 $1.91 $13.1 $5.95 New Hampshire $7.6 $5.85 $2.9 $2.23 $10.5 $8.08 $6.5 $5.00 $2.9 $2.23 $9.4 $7.23 New Jersey $22.2 $2.58 $13.9 $1.61 $36.1 $4.19 $21.0 $2.44 $13.9 $1.62 $34.9 $4.06 New Mexico $8.7 $4.58 $3.8 $2.00 $12.5 $6.58 $8.8 $4.63 $3.8 $2.00 $12.6 $6.63 Maine CRS-17 State FY03 CDC Grants Per Capita FY03 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY03 Total Per Capita FY04 CDC Grants Per Capita FY04 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY04 Total Per Capita New York $48.7 $2.54 $30.9 $1.61 $79.6 $4.15 $54.4 $2.83 $30.9 $1.61 $85.3 $4.44 North Carolina $21.6 $2.60 $13.4 $1.61 $35.0 $4.21 $20.4 $2.46 $13.4 $1.61 $33.8 $4.07 North Dakota $6.3 $10.50 $2.0 $3.33 $8.3 $13.83 $5.2 $8.67 $2.0 $3.33 $7.2 $12.00 Ohio $28.1 $2.46 $18.2 $1.60 $46.3 $4.06 $27.6 $2.42 $18.2 $1.60 $45.8 $4.02 Oklahoma $12.0 $3.43 $6.3 $1.80 $18.3 $5.23 $10.9 $3.11 $6.3 $1.80 $17.2 $4.91 Oregon $12.0 $3.43 $6.3 $1.80 $18.3 $5.23 $10.9 $3.11 $6.3 $1.80 $17.2 $4.91 Pennsylvania $29.9 $2.43 $19.6 $1.59 $49.5 $4.02 $30.7 $2.50 $19.6 $1.59 $50.3 $4.09 Rhode Island $7.1 $6.45 $2.6 $2.36 $9.7 $8.81 $6.0 $5.45 $2.6 $2.36 $8.6 $7.81 South Carolina $13.2 $3.22 $7.1 $1.73 $20.3 $4.95 $12.1 $2.95 $7.1 $1.73 $19.2 $4.68 South Dakota $6.5 $8.13 $2.1 $2.63 $8.6 $10.76 $5.4 $6.75 $2.1 $2.63 $7.5 $9.38 Tennessee $16.7 $2.88 $9.7 $1.67 $26.4 $4.55 $15.5 $2.67 $9.7 $2.88 $25.2 $5.55 Texas $48.3 $2.22 $33.3 $1.53 $81.6 $3.75 $51.8 $2.38 $33.3 $1.53 $85.1 $3.91 Utah $9.6 $4.17 $4.4 $1.91 $14.0 $6.08 $8.5 $3.70 $4.4 $1.91 $12.9 $5.61 Vermont $6.2 $10.33 $1.9 $3.17 $8.1 $13.50 $5.2 $8.67 $1.9 $3.17 $7.1 $11.84 Virginia $19.6 $2.68 $11.9 $1.63 $31.5 $4.31 $19.9 $2.72 $11.9 $1.63 $31.8 $4.35 Washington $17.1 $2.80 $10.1 $1.66 $27.2 $4.46 $17.0 $2.79 $10.1 $1.68 $27.1 $4.47 $8.6 $4.78 $3.7 $2.06 $12.3 $6.84 $7.5 $4.17 $3.7 $2.06 $11.2 $6.23 West Virginia CRS-18 State FY03 CDC Grants Per Capita FY03 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY03 Total Per Capita FY04 CDC Grants Per Capita FY04 HRSA Grants Per Capita FY04 Total Per Capita Wisconsin $16.0 $2.96 $9.2 $1.70 $25.2 $4.66 $14.8 $2.74 $9.2 $1.70 $24.0 $4.44 Wyoming $6.0 $12.00 $1.7 $3.40 $7.7 $15.40 $4.9 $9.80 $1.7 $3.40 $6.6 $13.20 $12.8 $3.28 $6.8 $1.74 $19.6 $5.02 $11.6 $2.97 $6.8 $1.74 $18.4 $4.71 US Virgin Is. $0.6 $6.00 $0.7 $1.17 $1.3 $7.17 $0.5 $5.00 $0.7 $7.00 $1.2 $12.00 American Samoa $0.6 $10.00 $0.6 $10.00 $1.2 $20.00 $0.4 $66.67 $0.6 $100.00 $1.0 $166.67 Guam $0.6 $3.00 $0.7 $3.50 $1.3 $6.50 $0.5 $2.50 $0.7 $3.50 $1.2 $6.00 Northern Marianas $0.6 $8.57 $0.6 $8.57 $1.2 $17.14 $0.5 $71.43 $0.6 $85.71 $1.1 $157.14 Puerto Rico Total $868.3 $232.2 $1,100.5 $848.1 Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, CRS calculations based on estimated 2002 census figures. $496.3 $1,344.4 CRS-19 Table 5. FY2003 and FY2004 Total State Allocations for Homeland Security Grants (all amounts in millions except dollar per capita figures) State FY03 ODP Total FY03 EMPG Total FY03 HHS Total FY03 Total FY03 Per Capita FY04 ODP Total FY04 EMPG Total FY04 HHS Total FY04 TotalA FY04 Per Capita FY03/ 04 Total FY03/ 04 Per Capita Alabama $58.3 $2.8 $21.9 $83.0 $18.44 $45.1 $2.9 $20.7 $68.7 $15.27 $151.7 $33.71 Alaska $24.1 $1.5 $8.3 $33.9 $56.50 $20.6 $1.5 $7.2 $29.3 $48.83 $63.2 $105.33 Arizona $57.7 $3.1 $24.8 $85.6 $15.56 $58.0 $3.2 $25.5 $86.7 $15.76 $172.3 $31.32 Arkansas $38.1 $2.2 $15.6 $55.9 $20.70 $34.2 $2.3 $14.4 $50.9 $18.85 $106.8 $39.55 California $299.1 $13.1 $134.5 $446.7 $12.73 $326.9 $13.8 $140.8 $481.5 $13.72 $928.2 $26.45 Colorado $57.7 $2.8 $21.7 $82.2 $18.27 $47.6 $2.9 $21.4 $71.9 $15.98 $154.1 $34.25 Conn. $41.4 $2.4 $18.2 $62.0 $17.71 $44.6 $2.5 $17.0 $64.1 $18.31 $126.1 $36.02 Delaware $20.3 $1.5 $8.8 $30.6 $38.25 $20.6 $1.6 $7.7 $29.9 $37.38 $60.5 $75.63 D.C. $18.2 $1.4 $14.0 $33.6 $56.00 $19.1 $1.5 $14.9 $35.5 $59.17 $69.1 $115.17 Florida $134.9 $6.9 $64.0 $205.8 $12.32 $135.3 $7.2 $63.4 $205.9 $12.33 $411.7 $24.65 Georgia $67.5 $4.1 $35.7 $107.3 $12.48 $69.7 $4.3 $35.3 $109.3 $12.71 $216.6 $25.19 Hawaii $28.9 $1.7 $10.4 $41.0 $34.17 $22.4 $1.7 $9.3 $33.4 $27.83 $74.4 $62.00 Idaho $27.5 $1.7 $10.7 $39.9 $30.69 $24.2 $1.8 $9.6 $35.6 $27.38 $75.5 $58.07 Illinois $144.5 $5.5 $56.4 $206.4 $16.38 $123.4 $5.8 $57.2 $186.4 $14.79 $392.8 $31.17 Indiana $62.6 $3.3 $27.7 $93.6 $14.18 $62.5 $3.5 $26.6 $92.6 $14.94 $186.2 $29.12 CRS-20 State FY03 ODP Total FY03 EMPG Total FY03 HHS Total FY03 Total FY03 Per Capita FY04 ODP Total FY04 EMPG Total FY04 HHS Total FY04 TotalA FY04 Per Capita FY03/ 04 Total FY03/ 04 Per Capita Iowa $44.4 $2.2 $16.3 $62.9 $21.69 $36.5 $2.3 $15.2 $54.0 $18.62 $116.9 $40.31 Kansas $38.3 $2.2 $15.6 $56.1 $20.78 $33.3 $2.3 $14.5 $50.1 $18.56 $106.2 $39.34 Kentucky $53.2 $2.6 $20.4 $76.2 $18.59 $50.6 $2.8 $19.3 $72.7 $17.73 $148.9 $36.32 Louisiana $59.9 $2.8 $21.9 $84.6 $18.80 $55.3 $2.9 $20.7 $78.9 $17.53 $163.5 $36.33 Maine $31.6 $1.7 $10.5 $43.8 $33.69 $27.4 $1.8 $9.5 $38.7 $29.77 $82.5 $63.46 Maryland $59.4 $3.1 $25.1 $87.6 $15.93 $62.5 $3.2 $24.0 $89.7 $16.31 $177.3 $32.24 Mass. $79.5 $3.4 $28.7 $111.6 $17.44 $72.7 $3.6 $28.3 $104.6 $16.34 $216.2 $33.78 Michigan $88.3 $4.6 $41.4 $134.3 $13.43 $84.6 $4.9 $43.0 $132.5 $13.12 $266.8 $26.55 Minn. $54.8 $2.9 $23.6 $81.3 $16.26 $67.1 $3.1 $23.2 $93.4 $18.68 $174.7 $34.94 Miss. $43.8 $2.2 $16.1 $62.1 $21.41 $32.9 $2.3 $15.0 $50.2 $17.31 $112.3 $38.72 Missouri $79.2 $3.2 $25.9 $108.3 $19.00 $71.9 $3.3 $25.5 $100.7 $17.67 $209.0 $36.67 Montana $28.1 $1.5 $9.2 $38.8 $43.11 $24.5 $1.6 $8.2 $34.3 $38.11 $73.1 $81.22 N.C.R.B $64.2 — — $64.2 $4.79 $32.1 — — $32.1 $2.40 $96.3 $7.19 Nebraska $31.0 $1.8 $12.1 $44.9 $26.41 $26.8 $1.9 $11.0 $39.7 $23.35 $84.6 $49.76 Nevada $28.4 $2.0 $13.5 $43.9 $19.95 $37.0 $2.1 $13.1 $52.2 $23.73 $96.1 $43.68 New Hamp. $25.7 $1.7 $10.5 $37.9 $29.15 $23.9 $1.8 $9.4 $35.1 $27.00 $73.0 $56.15 New Jersey $87.9 $4.1 $36.1 $128.1 $14.90 $92.7 $4.3 $34.9 $131.9 $15.34 $260.0 $30.24 CRS-21 State New Mexico FY03 ODP Total FY03 EMPG Total FY03 HHS Total FY03 Total FY03 Per Capita FY04 ODP Total FY04 EMPG Total FY04 HHS Total FY04 TotalA FY04 Per Capita FY03/ 04 Total FY03/ 04 Per Capita $28.7 $1.9 $12.5 $43.1 $22.68 $25.8 $2.0 $12.6 $40.4 $21.26 $83.5 $43.94 $330.9 $7.7 $79.6 $418.2 $21.78 $195.7 $8.1 $85.3 $289.1 $15.06 $707.3 $36.84 North Carolina $74.3 $4.0 $35.0 $113.3 $13.65 $68.5 $4.3 $33.8 $106.6 $12.84 $219.9 $26.49 North Dakota $23.6 $1.5 $8.3 $33.4 $55.67 $20.6 $1.5 $7.2 $29.3 $48.83 $62.7 $104.50 Ohio $105.7 $5.1 $46.3 $157.1 $13.78 $112.9 $5.4 $45.8 $164.1 $14.39 $321.2 $28.17 Okla. $41.2 $2.4 $18.3 $61.9 $17.69 $37.0 $2.5 $17.2 $56.7 $16.20 $118.6 $33.89 Oregon $48.3 $2.4 $18.3 $69.0 $19.71 $44.5 $2.5 $17.2 $64.2 $18.34 $133.2 $38.05 $145.7 $5.4 $49.5 $200.6 $16.31 $130.4 $5.7 $50.3 $186.4 $15.15 $387.0 $31.46 Rhode Island $22.6 $1.6 $9.7 $33.9 $30.82 $21.8 $1.7 $8.6 $32.1 $29.18 $66.0 $60.00 South Carolina $50.3 $2.6 $20.3 $73.2 $17.85 $41.9 $2.8 $19.2 $63.9 $15.59 $137.1 $33.44 South Dakota $24.5 $1.5 $8.6 $34.6 $43.25 $21.6 $1.6 $7.5 $30.7 $38.38 $65.3 $81.63 Tenn. $66.1 $3.2 $26.4 $95.7 $16.50 $58.4 $3.4 $25.2 $87.0 $15.00 $182.7 $31.50 Texas $194.6 $8.6 $81.6 $284.8 $13.06 $164.5 $9.0 $85.1 $258.6 $11.86 $543.4 $24.92 Utah $30.3 $2.0 $14.0 $46.3 $20.13 $28.2 $2.1 $12.9 $43.2 $18.78 $89.5 $38.91 Vermont $23.7 $1.4 $8.1 $33.2 $55.33 $21.1 $1.5 $7.1 $29.7 $49.50 $62.9 $104.83 New York Penn. CRS-22 State FY03 ODP Total FY03 EMPG Total FY03 HHS Total FY03 Total FY03 Per Capita FY04 ODP Total FY04 EMPG Total FY04 HHS Total FY04 TotalA FY04 Per Capita FY03/ 04 Total Virginia $69.5 $3.7 $31.5 $104.7 $14.34 $63.4 $3.9 $31.8 $99.1 $13.58 $203.8 $27.92 Wash. $97.9 $3.3 $27.2 $128.4 $21.05 $68.1 $3.5 $27.1 $98.7 $16.18 $227.1 $37.23 West Virginia $33.3 $1.8 $12.3 $47.4 $26.33 $27.5 $1.9 $11.2 $40.6 $22.56 $88.0 $48.89 Wisc. $57.4 $3.1 $25.2 $85.7 $15.87 $58.6 $3.2 $24.0 $85.8 $15.89 $171.5 $31.76 Wyoming $21.4 $1.4 $7.7 $30.5 $61.00 $19.4 $1.5 $6.6 $27.5 $55.00 $58.0 $116.00 Puerto Rico $35.4 $2.5 $19.6 $57.5 $14.74 $34.0 $2.7 $18.4 $55.1 $14.13 $112.6 $28.87 US Virgin Is. $6.1 $0.6 $1.3 $8.0 $80.00 $6.1 $0.6 $1.2 $7.9 $79.00 $15.9 $159.00 American Samoa $5.5 $0.4 $1.2 $7.1 $118.33 $6.1 $0.5 $1.0 $7.6 $126.67 $14.7 $245.00 Guam $6.0 $0.6 $1.3 $7.9 $39.50 $6.2 $0.6 $1.2 $8.0 $40.00 $15.9 $79.50 Northern Marianas $5.5 $0.5 $1.2 $7.2 $102.86 $5.8 $0.5 $1.1 $7.4 $105.71 $14.6 $208.57 $3,527.0 $165.2 $1,364.6 $5,056.8 $3,174.1 $173.7 $1,344.4 $4,692.2 Total $9,749.0 Source: U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security, CRS calculations based on the estimated 2002 census figures. 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