A look at restored state mineral payments

A look at the federal government's reversal of cuts in mineral payments to 35 states

Associated Press

The U.S. Department of Interior on Monday said it will restore mineral payments to 35 states that had been cut as a result of the automatic federal spending restrictions that took effect in March. A breakdown of the amount due, estimated at $110.86 million:

Alabama $217,731
Alaska $603,381
Arizona $759
Arkansas $98,739
California $5,500,974
Colorado $8,417,896
Florida $28,853
Idaho $245,792
Illinois $10,717
Indiana $187
Kansas $70,871
Kentucky $20,547
Louisiana $347,677
Michigan $16,763
Minnesota $487
Mississippi $110,102
Missouri $129,602
Montana $2,520,706
Nebraska $1,470
Nevada $630,685
New Mexico $26,038,169
North Carolina $7
North Dakota $3,222,598
Ohio $11,798
Oklahoma $283,862
Oregon $22,335
Pennsylvania $2,741
South Carolina $59
South Dakota $101,724
Texas $324,742
Utah $8,780,195
Virginia $1,877
Washington $728
West Virginia $9,626
Wyoming $53,082,211

Source: U.S. Department of Interior's Office of Natural Resources Revenue

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