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Military Statistics > Cost of Nuclear Weapons (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Cost of Nuclear Weapons . This data set indicates how much money leaves the state in terms of residents' individual income taxes to pay for nuclear weapons (defined as 'atomic energy activities' in the National Defense Budget).
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     California: $2,139,150,000.00  
# 2     New York: $1,396,414,000.00  
# 3     Texas: $1,347,589,000.00  
# 4     Illinois: $929,763,000.00  
# 5     Florida: $814,120,000.00  
# 6     New Jersey: $763,218,000.00  
# 7     Pennsylvania: $665,900,000.00  
# 8     Ohio: $605,544,000.00  
# 9     Georgia: $497,670,000.00  
# 10     Massachusetts: $467,250,000.00  
# 11     Michigan: $454,513,000.00  
# 12     North Carolina: $449,256,000.00  
# 13     Virginia: $435,999,000.00  
# 14     Connecticut: $414,437,000.00  
# 15     Washington: $388,750,000.00  
# 16     Minnesota: $378,638,000.00  
# 17     Maryland: $328,395,000.00  
# 18     Missouri: $275,062,000.00  
# 19     Wisconsin: $268,802,000.00  
# 20     Colorado: $262,124,000.00  
# 21     Tennessee: $255,488,000.00  
# 22     Indiana: $251,510,000.00  
# 23     Arizona: $221,207,000.00  
# 24     Oklahoma: $209,788,000.00  
# 25     Alabama: $159,287,000.00  
# 26     Arkansas: $157,337,000.00  
# 27     Nevada: $139,792,000.00  
# 28     Oregon: $138,250,000.00  
# 29     Louisiana: $136,313,000.00  
# 30     Kansas: $135,685,000.00  
# 31     Kentucky: $135,353,000.00  
# 32     South Carolina: $128,638,000.00  
# 33     Nebraska: $123,148,000.00  
# 34     Iowa: $114,590,000.00  
# 35     Delaware: $99,778,000.00  
# 36     District of Columbia: $78,310,000.00  
# 37     Utah: $76,355,000.00  
# 38     Mississippi: $74,669,000.00  
# 39     New Hampshire: $70,158,000.00  
# 40     Rhode Island: $69,033,000.00  
# 41     Hawaii: $53,228,000.00  
# 42     New Mexico: $52,285,000.00  
# 43     Maine: $47,904,000.00  
# 44     West Virginia: $47,034,000.00  
# 45     Idaho: $39,132,000.00  
# 46     Alaska: $31,059,000.00  
# 47     Wyoming: $30,753,000.00  
# 48     South Dakota: $26,492,000.00  
# 49     Montana: $26,099,000.00  
# 50     Vermont: $25,694,000.00  
# 51     North Dakota: $21,315,000.00  
= 52     Puerto Rico: $0.00  
= 52     Guam: $0.00  
= 52     American Samoa: $0.00  
= 52     US Virgin Islands: $0.00  
Total: $16,458,278,000.00   
Weighted average: $299,241,418.18  

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"Cost of Nuclear Weapons by state", National Priorities Project Database, 2004 . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/mil_cos_of_nuc_wea-military-cost-of-nuclear-weapons

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sim-sim
8th December 2010
Why are we spending this much on Nukes??? Spend it so we can try to reduce our national debt!
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