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White House Releases New Database Detailing State-By-State Breakdown on Infrastructure Investments

The White House released a new database for “Infrastructure Week” that provides a state-by-state breakdown of the $537 billion in infrastructure investments announced since the enactment of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, CHIPS and Science Act, and Inflation Reduction Act.

The ten states that have received the most infrastructure dollars so far are: (1) California at $45.1 billion; (2) Texas at $33.2 billion; (3) New York at $24.1 billion; (4) Florida at $17 billion; (5) Pennsylvania at $16.7 billion; (6) Illinois at $16.6 billion; (7) Arizona at $15.4 billion; (8) Maryland at $12.9 billion; (9) Ohio at $12.8 billion; and (10) Michigan at $12.4 billion.

The full list of fact sheets detailing the state-by-state funding breakdowns are available here.

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