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2007 Legislative Hot Topics

SCHIP Funding Allocations and Children Enrolled by State 1

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State State Share Federal Share Total Expenditure Child
Enrollment,
2005
Alabama $23,711,992 $87,403,248 $111,115,240 64,342
Alaska $8,244,136 $19,523,247 $27,767,383 11,366
Arizona $32,761,166 $109,000,696 $141,761,862 50,638
Arkansas $11,166,512 $49,653,268 $60,819,780 61,102
California $619,700,374 $1,150,872,123 $1,770,572,497 816,406
Colorado $32,435,667 $60,237,667 $92,673,334 40,696
Connecticut $11,034,314 $20,492,297 $31,526,611 15,696
Delaware $3,757,878 $6,997,354 $10,755,232 4,360
District of Columbia $2,084,158 $7,840,404 $9,924,562 4,573
Florida $86,526,092 $214,120,511 $300,646,604 203,983
Georgia $73,235,641 $192,303,305 $265,538,946 228,801
Hawaii $5,554,842 $13,712,734 $19,267,576 14,108
Idaho $4,937,799 $18,508,539 $23,446,338 13,787
Illinois $174,620,118 $324,294,505 $498,914,623 135,984
Indiana $27,555,572 $78,795,535 $106,351,107 68,939
Iowa $16,356,376 $47,861,826 $64,218,202 34,913
Kansas $18,630,215 $48,602,608 $67,232,823 34,611
Kentucky $21,153,447 $77,143,239 $98,296,686 49,377
Louisiana $25,894,214 $96,537,058 $122,431,272 107,914
Maine $8,607,690 $24,537,055 $33,144,745 13,989
Maryland $74,294,075 $137,974,711 $212,268,786 95,018
Massachusetts $81,365,772 $151,107,863 $232,473,635 65,289
Michigan $76,600,529 $175,457,809 $252,058,338 56,195
Minnesota $35,600,834 $66,115,834 $101,716,668 2,122
Mississippi $20,867,472 $103,343,670 $124,211,142 68,068
Missouri $28,358,336 $78,051,930 $106,410,266 93,730
Montana $4,498,615 $17,318,139 $21,816,754 10,908
Nebraska $8,435,498 $21,456,415 $29,891,913 23,132
Nevada $12,730,272 $27,466,356 $40,196,628 28,836
New Hampshire $5,311,475 $9,864,168 $15,175,643 7,022
New Jersey $130,385,642 $242,144,764 $372,530,406 115,222
New Mexico $7,951,619 $31,432,329 $39,383,948 10,647
New York $176,900,136 $328,528,824 $505,428,960 426,529
North Carolina $60,809,145 $177,098,308 $237,907,453 130,467
North Dakota $3,359,686 $10,697,577 $14,057,263 4,136
Ohio $66,290,699 $169,787,288 $236,077,987 122,796
Oklahoma $23,489,678 $81,094,819 $104,584,497 54,427
Oregon $21,508,276 $58,448,140 $79,956,416 25,014
Pennsylvania $75,441,875 $164,360,651 $239,802,526 136,511
Rhode Island $32,597,358 $69,652,825 $102,250,183 11,756
South Carolina $13,441,748 $49,136,221 $62,577,969 52,561
South Dakota $3,421,001 $10,570,824 $13,991,825 10,610
Tennessee $0 2 $0 1 $0 1 3
Texas $102,379,068 $269,367,729 $371,746,797 326,473
Utah $11,646,854 $45,250,334 $56,897,188 28,268
Vermont $1,962,246 $4,790,148 $6,752,394 2,992
Virginia $51,626,621 $95,878,010 $147,504,631 73,187
Washington $19,516,612 $36,245,137 $55,761,749 12,956
West Virginia $7,858,249 $33,697,799 $41,556,048 24,515
Wisconsin $37,172,506 $88,240,807 $125,413,313 28,006
Wyoming $2,996,523 $6,355,920 $9,352,443 4,121

Sources

  1. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. (2007). 50 state comparisons. Available online. Washington, DC: Author. back
  2. Qualifying under Public Law 108-74, the state is allowed to elect to receive a portion of their SCHIP allotments as increased federal matching for certain Medical expenditures. Tennessee does not have a separate SCHIP Program. back
  3. Tennessee phased out its Medicaid expansion program in September 2002. back




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