A look at restored state mineral payments

The U.S. Department of Interior said Monday 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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