President Trump's First 100 Days: A Budget Of Broken Promises

April 28, 2017

President Trump made big promises to “Make American Great Again,” but in his first 100 days, he proposed a budget that breaks those promises and would make American families struggle even more.  

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: NATIONAL SECURITY

 

PROMISE: SAFETY AT HOME

 

Then-Candidate Donald Trump: “My plan will begin with safety at home – which means safe neighborhoods, secure borders, and protection from terrorism.” [Politico, 7/21/16]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS PROPOSED DEEP CUTS IN PROGRAMS THAT KEEP AMERICANS SAFE

 

President Trump’s budget cuts funding for cops, emergency preparedness, and diplomatic programs.

 

  • Cuts funding that helps states and cities prepare for and respond to terrorism. The budget cuts $667 million in funding from Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) programs that help states and cities prepare for and respond to acts of terrorism. See the Appendix Tables 1 and 2 for state-by-state funding levels for some of these programs from last fiscal year. [President Trump Budget Blueprint, p. 24; FEMA, Homeland Security Grant Program Fact Sheet, FY16]

 

  • Could cut funding for hiring local police officers.  Outside of the programs identified for elimination in Trump’s skinny budget, Department of Justice grant programs are cut by approximately 25%.  Applying this cut proportionally would mean a cut of more than $30 million for the COPS Hiring Program, resulting in 240 fewer officers across the country. See Table 3 for potential state-by-state effects. [U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations – Democratic Staff Report, 3/16/17]

 

  • Cuts funding for the State Department by more than 28% at a time when we need diplomacy as part of a smart and strong national security strategy.  President Trump wants to gut key State Department and USAID programs vital to prevent conflict overseas, safeguard U.S. national security, and promote American prosperity.  [Washington Post, 3/16/17]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: JOBS & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

 

PROMISE: JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

 

Then-Candidate Donald Trump: “I am going to be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.” [New Hampshire Primary Victory Speech, 2/9/16]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP WANTS TO GUT JOBS PROGRAMS

 

President Trump’s budget eliminates programs that save jobs and help manufacturers, and also cuts job training programs.

 

  • Eliminates funding that helps create and retain jobs, housing, and other crucial services for middle and low-income Americans. The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program has created or retained over 100,000 jobs over the past five years, and last year provided public service benefits such as substance abuse services, child care, senior citizen care, and services for the disabled to more than 9 million people. See Table 4 for how CDBGs were distributed by state in 2016. [CDBG, FY16; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 25]

 

  • Eliminates funding for partnerships with small and medium-sized manufacturers. In 2016 alone, the Manufacturing Extension Partnership created or retained over 86,000 jobs. [NIST; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 14]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: INFRASTRUCTURE

 

PROMISE: REBUILD AMERICA’S INFRASTRUCTURE

 

Then-President-Elect Donald Trump: “We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals.” [Election Night Speech, 11/9/16]

 

President Donald Trump: “Infrastructure — we're going to start spending on infrastructure big. Not like we have a choice. It's not like, oh gee, let's hold it off.” [CNBC, 2/27/17]

 

BROKEN: AS PRESIDENT, TRUMP’S BUDGET CUTS INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING

 

President Trump’s budget eliminates infrastructure programs that help economic development and rural airports, and also cuts water infrastructure funds.

 

  • Eliminates $500 million in funding for transportation projects tied to high-impact economic development. The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program funds transportation projects in all 50 states and 20% of all projects funded must be located in rural areas. See Table 5 for how TIGER grants were awarded by state in 2016. [DOT; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 36]

 

  • Eliminates funding to support rural airports that would not otherwise have service. The program serves 60 communities in Alaska and 115 rural communities in the contiguous United States. [DOT; DOT FY17; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 35]

 

  • Cuts water infrastructure project funding. The budget cuts the Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Program by $1 billion, adding to the agency’s backlog of projects to build, operate, and maintain water resources across the country. [President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 50]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: EDUCATION

 

PROMISE: MORE EDUCATION AVAILABLE FOR ALL

 

Then-Candidate Donald Trump: “What the federal government should do is to make sure that educational opportunities are available for everyone.” [Scientific American, 9/13/2016]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET CUTS EDUCATION

 

President Trump’s budget eliminates programs that fund local before and after school programming and that help teachers in rural areas; it also cuts billions from college student aid. 

 

  • Cuts student aid for college by more than $4 billion. The Trump budget proposal eliminates the Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant program, which provides assistance to 1.6 million college students with financial need. The budget also calls for significant but unspecified cuts to Federal Work Study, raids $3.9 billion from Pell Grant funding, and fails to reinstate year-round Pell Grants. [Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 8/15/16; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 18]

 

  • Eliminates funds for before and after school programs, cutting $1.2 billion. The 21st Century Community Learning Centers program funds before- and after-school programs, as well as summer learning programs that serve 1.6 million children from working families across the country. [Afterschool Alliance, 2/17; CRS, 1/4/17]

 

  • Eliminates funding that has been used to help teachers in rural areas and science and technology teachers, cutting $43 million. The Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) supports teacher preparation programs and professional development activities. The last two funding cycles have focused on preparing teachers in rural areas and for STEM education. [Department of Education, Accessed 3/16/17; CRS, 1/4/17]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: PROSPERITY FOR ALL

 

PROMISE: TAKING CARE OF EVERYONE

 

Then-President-Elect Donald Trump: “I wanna make sure that nobody's dying on the streets when I'm president.” [ABC News, 1/25/17]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET CUTS PROGRAMS FOR LOW-INCOME AMERICANS

 

President Trump’s budget cuts funds that provide economic security to the most vulnerable Americans, from programs that help heat and cool the homes of seniors and low-income Americans to Meals on Wheels.

 

  • Eliminates a program that provides heat for seniors and low-income American families. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides funding to assist at-risk Americans with their energy bills, allowing them access to heat in the winter. LIHEAP serves those most at risk. Ninety percent of heating assistance for LIHEAP households in 2014 had a member over 60 years old, under five years old, or with a disability. See Table 6 for how much each state received in 2016.  [LIHEAP, 2017; HHS, 2014; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 22]

 

  • Eliminates federal funding that goes to state and local partnerships for “Meals on Wheels” programs across the country. While these funds provide only a part of the funds for “Meals on Wheels” hot meals, this cut will impact the over 2.4 million senior citizens that are served by these programs every year. See Table 7 for how many meals are served in each state by these programs. [Meals on Wheels, 2016; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 25]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: HEALTHCARE

 

PROMISE: INVESTING IN SCIENCE AND RESEARCH, INCLUDING HEALTH RESEARCH

 

Then-Candidate Trump: “We must make the commitment to invest in science, engineering, healthcare and other areas that will make the lives of Americans better, safer and more prosperous.” [Scientific American, 9/13/2016]

 

President Donald Trump: “We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow.” [Inaugural Address, 1/20/17]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET CUTS HEALTH CARE AND HEALTH RESEARCH 

 

President Trump’s budget cuts health programs and health research that could set our nation back in our fights against diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.

 

  • Cuts billions from medical research. President Trump’s budget cuts $5.8 billion from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) – an 18% cut. This includes work to develop a cure for cancer, which impacts 1.6 million Americans and their families each year, and to fight Alzheimer’s disease, which more than 5 million Americans are living with today. It could also cripple the NIH Clinical Center, where scientists have discovered historic innovations like the development of chemotherapy for cancer, the first gene therapy and the first treatment of AIDS, and where 1,600 clinical trials are currently in progress. See Table 8 for FY17 NIH grants awarded in each state. [President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 22; NIH Budget, Accessed 3/16/17; OMB at page 22, 3/16/17; National Cancer Institute, Accessed 2/28/17; Alzheimer’s Association, Accessed 2/28/17]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: RURAL AMERICA

 

PROMISE: PAYING ATTENTION TO RURAL AMERICA

 

President Donald Trump: “So to all Americans, in every city near and far, small and large, from mountain to mountain, and from ocean to ocean, hear these words: You will never be ignored again.” [Inaugural Address, 1/20/17]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET CUTS FUNDING FOR RURAL AMERICANS

 

President Trump’s budget proposes drastic cuts to programs that rural communities rely on for critical infrastructure, clean water, and jobs.

 

  • Completely eliminates programs to keep water clean and dispose of wastewater in rural areas, cutting $500 million in assistance to the communities he promised to protect. USDA water infrastructure programs give small communities funding for clean, reliable drinking water and sanitary waste disposal. These communities may otherwise be unable to access credit they need to keep their water clean and safe. See Table 10 for how funding was distributed for this program by state in 2016. [USDA; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 12]

 

  • Eliminates a program that promotes economic development in rural areas, a cut of $95 million for rural America. By eliminating the Rural Business - Cooperative Service, the budget cuts of $95 million from a program that promotes economic development in distressed rural areas. RBS created over 35,000 jobs in 2016 and assisted over 15,000 rural businesses. [USDA FY17 Budget, p38; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 12]

 

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET BROKEN PROMISES: CLEAN AIR AND WATER

 

PROMISE: CLEAN AIR AND WATER

 

Then-President-Elect Trump: “I will tell you this: Clean air is vitally important. Clean water, crystal-clean water is vitally important.” - President-elect Trump [New York Times Interview, 11/22/16]

 

BROKEN: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S BUDGET MASSIVELY CUTS CLEAN AIR AND WATER

 

President Trump’s budget cuts programs that ensure clean air and safe drinking water.

 

  • Cuts the environmental protection programs by 31%, jeopardizing clean air and water for millions, as well as 3,000 jobs. The budget devastates the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) operating budget, cutting $2.6 billion (or 31%) and jeopardizing more than 3,000 jobs at the agency charged with protecting human health and the environment. [OMB at page 41, 3/16/17; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 41]

 

  • Eliminates more than 50 environmental protection programs, including regional programs like the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and investments in the Chesapeake Bay. Eliminating the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative would endanger clean water in a region home to 30 million Americans. Eliminating the Chesapeake Bay funds affect 17 million Americans. See Table 11 for how much could be lost by each state in geographic funding. [EPA; The Hill, 1/28/15; Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 5/12; President Trump Budget Blueprint, page 42]

 

 

APPENDIX

 

Table 1: FEMA State Homeland Security Program Allocations (Fiscal Year 2016)

State

FY16 Funding

Alabama

$3,734,500

Alaska

$3,734,500

Arizona

$4,568,000

Arkansas

$3,734,500

California

$60,178,500

Colorado

$3,979,000

Connecticut

$3,978,000

Delaware

$3,734,500

District of Columbia

$4,141,500

Florida

$11,040,500

Georgia

$6,807,000

Hawaii

$3,734,500

Idaho

$3,734,500

Illinois

$16,408,500

Indiana

$3,978,000

Iowa

$3,734,500

Kansas

$3,734,500

Kentucky

$3,978,000

Louisiana

$3,978,000

Maine

$3,734,500

Maryland

$6,153,500

Massachusetts

$5,645,000

Michigan

$6,658,000

Minnesota

$3,978,000

Mississippi

$3,734,500

Missouri

$3,978,000

Montana

$3,734,500

Nebraska

$3,734,500

Nevada

$3,734,500

New Hampshire

$3,734,500

New Jersey

$8,354,000

New Mexico

$3,734,500

New York

$76,949,000

North Carolina

$5,489,000

North Dakota

$3,734,500

Ohio

$7,698,000

Oklahoma

$3,734,500

Oregon

$3,837,000

Pennsylvania

$10,054,500

Rhode Island

$3,734,500

South Carolina

$3,734,500

South Dakota

$3,734,500

Tennessee

$3,978,000

Texas

$21,498,000

Utah

$3,734,500

Vermont

$3,734,500

Virginia

$7,445,500

Washington

$6,493,000

West Virginia

$3,734,500

Wisconsin

$3,978,000

Wyoming

$3,734,500

Total

$394,849,500

Source

FY16 FEMA Fact Sheet

 

 

 

Table 2: Urban Area Security Initiative Allocations (Fiscal Year 2016)

State

FY16 Total

Arizona

$5,430,000

California

$124,658,000

Colorado

$2,962,000

District of Columbia

$53,309,000

Florida

$8,392,000

Georgia

$5,430,000

Illinois

$68,610,000

Maryland

$2,962,000

Massachusetts

$17,770,000

Michigan

$5,430,000

Minnesota

$5,430,000

Missouri

$2,962,000

Nevada

$2,962,000

New Jersey

$20,534,000

New York

$178,623,000

North Carolina

$2,962,000

Ohio

$2,962,000

Oregon

$2,962,000

Pennsylvania

$21,225,000

Texas

$38,995,000

Washington

$5,430,000

Total

$580,000,000

Source

FY 16 FEMA Fact Sheet

 

 

 

Table 3: Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Hiring Program

State

FY18 Projected Level

Projected Reduction*

 

Officers

Funding

Officers

Funding

Alabama

16

$1,859,879

-5

-$610,000

Alaska

6

$821,990

-2

-$269,000

American Samoa

4

$219,727

-1

-$72,000

Arizona

13

$1,719,931

-4

-$564,000

Arkansas

8

$861,337

-3

-$282,000

California

83

$12,729,207

-27

-$4,172,000

Colorado

6

$821,204

-2

-$269,000

Connecticut

11

$2,171,266

-3

-$712,000

Delaware

9

$1,129,753

-3

-$370,000

District of Columbia

11

$1,412,191

-4

-$463,000

Florida

73

$9,034,291.00

-24

-$2,961,000

Georgia

15

$1,627,704

-5

-$533,000

Guam

1

$181,620

0

-$60,000

Hawaii

2

$219,674

-1

-$72,000

Idaho

4

519,837

-1

-$170,000

Illinois

26

$3,295,112

-9

-$1,080,000

Indiana

9

$1,061,592

-3

-$348,000

Iowa

4

$514,902

-1

-$169,000

Kansas

6

$702,471

-2

-$230,000

Kentucky

8

$1,019,252

-3

-$334,000

Louisiana

12

$1,562,108

-4

-$512,000

Maine

5

$697,962

-2

-$229,000

Maryland

5

$627,640

-2

-$206,000

Massachusetts

4

$502,112

-1

-$165,000

Michigan

24

$3,349,022

-8

-$1,098,000

Minnesota

10

$1,334,971

-3

-$438,000

Mississippi

6

$604,439

-2

-$198,000

Missouri

22

$2,664,493

-7

-$873,000

Montana

6

$995,270

-2

-$326,000

Nebraska

4

$470,730

-1

-$154,000

Nevada

8

$1,143,565

-3

-$375,000

New Hampshire

4

$470,730

-1

-$154,000

New Jersey

58

$8,106,134

-19

-$2,657,000

New Mexico

8

$1,041,949

-3

-$341,000

New York

6

$872,799

-2

-$286,000

North Carolina

25

$3,060,338

-8

-$1,003,000

North Dakota

6

$737,218

-2

-$242,000

Northern Mariana Islands

2

$104,784

0

-$34,000

Ohio

45

$5,829,832

-15

-$1,911,000

Oklahoma

6

$672,296

-2

-$220,000

Oregon

5

$664,040

-1

-$218,000

Pennsylvania

11

$1,509,009

-3

-$495,000

Puerto Rico

7

$465,613

-2

-$153,000

Rhode Island

6

$784,551

-2

-$257,000

South Carolina

17

$2,119,543

-6

-$695,000

South Dakota

4

$480,021

-1

-$157,000

Tennessee

8

$1,008,611

-2

-$331,000

Texas

43

$5,400,243

-14

-$1,770,000

Utah

8

$972,843

-3

-$319,000

Vermont

4

$641,579

-1

-$210,000

Virgin Islands

6

$732,684

-2

-$240,000

Virginia

4

$533,494

-1

-$175,000

Washington

19

$3,075,413

-6

-$1,008,000

West Virginia

4

$458,108

-1

-$150,000

Wisconsin

12

$1,537,912

-4

-$504,000

Wyoming

1

$62,371

0

-$20,000

TOTALS

733

$97,217,367

-240

-$31,860,000

Source

House Appropriations Committee Calculations

*rounded

 

 

Table 4: Community Development Block Grant Fiscal Year 2016

State

FY16 Allocations

Alabama

$40,510,462

Alaska

$4,199,056

Arizona

$49,576,409

Arkansas

$23,494,915

California

$356,855,242

Colorado

$33,799,265

Connecticut

$35,627,649

Delaware

$6,417,563

District Of Columbia

$13,778,139

Florida

$132,075,735

Georgia

$77,013,447

Hawaii

$12,205,032

Idaho

$11,599,185

Illinois

$149,547,787

Indiana

$60,833,178

Iowa

$33,225,933

Kansas

$23,909,769

Kentucky

$39,217,682

Louisiana

$43,971,970

Maine

$16,494,704

Maryland

$45,051,559

Massachusetts

$91,588,301

Michigan

$111,447,354

Minnesota

$47,941,187

Mississippi

$26,789,607

Missouri

$57,263,371

Montana

$7,609,786

Nebraska

$16,524,837

Nevada

$19,987,856

New Hampshire

$11,392,754

New Jersey

$81,306,178

New Mexico

$16,494,345

New York

$288,016,281

North Carolina

$71,615,290

North Dakota

$4,967,535

Ohio

$137,466,074

Oklahoma

$24,611,920

Oregon

$31,670,366

Pennsylvania

$169,582,362

Rhode Island

$15,183,311

South Carolina

$34,666,265

South Dakota

$6,445,895

Tennessee

$45,556,459

Texas

$216,584,233

Utah

$19,496,384

Vermont

$7,143,768

Virginia

$50,846,097

Washington

$51,455,458

West Virginia

$18,687,152

Wisconsin

$56,738,253

Wyoming

$3,482,431

TOTAL

$2,951,965,791

SOURCE

HUD Community Planning and Development Program Formula Allocations for FY 2016, Accessed 4/21/2017

 

 

Table 5: Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Funding

State

FY16 Total

Alabama

$14,465,044

Arkansas

$6,185,400

California

$40,000,000

Colorado

$15,000,000

Connecticut

$20,000,000

Delaware

$10,000,000

Florida

$11,443,371

Georgia

$10,000,000

Iowa

$8,000,000

Illinois

$39,000,000

Indiana

$13,500,000

Kentucky

$14,095,887

Maryland

$20,000,000

Maine

$10,525,000

Michigan

$20,000,000

Minnesota

$17,700,000

Mississippi

$10,000,000

North Carolina

$5,000,000

New Jersey

$16,200,000

Nevada

$13,324,000

New York

$17,629,800

Ohio

$12,950,000

Oregon

$7,329,000

Pennsylvania

$24,000,000

Rhode Island

$13,100,000

South Carolina

$9,765,620

South Dakota

$14,620,000

Tennessee

$10,000,000

Texas

$10,000,000

Utah

$20,000,000

Washington

$10,000,000

Total

$463,833,122

Source

TIGER Fact Sheet

 

 

 


 

Table 6: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Funding

 

State

FY16 Total

Alabama

$43.55 million

Alaska

$17.50 million

Arizona

$21.06 million

Arkansas

$27.86 million

California

$177.17 million

Colorado

$49.00 million

Connecticut

$80.69 million

Delaware

$12.57 million

District of Columbia

$10.39 million

Florida

$68.91 million

Georgia

$54.49 million

Hawaii

$5.49 million

Idaho

$20.00 million

Illinois

$166.27 million

Indiana

$75.28 million

Iowa

$53.35 million

Kansas

$31.92 million

Kentucky

$46.71 million

Louisiana

$42.23 million

Maine

$38.92 million

Maryland

$72.26 million

Massachusetts

$148.77 million

Michigan

$157.86 million

Minnesota

$113.73 million

Mississippi

$29.05 million

Missouri

$73.30 million

Montana

$23.46 million

Nebraska

$29.38 million

Nevada

$9.89 million

New Hampshire

$26.40 million

New Jersey

$127.09 million

New Mexico

$18.77 million

New York

$364.24 million

North Carolina

$86.70 million

North Dakota

$25.48 million

Ohio

$147.09 million

Oklahoma

$36.84 million

Oregon

$35.69 million

Pennsylvania

$203.41 million

Rhode Island

$26.00 million

South Carolina

$34.59 million

South Dakota

$20.70 million

Tennessee

$56.10 million

Texas

$114.65 million

Utah

$23.83 million

Vermont

$18.98 million

Virginia

$83.93 million

Washington

$58.71 million

West Virginia

$28.87 million

Wisconsin

$102.37 million

Wyoming

$9.54 million

Total

$3.351 billion

Source

CRS

 

 

Table 7: Meals on Wheels

State

Total Seniors Served By Programs*

Total Meals Served*

Total Nutrition Program Expenditures

Alabama

42,447

6,023,414

$32,341,186

Alaska

10,938

725,442

$10,968,375

Arizona

27,874

2,582,961

$11,873,919

Arkansas

37,992

3,550,939

$18,690,727

California

217,228

17,365,427

$143,997,084

Colorado

25,723

1,858,263

$14,816,364

Connecticut

22,661

2,028,335

$15,845,602

Delaware

14,650

929,305

$5,200,945

D.C.

8,794

878,733

$7,094,608

Florida

61,968

12,426,823

$65,084,392

Georgia

26,093

3,542,342

$29,321,206

Hawaii

6,344

598,668

$6,673,459

Idaho

17,602

933,334

$5,942,666

Illinois

115,475

8,098,530

$53,321,989

Indiana

26,028

2,180,461

$21,548,260

Iowa

40,877

2,465,891

$18,431,831

Kansas

34,749

3,023,461

$18,308,254

Kentucky

28,722

2,305,320

$14,946,987

Louisiana

37,431

4,674,849

$30,063,418

Maine

18,497

795,890

$5,418,972

Maryland

38,155

2,176,064

$16,917,023

Massachusetts

75,465

8,623,047

$64,351,948

Michigan

106,981

9,998,095

$49,115,512

Minnesota

53,781

3,225,401

$23,404,465

Mississippi

19,868

2,705,920

$7,336,134

Missouri

99,556

6,963,726

$45,850,186

Montana

27,555

1,797,829

$10,615,004

Nebraska

26,556

1,866,306

$14,129,121

Nevada

23,941

1,747,335

$4,029,113

New Hampshire

30,628

1,722,302

$14,210,045

New Jersey

51,180

5,082,209

$42,043,894

New Mexico

42,342

3,060,584

$20,737,948

New York

216,036

22,982,322

$180,653,248

North Carolina

41,746

4,449,995

$25,395,739

North Dakota

19,165

1,105,912

$9,756,064

Ohio

83,737

7,696,772

$57,265,616

Oklahoma

27,210

2,819,905

$17,328,204

Oregon

45,904

2,598,491

$13,459,482

Pennsylvania

102,240

8,445,101

$66,990,679

Rhode Island

7,840

572,692

$3,715,543

South Carolina

19,973

2,379,190

$15,328,573

South Dakota

11,976

1,204,258

$7,649,576

Tennessee

20,212

2,122,029

$14,768,262

Texas

124,011

15,260,096

$75,699,575

Utah

32,044

1,848,778

$13,707,762

Vermont

15,372

1,170,781

$6,391,197

Virginia

24,415

2,740,326

$21,984,219

Washington

54,805

2,991,943

$15,312,405

West Virginia

29,473

2,223,051

$15,033,519

Wisconsin

65,250

3,701,283

$33,383,777

Wyoming

43,410

5,715,132

$22,058,500

TOTAL

2,402,920

217,985,263

$1,458,512,577

Source

Source: Meals on Wheels America, Accessed 4/21/2017

* Based on 2017 Program Fact Sheet

*NOTE: Meals on Wheels is funded by several federal funding sources, including the Older Americans Act, the Administration for Community Living and HUD’s CDBG, as well as private funding. These figures represent the total amount available in each of these states in 2017, a percentage of which may come from CDBG funding.   

 

 

 

Table 8: National Institutes of Health Funding

State

Total Awards

 

Funding Awards FY17

Alabama

199

$87,923,277

Alaska

2

$755,920

Arizona

139

$52,460,343

Arkansas

37

$12,558,320

California

2525

$1,041,048,827

Colorado

376

$109,930,338

Connecticut

418

$152,701,147

Delaware

28

$10,120,410

District Of Columbia

103

$53,740,911

Florida

445

$177,567,987

Georgia

395

$146,386,278

Hawaii

23

$7,168,820

Idaho

6

$5,116,766

Illinois

618

$211,370,473

Indiana

201

$68,755,751

Iowa

146

$54,186,712

Kansas

61

$21,501,675

Kentucky

141

$51,774,947

Louisiana

94

$34,548,950

Maine

36

$16,487,108

Maryland

678

$300,098,507

Massachusetts

1733

$799,699,584

Michigan

526

$213,631,218

Minnesota

334

$136,298,437

Mississippi

28

$9,743,070

Missouri

405

$160,752,574

Montana

21

$5,623,420

Nebraska

75

$26,345,106

Nevada

14

$8,232,888

New Hampshire

77

$34,965,479

New Jersey

184

$79,675,259

New Mexico

69

$28,451,254

New York

1645

$655,252,393

North Carolina

670

$302,751,214

North Dakota

5

$2,510,208

Ohio

569

$224,884,242

Oklahoma

53

$23,453,212

Oregon

212

$86,820,410

Pennsylvania

1187

$530,910,581

Rhode Island

164

$41,867,638

South Carolina

155

$53,829,055

South Dakota

11

$2,805,156

Tennessee

371

$138,341,159

Texas

965

$332,009,149

Utah

141

$45,092,858

Vermont

38

$13,180,563

Virginia

271

$113,830,324

Washington

553

$331,535,499

West Virginia

13

$4,236,331

Wisconsin

311

$112,450,645

Wyoming

5

$3,105,491

TOTAL

17,476

$7,138,487,884

SOURCE

Source: NIH Awards by Location & Organization, 4/17/2017

 

 

 

Table 9: Distance Learning & Telemedicine Funding

State

FY16 Total

Alaska

$1,430,576

Alabama

$578,278

Arkansas

$1,332,671

Arizona

$205,052

California

$2,070,825

Colorado

$183,597

Georgia

$1,533,081

Illinois

$617,242

Indiana

$73,348

Kentucky

$377,121

Louisiana

$1,134,678

Massachusetts

$636,619

Maine

$1,644,596

Michigan

$544,719

Minnesota

$623,481

Mississippi

$396,530

Montana

$652,240

North Carolina

$1,257,630

Nebraska

$309,807

New Mexico

$606,019

Nevada

$1,361,542

New York

$221,780

Ohio

$391,886

Oklahoma

$1,536,527

Oregon

$98,713

Pennsylvania

$1,040,955

South Carolina

$1,274,853

South Dakota

$610,963

Tennessee

$1,065,107

Texas

$430,780

Utah

$304,132

Virginia

$587,264

Washington

$457,028

Wisconsin

$1,070,443

West Virginia

$1,188,108

Total

$27,848,191

Source

USDA

 

 

Table 10: Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Programs Funding

State

FY16 Total

Alabama

$9,306,500

Alaska

$37,214,444

Arizona

$12,033,456

Arkansas

$9,812,100

California

$15,499,504

Colorado

$8,884,955

Connecticut

$4,045,000

Delaware

$2,815,000

Florida

$9,135,320

Georgia

$11,635,500

Hawaii

$16,202,232

Idaho

$7,715,107

Illinois

$14,366,787

Indiana

$17,607,100

Iowa

$10,038,840

Kansas

$5,215,000

Kentucky

$9,989,000

Louisiana

$6,229,864

Maine

$11,557,000

Maryland

$11,668,000

Massachusetts

$3,187,000

Michigan

$16,196,700

Minnesota

$15,071,816

Mississippi

$12,697,759

Missouri

$16,625,710

Montana

$13,211,466

Nebraska

$5,241,400

Nevada

$2,402,589

New Hampshire

$4,740,919

New Jersey

$3,523,000

New Mexico

$10,653,100

New York

$8,213,000

North Carolina

$10,835,781

North Dakota

$8,100,753

Ohio

$14,041,805

Oklahoma

$37,318,588

Oregon

$6,597,182

Pennsylvania

$16,344,000

Rhode Island

$1,842,000

South Carolina

$9,145,300

South Dakota

$6,461,846

Tennessee

$9,888,785

Texas

$28,893,955

Utah

$7,864,212

Vermont

$7,475,892

Virginia

$10,336,000

Washington

$5,908,200

West Virginia

$6,596,000

Wisconsin

$10,418,095

Wyoming

$3,821,000

TOTAL

$547,853,562

SOURCE

USDA

 

 

 

Table 11: EPA Geographic Programs Funding

Geographic Program

States Affected

Funding Eliminated

Great Lakes Restoration

Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania

$300,000,000

Chesapeake Bay

Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, District of Columbia

$73,000,000

Puget Sound

Washington

$28,000,000

Southern New England Estuaries

Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut

$5,000,000

San Francisco Bay

California

$4,819,000

Gulf of Mexico

Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas

$4,482,000

Lake Champlain

Vermont, New York

$4,399,000

Long Island Sound

New York, Connecticut

$3,940,000

South Florida

Florida

$1,704,000

Pacific Northwest

California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington

$1,445,000

Lake Pontchartrain

Louisiana

$948,000

TOTAL

 

$427,737,000

SOURCE

EPA (p. 78)