President Obama’s budget last week detailed plans for spending $3.8 trillion in 2011. A lot of that is going to states for infrastructure and education.
On the surface, it looks like California and New York and other big states are getting the most. But when you look on a per capita basis, you see a group of smaller states doing exceptionally well, too.
And of course that’s at the expense of the 40 other states, whose citizens are paying huge Federal taxes, too.
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