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Rank State Revenue
(thousands of $)
1 California $25,718,743
2 New York $17,537,401
3 Texas $8,692,806
4 Pennsylvania $8,403,855
5 Florida $7,879,906
6 Illinois $6,450,328
7 Ohio $6,224,254
8 New Jersey $5,594,314
9 North Carolina $5,037,244
10 Massachusetts $4,774,831
11 Washington $4,136,962
12 Minnesota $3,870,786
13 Connecticut $3,347,592
14 Michigan $3,263,940
15 Virginia $3,222,862
16 Indiana $3,122,287
17 Georgia $3,119,646
18 Wisconsin $2,842,832
19 Maryland $2,810,163
20 Tennessee $2,477,816
21 Kentucky $2,218,550
22 Arizona $2,212,177
23 Alabama $2,091,870
24 Missouri $2,091,063
25 Colorado $1,745,534
26 Louisiana $1,670,287
27 Oklahoma $1,588,425
28 Iowa $1,588,111
29 Arkansas $1,536,542
30 Nevada $1,514,883
31 Oregon $1,505,379
32 Kansas $1,452,930
33 Mississippi $1,419,525
34 Hawaii $1,340,419
35 South Carolina $1,331,975
36 D.C. $1,209,054
37 Utah $1,104,931
38 West Virginia $1,087,255
39 New Mexico $1,041,754
40 Alaska $1,016,959
41 Nebraska $827,143
42 New Hampshire $811,379
43 Delaware $697,288
44 Maine $690,611
45 North Dakota $656,739
46 Idaho $607,670
47 Rhode Island $594,021
48 Montana $453,529
49 Wyoming $417,620
50 Vermont $323,903
51 South Dakota $303,467
Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Read the "State and local tax revenue grow for a second straight quarter" story to learn about tax revenue growth in the first quarter of 2010.