Answered By: Ash Faulkner Last Updated: Mar 29, 2023 Views: 11
There is. The U.S. Census Bureau conducts an Annual Survey of State Government Finances. These data tables can be easily exported into Excel and include information such as state revenues from various forms of taxes, utilities provision etc., expenditures by function (education, highways, police, etc.), debt and cash and securities holdings. There's also the Fiscal Survey of the States put out by the National Association of State Budget Officers. These reports gather information from all 50 state budget offices and provide "a narrative analysis of the fiscal condition of the states and data summaries of state general fund revenues, expenditures, and balances." If you're interested particularly in the state budget of Ohio, you can go to the Ohio Office of Budget and Management website where they provide a number of relevant reports.
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