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2023, 03-07 Study Session (Very large packet) AGENDA SPOKANE VALLEY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING STUDY SESSION Tuesday,March 7,2023 6:00 p.m. Remotely via ZOOM Meeting and In Person at 10210 E Sprague Avenue Council Requests Please Silence Your Cell Phones During Council Meeting NOTE: Members of the public may attend Spokane Valley Council meetings in-person at City Hall at the address provided above,or via Zoom at the link below.Members of the public will be allowed to comment in-person or via Zoom as described below. Public comments will only be accepted for those items noted on the agenda as"public comment opportunity." If making a comment via Zoom,comments must be received by 4:00 pm the day of the meeting.Otherwise,comments will be taken in-person at the meeting in Council Chambers,as noted on the agenda below. • Sign up to Provide Oral Public Comment at the Meeting via Calling-In • Submit Written Public Comment Prior to the Meeting • Join the Zoom WEB Meeting CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL APPROVAL OF AGENDA PROCLAMATION GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY: This is an opportunity for the public to speak on any subject except agenda action items, as public comments will be taken on those items where indicated. Please keep comments to matters within the jurisdiction of the City Government.This is not an opportunity for questions or discussion. Diverse points of view are welcome but please keep remarks civil. Remarks will be limited to three minutes per person. To comment via zoom: use the link above for oral or written comments as per those directions. To comment at the meeting in person: speakers may sign in to speak but it is not required.A sign-in sheet will be provided in Council Chambers. ACTION ITEMS: 1.Motion Consideration: Spokane County Library District Memorandum of Understanding—Erik Lamb [public comment opportunity] 2.Motion Consideration: ARPA(American Rescue Plan)Police Camera Trailer—Erik Lamb, Chief Ellis [public comment opportunity] NON-ACTION ITEMS: 3. Sports Commission Update -John Hohman;Ashley Blake w/Sports Commission 4. Compost Procurement Ordinance—Bill Helbig 5. Opioid Settlement Update—Tony Beattie,Erik Lamb 6. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC)Alternates—Erik Lamb 7. Advance Agenda—Mayor Haley COUNCIL COMMENTS CITY MANAGER COMMENTS ADJOURN Council Agenda March 7,2023 Page 1 of 1 CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY Request for Council Action Meeting Date: March 7, 2023 Department Director Approval: Check all that apply: ❑consent ❑old business ®new business ❑public hearing ❑information ❑admin.report ❑pending legislation ❑executive session AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Motion Consideration—Memorandum of Understanding with Spokane County Library District—Allocation of expenses for joint use facilities. GOVERNING LEGISLATION: RCW 39.34.080. PREVIOUS COUNCIL ACTION TAKEN: 08/28/2007 Admin Report; Approval for Feasibility Study for Balfour Park 09/11/2012 Admin Report- Spokane County Library District(SCLD)Interlocal Agreement 09/25/2012 Passed motion to execute SCLD Interlocal Agreement 10/29/2013 Passed motion to adopt Balfour Park/Library Conceptual plan 07/25/2017 Approved 2017 Addendum to 2012 agreement to increase the performance time for SCLD from October 2017 to October 2022 01/26/2021 Admin Report- SCLD Update by Director Patrick Roewe 02/02/2021 Admin Report- SCLD Interlocal Agreement Proposed Amendment 02/09/2021 Approved amended SCLD Interlocal Agreement which extends agreement to 2024 as Library found alternative funding rather than a voter approved bond 07/06/2021 Passed motion to authorize AHBL Park Design Agreement;noted the Library also selected this company for their construction. 02/28/2023 Administrative Report on Memorandum of Understanding on allocation of expenses BACKGROUND: The City entered into an interlocal agreement with the SCLD in 2012 shortly after the City purchased 8.4 acres of property from Pring Corporation in anticipation of SCLD constructing and operating a new central library facility within Spokane Valley. Pursuant to that interlocal agreement, the City sold a total of 2.72 acres to SCLD so that SCLD could build its new facility,which was anticipated to occur within a five-year period. In 2017,the interlocal agreement timeframe for completion was extended from 2017 to 2022,with a possible additional extension to October 2024. SCLD submitted a bond proposal to the voters in 2013 and 2014,both of which failed to reach the required 60% approval threshold to pass, although the 2015 effort received a 57.57%positive vote. In 2021, SCLD determined that it could arrange sufficient financing through the state,which led to the successful funding to construct the new library. Section 6 of the original Agreement in 2012, and as further amended in 2021 through the Addendum, requires the City to contribute $1.3 million toward frontage and joint site improvements related to the Library Project. The City previously paid $254,024 for Library Project frontage improvements in 2021. Additionally,SCLD has now constructed its joint use improvements that qualify for use of these funds,and has identified the full cost of those to be $799,093. Approval of this Agreement would authorize the City Manager to reimburse SCLD for those costs by April 1,2023. This would leave a balance of$246,883 from the original $1.3 million that the City will use to construct additional joint site improvements during construction of Balfour Park, which include but are not limited to landscaping, trees and irrigation for the Balfour Park area east of the Library Project parking lot and north and east of the Library Project; arc walkway and lighting from the Library Project parking lot and in front of the Library Project easterly to the main Balfour Park entrance at Sprague Avenue; and the events Plaza due east of the Library Project and the diagonal walkway from the future amphitheater to the Events Plaza. The City Council awarded a bid for the Balfour Park project on January 24, 2023. As discussed in that meeting,the Balfour Park Project will be funded with City Fund 312 and the $246,833 funds leftover for the shared improvements as described in this RCA. The City and SCLD will negotiate a separate joint use agreement relating to allocation of operation and maintenance expenditures for these joint use facilities, and will update Council in the future on this issue. OPTIONS: (1)Motion to approve the proposed Memorandum of Understanding relating to allocation of expenses for joint use facilities to a future motion consideration; or(2)take other action as appropriate. RECOMMENDED ACTION OR MOTION: Move to approve the Memorandum of Understanding Between the City of Spokane Valley and Spokane County Library District for Contributions by the Parties to certain improvements at the Library Site located between Balfour Road and Herald Road. BUDGET/FINANCIAL IMPACTS: The City previously committed to investing$1.3 million in joint site areas and frontage improvements related to the new library facility. The $1.3 million consists of$839,285 that is being held in the Civic Facilities Capital Projects Fund #310 and an additional $460,715 that is earmarked for this purpose in the Capital Reserve Fund #312. The $839,285 in Fund #310 represents the proceeds from the sale of the 2.72 acres of land to SCLD, as described above. STAFF CONTACT: Erik Lamb,Deputy City Manager. ATTACHMENTS: Proposed Memorandum of Understanding relating to allocation of expenses for joint use facilities. DRAFT MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY AND SPOKANE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT FOR CONTRIBUTIONS BY THE PARTIES TO CERTAIN IMPROVEMENTS AT THE LIBRARY SITE LOCATED BETWEEN BALFOUR ROAD AND HERALD ROAD WHEREAS, pursuant to chapter 27.12 RCW, the Spokane County Library District (Library District) operates throughout many areas of Spokane County, including in the City of Spokane Valley (City) as a result of a vote of its citizens to annex into Library District in 2005. The City and Library District are collectively referred to as the Parties; and WHEREAS, pursuant to chapter 27.12 RCW, the Library District Board of Library Trustees has the care of Library District property and management of Library District funds and business; and WHEREAS,pursuant to chapter 35A.11 RCW,the City Council has the care of City property and management of City funds and business; and WHEREAS, in 2012,the City purchased approximately 8.26 acres of vacant property immediately west of existing Balfour Park,bounded by Sprague Avenue on the south,Herald Road on the west, and Main Avenue on the north. Contemporaneous to the City's purchase,the Parties executed an interlocal agreement (the 2012 Agreement) for the City to sell of a portion of recently purchased City park property to the Library District; and WHEREAS,the intent by the Parties in executing the 2012 Agreement was for the Library District to construct a new main library facility in the City to replace the existing facility located at 12004 East Main Avenue (the Library Project), and which would be integrated with the City's planned Balfour Park expansion (the Park Project), with shared use areas including parking and a central plaza. Consistent with the Parties' intent,they entered into a joint site development process,which was completed in 2013 and which identified additional property necessary for the Library Project. The Parties completed the transfer of the additional property. As of the date of this Agreement, the Library Project site consists of 2.72 acres, designated as Spokane County parcel no. 45174.9066 (the Library Site); and WHEREAS, the Parties executed an amendment to the 2012 Agreement in 2017 (2017 Amendment), which extended the time in which Library District could obtain funding for design and construction of the Library Project. Additionally, the City committed to applying the Library District's purchase price of$839,285.10, plus an additional $460,714.90 from the City's general fund, toward certain frontage and joint site improvements as part of the Library Project; and WHEREAS, the 2017 Amendment further identified how the $1.3 million being contributed by the City would be spent, stating in pertinent part as follows: The City shall contribute $1.3 million in frontage and/or joint site improvements on the Library Site. This amount includes the $839,285.10 paid by the Library District to the City for the Site. This City obligation is separate from and in addition to any frontage or site improvements the City would already be responsible for in developing and constructing Balfour Park. The intent of these contributions by the Parties is to accomplish the mutual Memorandum of Understanding Page 1 of 4 City Contribution towards Library Project DRAFT goals set forth in the recitals to this Addendum, above, and to reduce the amount of bond proceeds that would be requested from the voters; and; WHEREAS, in 2021, the City's CIP Project 0314 constructed a portion of the frontage improvements for the Park Project and frontage improvements immediately adjacent to the Library Site. These frontage improvements include pavement widening, curb, and utilities at a cost of approximately $750,000. Of this cost, $254,024 is attributable to the roadway frontage improvements required for the Library Project. The District constructed certain joint site improvements during construction of the Library Project, which the Parties agree cost $799,093. Out of the original $1.3 million committed by the City for Library Project frontage improvements and joint site improvements, there remains $246,883 available to the City to construct additional joint site improvements during construction of Balfour Park, which include but are not limited to: Landscaping, trees and irrigation for the Balfour Park area east of the Library Project parking lot and north and east of the Library Project; arc walkway and lighting from the Library Project parking lot and in front of the Library Project easterly to the main Balfour Park entrance at Sprague Avenue; and the events Plaza due east of the Library Project and the diagonal walkway from the future amphitheater to the Events Plaza; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of chapter 39.34 RCW, two or more public entities may jointly contract between each other to perform functions which each may individually perform; and WHEREAS, the Parties anticipate entering into a subsequent agreement regarding maintenance and operation of shared spaces such as the shared vehicular parking lot and the shared use plaza; and NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual promises set forth hereinafter, the Parties agree as follows: SECTION 1: PURPOSE The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is for the Parties to clearly identify the amount of the City's monetary contribution toward the agreed-upon frontage improvements and joint site improvements constructed by the Library District, and when that contribution will be paid. SECTION 2: TERM Subject to any other provisions contained herein, the period of performance of this MOU shall commence on execution and be completed no later than December 31, 2023. SECTION 3: ADMINISTRATION The Parties hereby designate the following individuals, or their designees, as their representatives for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the MOU: Memorandum of Understanding Page 2 of 4 City Contribution towards Library Project DRAFT SPOKANE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT: Finance Director 4322 North Argonne Road Spokane, WA 99212 CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY: City Engineer 10210 East Sprague Avenue Spokane Valley, WA 99206 SECTION 4: FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION BY CITY 4.1 The Parties agreed that the City would make a financial contribution of$1.3 million toward frontage and joint site improvements related to the Library Project. The Parties now agree that the City shall reimburse the District $799,093 in full satisfaction of the City's prior commitment to contribute to frontage and joint site development improvements for the Library Project. The City previously paid $254,024 for Library Project frontage improvements. This leaves a balance of $246,883 that the City will use to construct additional joint site improvements during construction of Balfour Park, which include but are not limited to: Landscaping, trees and irrigation for the Balfour Park area east of the Library Project parking lot and north and east of the Library Project; arc walkway and lighting from the Library Project parking lot and in front of the Library Project easterly to the main Balfour Park entrance at Sprague Avenue; and the events Plaza due east of the Library Project and the diagonal walkway from the future amphitheater to the Events Plaza. 4.2 The City shall reimburse the District$799,093 by April 1, 2023. 4.3 Notwithstanding anything herein, this Agreement is solely between the City and Library District. The City is not and shall not be a party to any contract between the Library District and its selected contractor(s) for the Library project. The Library District hereby agrees that the City shall have no liability to any contractor(s) selected by the Library District for any non-payment, and that the Library District remains solely liable and responsible for compliance with any contract it enters into for construction of the Library project. The Parties agree that in the event of a disputed payment or non-payment by the City under this Agreement, the sole recourse is between the City and Library District pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. SECTION 5: FUTURE SHARED USE AGREEMENT The Parties agree that they will negotiate in good faith an agreement to address maintenance, use, and responsibility for any shared use facilities, including the parking lot on the northwest of the Library Site and the shared events plaza on Balfour Park. In the absence of such agreement, the Parties agree that each party shall be responsible for maintenance of facilities located on its property and that use of such facilities by citizens shall be pursuant to adopted regulations or rules by each respective entity. [THE REMAINDER OF THIS PAGE LEFT INTENTIONALLY BLANK] Memorandum of Understanding Page 3 of 4 City Contribution towards Library Project DRAFT The Parties have executed this MOU this day of , 2023. CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY SPOKANE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT John Hohman, City Manager Patrick Roewe, Executive Director Approved as to form: Office of the City Attorney Memorandum of Understanding Page 4 of 4 City Contribution towards Library Project CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY Request for Council Action Meeting Date: March 7, 2023 Department Director Approval: Check all that apply: ❑ consent ❑ old business ® new business ❑ public hearing ❑ information ❑ admin. report ❑ pending legislation ❑ executive session AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Motion Consideration: American Rescue Plan Act Funds Update — SVPD Camera Trailer GOVERNING LEGISLATION: 42 U.S.C. § 803; 31 C.F.R. Part 35. PREVIOUS COUNCIL ACTION TAKEN: Numerous City Council meetings from 2021 through 2022. Of note,on May 31,2022, City Council gave consensus for the allocation of all City ARPA funds towards various purposes. BACKGROUND: On March 11, 2021, the President signed the American Rescue Plan Act ("ARPA") into law. ARPA provided for a wide variety of funding for a variety of purposes, including direct assistance to small businesses,for homeless and affordable housing purposes,and to state and local governments. Importantly for the City,ARPA established the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds and allocated$350 billion to these accounts to assist state and local governments in meeting pandemic response needs and rebuilding the economy. The City of Spokane Valley will receive approximately $16 million from the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund("CLFR"). Council has had several discussions regarding use of CLFR funds. A list of the allocations is attached to this RCA. Since May 31,2021,there has been extensive work by City Council and staff in getting CLFR funds obligated through contracts and expended. One item that was approved by City Council in 2022 was to use approximately $79,000 to acquire a Spokane Valley Police Department camera trailer. This trailer has a tall pole with a camera and blue light mounted on it that can provide intelligence on activities occurring around the trailer. It also acts as a crime deterrent, as it is a very visible police presence in any area where it is located. Since acquiring the camera trailer in late fall of 2022, SVPD has had the trailer in numerous hot spot locations, including Hometown Suites,near Eagle Pointe apartments, and an area near Knox street. Generally the trailer is left for several weeks. The response from SVPD and the public has been incredibly positive and SVPD has seen decreases in criminal activity as well as other direct benefits from use of the camera trailer. It also allows SVPD to respond to hot spot areas while still allowing patrol officers to continue to respond to other ongoing calls, thus resulting in increased public safety benefits for the community at a fraction of the cost of additional officers. A picture of the camera trailer is attached. SVPD and City Management agree that it would be beneficial to the City to acquire another camera trailer and would like to request Council approval to use ARPA funds to do so. Though all ARPA funds have been allocated,as identified in a prior update,there are remaining funds from the Buckeye Sewer Project in the amount of$117,848.22. Staff are requesting that this amount be re- allocated to law enforcement purposes to allow acquisition of a second camera trailer, as this was not contemplated in fall of 2022. Staff anticipate that the second camera trailer will cost approximately the same as the first trailer($80,000). Currently,Council has allocated$842,857 to law enforcement. City Council has approved use of$79,840 for the first camera trailer and $100,000 to pay for additional overtime emphasis patrols as part of the Regional Safe Streets Task Force. This leaves $663,017 for other law enforcement uses. Staff have been Page 1 of 2 working on other uses of the remaining $663,017, with an emphasis on acquiring cameras for parks. If Council approves the re-allocation of $117,848.22 to law enforcement purposes, the City would use $80,000 for the second camera trailer and use the remaining $38,000 ($117,848—$80,000= $37,848) for other law enforcement purposes to be identified at a later date. OPTIONS: Motion to approve the re-allocation of $117,848.22 of CLFR funds to law enforcement purposes to allow acquisition of a second camera trailer;or take other action deemed appropriate. RECOMMENDED ACTION OR MOTION: Move to approve the re-allocation of$117,848.22 of CLFR funds to law enforcement purposes to allow acquisition of a second camera trailer,and to authorize the City Manager to take such other action necessary to procure the second camera trailer. BUDGET/FINANCIAL IMPACTS: Approximately$16 million added to budget for eligible expenses. STAFF CONTACT: Erik Lamb,Deputy City Manager; Dave Ellis, Spokane Valley Police Chief ATTACHMENTS: Allocation and Expenditure Summary Picture of camera trailer Page 2 of 2 CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY,WA 2/15/2023 Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Allocation and Expenditure Summary Program: Allocated Expended Unspent General Governmental Purposes(Revenue Loss) Spokane Valley Performing Arts Center 785,714.00 - 785,714.00 Spokane Valley Partners-New Facility(1) 4,000,000.00 4,000,000.00 - (2) Affordable Housing/Homelessness/Land Acqu.($5,998,535 total): City land acquisition 2,000,000.00 - 2,000,000.00 Affordable Housing/Homeless Services RFPs 3,998,535.00 - 3,998,535.00 Revenue Loss Subtotal 10,784,249.00 4,000,000.00 6,784,249.00 CLFR Eligible Programs Internal City Costs 250,000.00 89,049.20 160,950.80 (2) Sewer/Stormwater Infrastructure: Buckeye Ave Sewer Extension 750,000.00 632,151.78 117,848.22 Sprague Ave Stormwater Improvements 1,379,386.00 - 1,379,386.00 (2) Innovia Foundation/Launch Northwest(1) 1,000,000.00 - 1,000,000.00 (2) Mental Health Assistance/Mental Health Learning Support 1,000,000.00 - 1,000,000.00 Law Enforcement Assistance($842,857 total): Camera Trailer 79,840.41 79,840.41 - GangTaskforceOvertime 100,000.00 - 100,000.00 (2) Park/Trail Cameras? - - - Other LE Assistance 663,016.59 - 663,016.59 Eligible Programs Subtotal 5,222,243.00 801,041.39 4,421,201.61 Total CLFR Allocations 16,006,492.00 4,801,041.39 11,205,450.61 Less Obligated Funds(2) (2,640,336.80) Unspent/Unobligated Funds 8,565,113.81 (1) The City has entered into contracts with Spokane Valley Partners for$4,000,000 and Innovia Foundation for$1,000,000. (2) Obligated Funds include Spokane Valley Partners,Internal City Costs, the Sprague Ave Stormwater Improvements, Innovia Foundation,and the Gang Taskforce Overtime. C:\Users\CBainbridge\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\Content.Outlook\M78LWGXS\CLFR Summary Expenditures 2023 02 15 — _ _ I t f1;4:1;• : - . 114.41fAr .... 0a7.. , .1), i rli Pouc 1 i � ' m C=ME .' 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BACKGROUND: In March 2022,the Governor signed into Washington law Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill(ESSHB) 1799 which is codified as RCW 43.19A.150. The new code has the primary goal of requiring governmental agencies and local municipalities to procure more compost product and finished products made from organic wastes. The City of Spokane Valley falls within the new state code whereby it is required to adopt a compost procurement ordinance to implement RCW 43.19A.120, the Use of Compost Products in Projects. This code states that when planning government-funded projects, or soliciting and reviewing bids, local governments shall consider whether compost products can be utilized. The purpose of the proposed amendment to chapter 3.47 SVMC is to codify the requirement for the City to adopt a Compost Procurement Ordinance. Draft Ordinance 23-006, which would amend chapter 3.47 SVMC is attached for review. OPTIONS: (1)Place on future agenda for an ordinance first reading;or(2)take other action as appropriate. RECOMMENDED ACTION OR MOTION: Consensus to place on a future agenda for a first reading. BUDGET/FINANCIAL IMPACTS: None anticipated. Expenditures associated with compost procurement will be normal maintenance and project activities. STAFF CONTACT: Bill Helbig,PE—Community& Public Works Director. ATTACHMENTS: Draft Ordinance 23-006 DRAFT CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY SPOKANE COUNTY,WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO.23-006 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY,SPOKANE COUNTY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING SPOKANE VALLEY MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 3.47 RELATING TO PURCHASE OF GOODS TO ADD A COMPOST PROCUREMENT REQUIREMENT IN COMPLIANCE WITH RCW 43.19A.150, AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO WHEREAS, in March 2022,Engrossed Second Substitute House Bill (ESSHB) 1799 was signed into Washington law;and WHEREAS,the primary goal of the law is to increase the diversion of organic materials going to landfills to reduce methane emissions,a significant source of the emissions; and WHEREAS,the legislature finds that it will be beneficial to improve a variety of aspects of how organic materials and organic material wastes are reduce,managed,incentivized,and regulated under state law; and WHEREAS,ESSHB 1799 encourages cities to procure more of the compost product and finished products created from organic wastes; and WHEREAS, Section 701 of ESSHB 1799,now codified as RCW 43.19A.150,requires cities such as the City of Spokane Valley to adopt a compost procurement ordinance to implement RCW 43.19A.120; and WHEREAS,RCW 43.19A.120 states that when planning government-funded projects or soliciting and reviewing bids for such projects,state agencies and local governments shall consider whether compost products can be utilized in the project. NOW THEREFORE the City Council of the City of Spokane Valley, Spokane County, Washington,ordains as follows: Section 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Ordinance is to conform to state law regarding compost procurement. Section 2. Amendment. Chapter 3.47 Spokane Valley Municipal Code is hereby amended to add: 3.47.050 Compost Procurement. A. For the purposes of this chapter,unless the context clearly requires otherwise,"compost product" means a product created with mulch, soil amendments, ground cover, or other landscaping material derived from the biological or mechanical conversion of biosolids, or cellulose-containing waste materials as defined in RCW 43.19A.010. B. When planning City-funded projects or soliciting and reviewing bids for such projects, City departments shall identify whether compost products can be utilized in a City project. In the event that compost products can be utilized, City departments shall require purchase of compost for use in City projects. Ordinance 23-006 Page 1 of 3 DRAFT C. City depaitnients shall plan for the use of compost in any of the following categories that are applicable to their operations and project types: 1. Landscaping projects; 2. Construction and postconstruction soil amendments; 3. Applications to prevent erosion, filter stormwater runoff, promote vegetative growth, or improve the stability and longevity of roadways; and 4. Low-impact development and green infrastructure to filter pollutants or to keep water onsite or both. D. Notwithstanding subsections B and C of this section, City departments are not required to use compost products if: 1. Compost products are not available within a reasonable distance,defined as 50 miles,from the project; 2. Compost products that are available do not comply with existing purchasing standards; 3. Compost products that are available do not comply with federal, state, or local health,quality, and safety standards; or 4. Compost purchase prices are not reasonable or competitive. E. City depaitinents shall give priority to purchasing compost products from companies that: 1. Produce compost products locally within Spokane County; 2. Are certified by nationally recognized organizations like the US Composting Council; and 3. Produce compost products that are derived from municipal solid waste compost programs and meet quality standards comparable to standards adopted by the Washington State Department of Transportation or adopted by rule by the Washington State Department of Ecology. F. City departments that use compost shall report the following information to the Community and Public Works Department by each December 15: 1. The volume and cost of compost purchased by the City department in that year; and 2. The source or sources of the compost purchased by the City department in that year. G. The Community and Public Works Department is responsible for: 1. Providing technical assistance and education regarding the use of food and yard waste compost to City depaitnients and staff; 2. Conducting educational outreach to inform residents and businesses about the value of food and yard waste compost and how the City uses compost in its operations each year; and 3. Reporting the total estimated tons of organic material diverted from the City's waste stream because of compost use under this section. Ordinance 23-006 Page 2 of 3 DRAFT H. By December 31,2024,and each December 31st of even-numbered years thereafter,the City shall submit a report covering the previous year's compost procurement activities to the Washington State Department of Ecology that contains the following information: 1. The total tons of organic material diverted throughout the year; 2. The volume and cost of compost purchased throughout the year; and 3. The source or sources of the compost. Section 3. Severability. If any section, sentence,clause,or phrase of this Ordinance should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction,such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance. Section 4. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall become effective five days after publication of the ordinance, or a summary thereof,in the official newspaper of the City. Adopted this day of March,2023. ATTEST: CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY Christine Bainbridge, City Clerk Pam Haley, Mayor Approved as to Form: Office of the City Attorney Date of Publication: Effective Date: Ordinance 23-006 Page 3 of 3 CITY OF SPOKANE VALLEY Request for Council Action Meeting Date: March 7, 2023 Department Director Approval: Check all that apply: ❑ consent ❑ old business ❑ new business ❑public hearing ❑information®admin.report ❑pending legislation ❑ executive session AGENDA ITEM TITLE: Opioid Pharmacy and Manufacturer Settlements GOVERNING LEGISLATION: SVMC 2.15.020. PREVIOUS COUNCIL ACTION TAKEN: Distributors Washington Settlement("Settlement I"): April 26, 2022 approval of the One Washington MOU for settlement between the same opioid distributors and cities/counties in Washington; July 19,2022 approval of the Subdivision Participation Form to approve of and participate in the State settlement; September 6, 2022 approval of the Allocation Agreement for Settlement I. BACKGROUND: In 2022, the State announced successful settlement with several opioid distributors ("Settlement I") for approximately $518 million and provided a process for local entities to participate in the settlement and receive a portion of the settlement money. Approximately half was set aside for local governments. The City participated through approving the One Washington MOU, the Subdivision Participation Form, and the Allocation Agreement. The allocation amounts to each entity were set by the State as part of the original settlement,therefor the City had no ability to modify that amount at the time of the approval of the necessary MOU, Subdivision Participation Form, and Allocation Agreement. According to the Washington AG's website,the City is currently set to receive approximately$147,106.76 from Settlement I over the approximately 17-year term of the agreement. The exact payment will include deductions for attorneys' fees and settlement expenses. We expect the average annual amount to come to Spokane Valley to be between$5,000-$7,000. In addition to Settlement I,the State has been engaged in litigation with several pharmacy manufacturers and on December 21,2022,the State announced that it would be joining settlements with the pharmacy and manufacturers related to ongoing opioid litigation: CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Teva, and Allergan. This settlement ("Settlement II") will result in an additional $217 million to local governments to abate the opioid epidemic. The City will receive an additional amount of money from Settlement II. The allocation methodology and calculation used in Settlement I was also used for Settlement II,so if the City participates, it will receive approximately the same amount of money from Settlement II as received from Settlement I (estimated to be$5,000-$7,000 per year).As with Settlement I,Settlement II limits the use of funds received to certain approved uses related to addressing the opioid epidemic. The terms of each settlement and the required forms are available on the Washington State Office of the Attorney General website:https://www.atg.wa.gov/opioid-pharmacy-manufacturer-settlements. Due to the size of the Settlement Agreements, hard copies are not provided with this RCA. However, each of the attachments referenced in this RCA will be included in the electronic Council packet. As with Settlement I,in order to join in the settlement to receive funds,local governments are being asked to finalize and execute a Participation Form for each defendant, and an Allocation Agreement that covers the distribution of the funds from Settlement II. A local government that does not participate cannot share directly in the settlement funds. If not enough local governments participate,no one gets any money, and there is a steep drop in the settlement amount if not all local governments join. The deadline to participate in Settlement II is April 18,2023. If the City elects to participate in Settlement II, and if all local governments sign on to the settlement,the City will receive approximately$148,486.91 from Settlement II. This payment will be made over a period of 15 years and will include deductions for attorneys' fees. This will equate to about the same amount per year as in Settlement I,which is between $5,000-$7,000. Given the relatively small amount,the City has engaged in discussions with Spokane County and the City of Spokane about how the settlement amounts from all jurisdictions may be pooled to provide substance abuse responses to serve the entire region. These discussions have just begun and are ongoing. As staff have more information,we will provide updates to City Council. Any regional approach will require creation of a Regional Opioid Abatement Council(OAC). Staff are requesting consensus on whether to proceed to a motion consideration to join in Settlement II. OPTIONS: (1)Consensus to place the Participation Forms and Allocation Agreement for Settlement II on future agenda for motion consideration; (2)do nothing. RECOMMENDED ACTION OR MOTION: Consensus to place the Participation Forms and Allocation Agreement for Settlement II on future agenda for a motion consideration. BUDGET/FINANCIAL IMPACTS: Settlement I: the City will receive $147,106.76 less attorneys' fees over the course of 17 years; Settlement II: the City will receive an additional $148,486.91 less attorneys' fees over the course of 15 years. STAFF CONTACT: Erik Lamb,Deputy City Manager;Tony Beattie, Senior Deputy City Attorney. ATTACHMENTS: The agreements may be found at the Washington State Office of the Attorney General website for the Pharmacy and Manufacturer Settlement and will be electronically available in a Council packet, should Council decide to bring this back for a motion consideration: https://www.atg.wa.gov/opioid-pharmacy-manufacturer-settlements. They are also electronically included in this Council packet(hard copies will not be printed): 1. Washington State Allocation Agreement for Settlement II 2. CVS Settlement Agreement with Technical Corrections 3. Allergan Global Settlement Agreement 4. Allergan Technical Corrections Memorandum 5. Teva Global Settlement Agreement 6. Teva Technical Corrections Memorandum 7. Walgreens Multistate Settlement Agreement 8. Walmart Settlement Agreement 9. Walmart Technical Corrections Memorandum 10. Participation Forms a. Teva b. Allergan c. CVS d. Walgreens e. Walmart WASHINGTON STATE ALLOCATION AGREEMENT GOVERNING THE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS PAID BY CERTAIN SETTLING OPIOID MANUFACTURERS AND PHARMACIES JANUARY 27, 2023 This Washington State Allocation Agreement Governing the Allocation of Funds Paid by Certain Settling Opioid Manufacturers and Pharmacies (the "Allocation Agreement IP") governs the distribution of funds obtained from (1)Walmart, (2) Teva, (3) Allergan, (4) CVS, and (5) Walgreens (the "Settling Entities")in connection with the resolution of any and all claims by the State of Washington and the counties, cities, and towns in Washington State ("Local Governments") against the Settling Entities via the following settlements: • Walmart Settlement Agreement dated November 12, 2022 and any subsequent amendments ("Walmart Settlement"). • Teva Public Global Settlement Agreement dated November 22, 2022 and any subsequent amendments ("Teva Settlement"). • Allergan Public Global Settlement Agreement dated November 22, 2022 and any subsequent amendments ("Allergan Settlement"). • CVS Settlement Agreement dated December 9, 2022 and any subsequent amendments ("CVS Settlement"). • Walgreens Settlement Agreement dated December 9, 2022 and any subsequent amendments ("Walgreens Settlement"). Collectively, the Walmart Settlement, the Teva Settlement, the Allergan Settlement, the CVS Settlement, and the Walgreens Settlement shall be referred to as "the Settlements". Each of the Settlements can be accessed at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com/. The terms and definitions of each of the respective Settlement are incorporated into this Allocation Agreement II, and any undefined terms in this Allocation Agreement II are as defined in the Settlements. 1. This Allocation Agreement II is intended to be a State-Subdivision Agreement as defined in the Settlements. This Allocation Agreement II shall be interpreted to be consistent with the requirements of a State-Subdivision Agreement in the Settlements. 2. This Allocation Agreement II shall become effective only if all of the following occur: A. The State of Washington joins one of the Settlements and becomes a Settling State as provided for in the respective Settlement. B. One of the Settlements becomes final and effective and a Consent Judgment is filed and approved as provided for in the respective Settlement. 1 C. The number of Local Governments that execute and return this Allocation Agreement II satisfies the participation requirements for a State- Subdivision Agreement as specified in one of the Settlements, Washington is a Settling State for that Settlement, and a Consent Judgment has been filed and approved for that Settlement. 3. Requirements to become a Participating Local Government. To become a Participating Local Government that can participate in this Allocation Agreement II with respect to any one of the Settlements, a Local Government must do all of the following: A. The Local Government must execute and return this Allocation Agreement II. B. The Local Government must release its claims against the Settling Entities identified in the respective Settlement and agree to be bound by the terms of the Settlement by timely executing and returning the Participation Form for that Settlement. The forms are attached hereto as Exhibits 1-5. C. Litigating Subdivisions, also referred to as Litigating Local Governments, must dismiss the Settling Entities identified in the respective Settlement with prejudice from their lawsuits. D. Each of the Local Governments that is eligible to participate in this Allocation Agreement II has previously executed and signed the One Washington Memorandum of Understanding Between Washington Municipalities ("MOU") agreed to by the Participating Local Governments in Washington State, which is attached hereto as Exhibit 6. By executing this Allocation Agreement II, the local government agrees and affirms that the MOU applies to and shall govern the Local Government Share as modified by this Allocation Agreement II for each of the Settlements in which the Local Government participates. A Local Government that meets all of the conditions in this paragraph for any of the Settlements shall be deemed a"Participating Local Government" for that Settlement. A Local Government can be a"Participating Local Government" for less than all of the Settlements. If a Local Government is a Participating Local Government for less than all of the Settlements, the Local Government can only receive a portion of the Washington Abatement Amount for the specific Settlement(s)for which it is a Participating Local Government. 4. This Allocation Agreement II applies to the following, all of which collectively shall be referred to as the "Washington Abatement Amount": A. For the Walmart Settlement, the State of Washington's allocation of the (1) Global Settlement Remediation Amount and (2) Additional Remediation Amount. 2 B. For the Teva Settlement, the State of Washington's allocation of the (1) Net Abatement Amount and (2) Additional Restitution Amount. C. For the Allergan Settlement, the State of Washington's allocation of the (1) Global Settlement Abatement Amount and (2) Additional Restitution Amount. D. For the CVS Settlement, the State of Washington's allocation of the (1) Maximum Remediation Payment and (2) Additional Remediation Amount. E. For the Walgreens Settlement, the State of Washington's allocation of the (1)Adjusted State Remediation Payment and (2) Additional Remediation Amount. As specified in each of the Settlements, the Washington Abatement Amount will vary dependent on the percentage of Participating Local Governments and whether there are any Later Litigating Subdivisions. 5. The Teva Settlement provides the option for Settling States to obtain Settlement Product or the discretion to convert any portion of the Settlement Product allocated to the Settling State into a cash value equaling twenty percent(20%) of the WAC value of the Settling State's allocated Settlement Product in specified years. It shall be solely the decision of the State regarding whether to convert any portion of the Settlement Product allocated to Washington into a cash value or to obtain the Settlement Product. If the State elects to obtain Settlement Product, the State in its sole discretion shall make all decisions related to the Settlement Product, including but not limited to where, how, and to whom it shall be distributed. For purposes of calculating the division of the Washington Abatement Amount in Paragraph 10 of this Allocation Agreement II, the Settlement Product allocated to Washington shall be considered"State Share" and shall have the cash value assigned to it in the Teva Public Global Settlement Agreement dated November 22, 2022. 6. This Allocation Agreement II does not apply to the State Cost Fund, State AG Fees and Costs, or any attorneys' fees, fees, costs, or expenses referred to in the Settlement or that are paid directly or indirectly via the Settlements to the State of Washington ("State's Fees and Costs"). 7. This Allocation Agreement II and the MOU are a State Back-Stop Agreement. The Settling Entities are paying a portion of the Local Governments' attorneys' fees and costs as provided for in the Settlements. The total contingent fees an attorney receives from the Contingency Fee Fund in the Settlements, the MOU, and this Allocation Agreement II combined cannot exceed 15% of the portion of the LG Share paid to the Litigating Local Government that retained that firm to litigate against the Settling Entities (i.e., if City X filed suit with outside counsel on a contingency fee contract and City X receives $1,000,000 from the Walmart 3 Settlement, then the maximum that the firm can receive is $150,000 for fees as to the Walmart Settlement; if City X did not retain the same firm for potential litigation against CVS and City X receives $1,000,000 from the CVS Settlement, then the firm receives no fees from the CVS Settlement.) 8. No portion of the State's Fees and Costs and/or the State Share as defined in Paragraphs 6 and 10 of this Allocation Agreement II shall be used to fund the Government Fee Fund ("GFF")referred to in Paragraph 12 of this Allocation Agreement II and Section D of the MOU, or in any other way to fund any Participating Local Government's attorneys' fees, costs, or common benefit tax. 9. The Washington Abatement Amount shall and must be used by the State and Participating Local Governments for future Opioid Remediation as defined in the Settlements, except as allowed by the Settlements. 10. The State and the Participating Local Governments agree to divide the Washington Abatement Amount as follows: A. Fifty percent(50%)to the State of Washington ("State Share"). B. Fifty percent(50%)to the Participating Local Governments ("LG Share"). 11. The LG Share shall be distributed to Participating Local Governments pursuant to the MOU attached hereto as Exhibit 6 as amended and modified in this Allocation Agreement II. 12. For purposes of this Allocation Agreement II only, the MOU is modified as follows and any contrary provisions in the MOU are struck: A. Exhibit A of the MOU is replaced by Exhibit E of each of the respective Settlements. B. The definition of"Litigating Local Governments" in Section A.4 of the MOU shall mean Litigating Subdivisions as defined in each the respective Settlements. C. The definition of"National Settlement Agreement" in Section A.6 of the MOU shall mean the Settlements. D. The definition of"Settlement" in Section A.14 of the MOU shall mean the Settlements. E. The MOU is amended to add new Section C.4.g.vii, which provides as follows: "If a Participating Local Government receiving a direct payment (a)uses Opioid Funds other than as provided for in the respective Settlements, (b) does not comply with conditions for receiving 4 direct payments under the MOU, or (c) does not promptly submit necessary reporting and compliance information to its Regional Opioid Abatement Counsel ("Regional OAC") as defined at Section C.4.h of the MOU, then the Regional OAC may suspend direct payments to the Participating Local Government after notice, an opportunity to cure, and sufficient due process. If direct payments to Participating Local Government are suspended, the payments shall be treated as if the Participating Local Government is foregoing their allocation of Opioid Funds pursuant to Section C.4.d and C.4.j.iii of the MOU. In the event of a suspension, the Regional OAC shall give prompt notice to the suspended Participating Local Government and the Settlement Fund Administrator specifying the reasons for the suspension, the process for reinstatement, the factors that will be considered for reinstatement, and the due process that will be provided. A suspended Participating Local Government may apply to the Regional OAC to be reinstated for direct payments no earlier than five years after the date of suspension." F. The amounts payable to each law firm representing a Litigating Local Government from the GFF shall be consistent with the process set forth in the Order Appointing the Fee Panel to Allocate and Disburse Attorney's Fees Provided for in State Back-Stop Agreements, Case No. 1:17-md- 02804-DAP Doc#: 4543 (June 17, 2022). JoJo Tann (the "GFF Administrator"), who is authorized by the MDL Fee Panel (David R. Cohen, Randi S. Ellis and Hon. David R. Herndon (ret.))to calculate the amounts due to eligible counsel from each State Back-Stop fund (i.e., the GFF) (see id. at p. 4), will oversee and confirm the amounts payable to each law firm representing a Litigating Local Government from the GFF. Upon written agreement between the law firms representing the Litigating Local Governments on the one hand and the Washington Attorney General's Office on the other, in consultation with the Washington State Association of Counties and the Association of Washington Cities, the GFF Administrator may be replaced by another person, firm, or entity. G. The GFF set forth in the MOU shall be funded by the LG Share of the Washington Abatement Amount only. To the extent the common benefit tax is not already payable by the Settling Entities as contemplated by Section D.8 of the MOU, the GFF shall be used to pay Litigating Local Government contingency fee agreements and any common benefit tax referred to in Section D of the MOU, which shall be paid on a pro rata basis to eligible law firms as determined by the GFF Administrator. H. To fund the GFF, fifteen percent(15%) of the LG Share shall be deposited in the GFF from each LG Share settlement payment until the Litigating Subdivisions' contingency fee agreements and common benefit tax (if any)referred to in Section D of the MOU are satisfied. Under no 5 circumstances will any Primary Subdivision or Litigating Local Government be required to contribute to the GFF more than 15% of the portion of the LG Share allocated to such Primary Subdivision or Litigating Local Government. In addition, under no circumstances will any portion of the LG Share allocated to a Litigating Local Government be used to pay the contingency fees or litigation expenses of counsel for some other Litigating Local Government. The maximum amount of any Litigating Local Government contingency fee agreement(from the Contingency Fee Fund of the respective Settlements)payable to a law firm permitted for compensation shall be fifteen percent(15%) of the portion of the LG Share paid to the Litigating Local Government that retained that firm (i.e., if City X filed suit with outside counsel on a contingency fee contract and City X receives $1,000,000 from the Walmart Settlement, then the maximum that the firm can receive is $150,000 for fees.) The firms also shall be paid documented expenses due under their contingency fee agreements that have been paid by the law firm attributable to that Litigating Local Government. Consistent with Agreement on Attorneys' Fees, Costs, and Expenses, which is Exhibit R of the Settlements, amounts due to Participating Litigating Subdivisions' attorneys under this Allocation Agreement II shall not impact(i) costs paid by the subdivisions to their attorneys pursuant to a State Back-Stop agreement, (ii)fees paid to subdivision attorneys from the Common Benefit Fund for common benefit work performed by the attorneys pursuant to Exhibit R of the Settlements, or (iii) costs paid to subdivision attorneys from the MDL Expense Fund for expenses incurred by the attorneys pursuant to the Settlements. J. Under no circumstances may counsel receive more for its work on behalf of a Litigating Local Government than it would under its contingency agreement with that Litigating Local Government. To the extent a law firm was retained by a Litigating Local Government on a contingency fee agreement that provides for compensation at a rate that is less than fifteen percent(15%) of that Litigating Local Government's recovery, the maximum amount payable to that law firm referred to in Section D.3 of the MOU shall be the percentage set forth in that contingency fee agreement. K. For the avoidance of doubt, both payments from the GFF and the payment to the Participating Litigating Local Governments' attorneys from the Contingency Fee Fund in the respective Settlements shall be included when calculating whether the aforementioned fifteen percent(15%) maximum percentage (or less if the provisions of Paragraph 10.J of this Allocation Agreement II apply) of any Litigating Local Government contingency fee agreement referred to above has been met. 6 L. To the extent there are any excess funds in the GFF, the GFF Administrator and the Settlement Administrator shall facilitate the return of those funds to the Participating Local Governments as provided for in Section D.6 of the MOU. 13. In connection with the execution and administration of this Allocation Agreement II, the State and the Participating Local Governments agree to abide by the Public Records Act, RCW 42.56 et seq. 14. All Participating Local Governments, Regional OACs, and the State shall maintain all non-transitory records related to this Allocation Agreement II as well as the receipt and expenditure of the funds from the Settlements for no less than five (5) years. 15. If any party to this Allocation Agreement II believes that a Participating Local Government, Regional OAC, the State, an entity, or individual involved in the receipt, distribution, or administration of the funds from the Settlements has violated any applicable ethics codes or rules, a complaint shall be lodged with the appropriate forum for handling such matters, with a copy of the complaint promptly sent to the Washington Attorney General, Complex Litigation Division, Division Chief, 800 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2000, Seattle, Washington 98104. 16. To the extent(i) a region utilizes a pre-existing regional body to establish its Opioid Abatement Council pursuant to the Section 4.h of the MOU, and (ii)that pre-existing regional body is subject to the requirements of the Community Behavioral Health Services Act, RCW 71.24 et seq., the State and the Participating Local Governments agree that the Opioid Funds paid by the Settling Entities are subject to the requirements of the MOU and this Allocation Agreement II. 17. Upon request by any of the Settling Entities, the Participating Local Governments must comply with the Tax Cooperation and Reporting provisions of the respective Settlement. 18. Venue for any legal action related to this Allocation Agreement II(separate and apart from the MOU or the Settlements) shall be in King County, Washington. 19. Each party represents that all procedures necessary to authorize such party's execution of this Allocation Agreement II have been performed and that such person signing for such party has been authorized to execute this Allocation Agreement II. 7 FOR THE STATE OF WASHINGTON: ROBERT W. FERGUSON Attorney General JEFFREY . RUP 'RT Division Chief-- Date: //' 3 8 FOR THE PARTICIPATING LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Name of Participating Local Government: Authorized signature: Name: Title: Date: 9 EXHIBIT 1 Subdivision Settlement Participation Form (Exhibit K of the Walmart Settlement) 10 EXHIBIT K Subdivision Participation Form Governmental Entity: State: Authorized Official: Address 1: Address 2: City, State,Zip: Phone: Email: The governmental entity identified above ("Governmental Entity"), in order to obtain and in consideration for the benefits provided to the Governmental Entity pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated November 14, 2022 ("Walmart Settlement"), and acting through the undersigned authorized official,hereby elects to participate in the Walmart Settlement, release all Released Claims against all Released Entities, and agrees as follows. 1. The Governmental Entity is aware of and has reviewed the Walmart Settlement,understands that all terms in this Election and Release have the meanings defined therein, and agrees that by this Election,the Governmental Entity elects to participate in the Walmart Settlement and become a Participating Subdivision as provided therein. 2. The Governmental Entity shall promptly, and in any event within 14 days of the Effective Date and prior to the filing of the Consent Judgment, dismiss with prejudice any Released Claims that it has filed.With respect to any Released Claims pending in In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804,the Governmental Entity authorizes the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee to execute and file on behalf of the Governmental Entity a Stipulation of Dismissal With Prejudice substantially in the form found at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com/. 3. The Governmental Entity agrees to the terms of the Walmart Settlement pertaining to Subdivisions as defined therein. 4. By agreeing to the terms of the Walmart Settlement and becoming a Releasor,the Governmental Entity is entitled to the benefits provided therein, including, if applicable, monetary payments beginning after the Effective Date. 5. The Governmental Entity agrees to use any monies it receives through the Walmart Settlement solely for the purposes provided therein. 1 E: 0 6. The Governmental Entity submits to the jurisdiction of the court in the Governmental Entity's state where the Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent provided in,the Walmart Settlement. 7. The Governmental Entity has the right to enforce the Walmart Settlement as provided therein. 8. The Governmental Entity, as a Participating Subdivision,hereby becomes a Releasor for all purposes in the Walmart Settlement, including but not limited to all provisions of Section X (Release), and along with all departments,agencies, divisions,boards, commissions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, and any person in their official capacity elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency,person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, and any other entity identified in the definition of Releasor,provides for a release to the fullest extent of its authority. As a Releasor,the Governmental Entity hereby absolutely,unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim, or to cause, assist or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed,or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claims against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in the Walmart Settlement are intended by the Parties to be broad and shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to Released Claims and extend to the full extent of the power of the Governmental Entity to release claims. The Walmart Settlement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. 9. In connection with the releases provided for in the Walmart Settlement, each Governmental Entity expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any state or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law,which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code,which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release that, if known by him or her,would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims,but each Governmental Entity hereby expressly waives and fully, finally, and forever settles, releases and discharges, upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date but which Releasors do not know or suspect to exist, whether through ignorance, oversight, error, negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and which, if known,would materially affect the Governmental Entities' decision to participate in the Walmart Settlement. 10. Nothing herein is intended to modify in any way the terms of the Walmart Settlement,to which Governmental Entity hereby agrees. To the extent this Election and Release is interpreted differently from the Walmart Settlement in any respect,the Walmart Settlement controls. ti 2 ■` o . I have all necessary power and authorization to execute this Election and Release on behalf of the Governmental Entity. Signature: Name: Title: Date: 3 • � • . ❑� �o. EXHIBIT 2 Subdivision Settlement Participation Form (Exhibit K of the Teva Settlement) 11 Exhibit K Subdivision and Special District Settlement Participation Form Governmental Entity: State: Authorized Signatory: Address 1: Address 2: City, State,Zip: Phone: Email: The governmental entity identified above ("Governmental Entity"), in order to obtain and in consideration for the benefits provided to the Governmental Entity pursuant to the Agreement dated November 22, 2022 ("Teva Settlement"), and acting through the undersigned authorized official, hereby elects to participate in the Teva Settlement, release all Released Claims against all Released Entities, and agrees as follows. 1. The Governmental Entity is aware of and has reviewed the Teva Settlement, understands that all terms in this Election and Release have the meanings defined therein, and agrees that by this Election, the Governmental Entity elects to participate in the Teva Settlement as provided therein. 2. Following the execution of this Settlement Participation Form, the Governmental Entity shall comply with Section III.B of the Teva Settlement regarding Cessation of Litigation Activities. 3. The Governmental Entity shall, within 14 days of the Reference Date and prior to the filing of the Consent Judgment, file a request to dismiss with prejudice any Released Claims that it has filed. With respect to any Released Claims pending in In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804, the Governmental Entity authorizes the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee to execute and file on behalf of the Governmental Entity a Stipulation of Dismissal With Prejudice substantially in the form found at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com. 4. The Governmental Entity agrees to the terms of the Teva Settlement pertaining to Subdivisions as defined therein. 5. By agreeing to the terms of the Teva Settlement and becoming a Releasor, the Governmental Entity is entitled to the benefits provided therein, including, if applicable, monetary payments beginning after the Effective Date. 6. The Governmental Entity agrees to use any monies it receives through the Teva Settlement solely for the purposes provided therein. 7. The Governmental Entity submits to the jurisdiction of the court in the Governmental Entity's state where the Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent provided in,the Teva Settlement. 1 E: o 8. The Governmental Entity has the right to enforce the Teva Settlement as provided therein. 9. The Governmental Entity, as a Participating Subdivision or Participating Special District, hereby becomes a Releasor for all purposes in the Teva Settlement, including but not limited to all provisions of Section V (Release), and along with all departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, and any person in their official capacity elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency, person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, and any other entity identified in the definition of Releasor, provides for a release to the fullest extent of its authority. As a Releasor, the Governmental Entity hereby absolutely, unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim, or to cause, assist or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed, or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claims against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in the Teva Settlement are intended by Released Entitles and the Governmental Entity to be broad and shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to Released Claims and extend to the full extent of the power of the Governmental Entity to release claims. The Teva Settlement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. 10. The Governmental Entity hereby takes on all rights and obligations of a Participating Subdivision or Participating Special District as set forth in the Teva Settlement. 11. In connection with the releases provided for in the Teva Settlement, each Governmental Entity expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any state or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law, which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code,which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims, but each Governmental Entity hereby expressly waives and fully, finally, and forever settles, releases and discharges, upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date but which Releasors do not know or suspect to exist, whether through ignorance, oversight, error, negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and which, if known, would materially affect the Governmental Entities' decision to participate in the Teva Settlement. 12. Nothing herein is intended to modify in any way the terms of the Teva Settlement, to which Governmental Entity hereby agrees. To the extent this Election and Release is interpreted differently from the Teva Settlement in any respect,the Teva Settlement controls. 2 ti p: r I have all necessary power and authorization to execute this Election and Release on behalf of the Governmental Entity. Signature: Name: Title: Date: 3 ❑� rf. EXHIBIT 3 Subdivision Settlement Participation Form (Exhibit K of the Allergan Settlement) 12 EXHIBIT K Subdivision and Special District Settlement Participation Form Governmental Entity: State: Authorized Signatory: Address 1: Address 2: City, State,Zip: Phone: Email: The governmental entity identified above ("Governmental Entity"), in order to obtain and in consideration for the benefits provided to the Governmental Entity pursuant to the Agreement dated November 22, 2022 ("Allergan Settlement"), and acting through the undersigned authorized official, hereby elects to participate in the Allergan Settlement, release all Released Claims against all Released Entities, and agrees as follows. 1. The Governmental Entity is aware of and has reviewed the Allergan Settlement, understands that all terms in this Election and Release have the meanings defined therein, and agrees that by this Election, the Governmental Entity elects to participate in the Allergan Settlement as provided therein. 2. Following the execution of this Settlement Participation Form, the Governmental Entity shall comply with Section III.B of the Allergan Settlement regarding Cessation of Litigation Activities. 3. The Governmental Entity shall, within fourteen (14) days of the Reference Date and prior to the filing of the Consent Judgment, file a request to dismiss with prejudice any Released Claims that it has filed. With respect to any Released Claims pending in In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804, the Governmental Entity authorizes the MDL Plaintiffs' Executive Committee to execute and file on behalf of the Governmental Entity a Stipulation of Dismissal With Prejudice substantially in the form found at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com. 4. The Governmental Entity agrees to the terms of the Allergan Settlement pertaining to Subdivisions and Special Districts as defined therein. 5. By agreeing to the terms of the Allergan Settlement and becoming a Releasor, the Governmental Entity is entitled to the benefits provided therein, including, if applicable, monetary payments beginning after the Effective Date. 6. The Governmental Entity agrees to use any monies it receives through the Allergan Settlement solely for the purposes provided therein. 1 E: 0 7. The Governmental Entity submits to the jurisdiction of the court in the Governmental Entity's state where the Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent provided in,the Allergan Settlement. 8. The Governmental Entity has the right to enforce the Allergan Settlement as provided therein. 9. The Governmental Entity, as a Participating Subdivision or Participating Special District, hereby becomes a Releasor for all purposes in the Allergan Settlement, including, but not limited to, all provisions of Section V (Release), and along with all departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions, Subdivisions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, and any person in their official capacity whether elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency, person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, and any other entity identified in the definition of Releasor, provides for a release to the fullest extent of its authority. As a Releasor, the Governmental Entity hereby absolutely, unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim, or to cause, assist in bringing, or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed, or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claims against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in the Allergan Settlement are intended to be broad and shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to Released Claims and extend to the full extent of the power of the Governmental Entity to release claims. The Allergan Settlement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. 10. The Governmental Entity hereby takes on all rights and obligations of a Participating Subdivision or Participating Special District as set forth in the Allergan Settlement. 11. In connection with the releases provided for in the Allergan Settlement, each Governmental Entity expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any state or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law, which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code,which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release that, if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims, but each Governmental Entity hereby expressly waives and fully, finally, and forever settles, releases and discharges, upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date but which Releasors do not know or suspect to exist, whether through ignorance, oversight, error, negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and which, if known, would materially affect the Governmental Entities' decision to participate in the Allergan Settlement. 12. Nothing herein is intended to modify in any way the terms of the Allergan Settlement, to which the Governmental Entity hereby agrees. To the extent this Settlement Participation Form is interpreted differently from the Allergan Settlement in any respect, the Allergan Settlement controls. 2 p: r I have all necessary power and authorization to execute this Settlement Participation Form on behalf of the Governmental Entity. Signature: Name: Title: Date: 3 0.ra'0 • � • . ❑� �o. EXHIBIT 4 Subdivision Settlement Participation Form (Exhibit K of the CVS Settlement) 13 EXHIBIT K Subdivision Participation and Release Form Governmental Entity: State: Authorized Signatory: Address 1: Address 2: City, State,Zip: Phone: Email: The governmental entity identified above ("Governmental Entity"), in order to obtain and in consideration for the benefits provided to the Governmental Entity pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated December 9, 2022 ("CVS Settlement"), and acting through the undersigned authorized official, hereby elects to participate in the CVS Settlement, release all Released Claims against all Released Entities, and agrees as follows. 1. The Governmental Entity is aware of and has reviewed the CVS Settlement,understands that all terms in this Participation and Release Form have the meanings defined therein, and agrees that by executing this Participation and Release Form, the Governmental Entity elects to participate in the CVS Settlement and become a Participating Subdivision as provided therein. 2. The Governmental Entity shall promptly, and in any event no later than 14 days after the Reference Date and prior to the filing of the Consent Judgment, dismiss with prejudice any Released Claims that it has filed. With respect to any Released Claims pending in In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804, the Governmental Entity authorizes the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee to execute and file on behalf of the Governmental Entity a Stipulation of Dismissal with Prejudice substantially in the form found at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com. 3. The Governmental Entity agrees to the terms of the CVS Settlement pertaining to Participating Subdivisions as defined therein. 4. By agreeing to the terms of the CVS Settlement and becoming a Releasor, the Governmental Entity is entitled to the benefits provided therein, including, if applicable, monetary payments beginning after the Effective Date. 5. The Governmental Entity agrees to use any monies it receives through the CVS Settlement solely for the purposes provided therein. 1 E: 0 6. The Governmental Entity submits to the jurisdiction of the court in the Governmental Entity's state where the Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent provided in, the CVS Settlement. The Governmental Entity likewise agrees to arbitrate before the National Arbitration Panel as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent otherwise provided in,the CVS Settlement. 7. The Governmental Entity has the right to enforce the CVS Settlement as provided therein. 8. The Governmental Entity, as a Participating Subdivision, hereby becomes a Releasor for all purposes in the CVS Settlement, including without limitation all provisions of Section XI (Release), and along with all departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, and any person in their official capacity elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency, person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, and any other entity identified in the definition of Releasor, provides for a release to the fullest extent of its authority. As a Releasor, the Governmental Entity hereby absolutely, unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim, or to cause, assist or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed, or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claims against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in the CVS Settlement are intended by the Parties to be broad and shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to Released Claims and extend to the full extent of the power of the Governmental Entity to release claims. The CVS Settlement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. 9. The Governmental Entity hereby takes on all rights and obligations of a Participating Subdivision as set forth in the CVS Settlement. 10. In connection with the releases provided for in the CVS Settlement, each Governmental Entity expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any state or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law, which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code,which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release that, if known by him or her would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims,but each Governmental Entity hereby expressly waives and fully, finally, and forever settles, releases and discharges, upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date but which Releasors do not know or suspect to exist,whether through ignorance,oversight,error,negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and which, if known, would materially affect the Governmental Entities' decision to participate in the CVS Settlement. 2 p: r 11. Nothing herein is intended to modify in any way the terms of the CVS Settlement, to which Governmental Entity hereby agrees. To the extent this Participation and Release Form is interpreted differently from the CVS Settlement in any respect,the CVS Settlement controls. I have all necessary power and authorization to execute this Participation and Release Form on behalf of the Governmental Entity. Signature: Name: Title: Date: 3 • . ❑� �o. EXHIBIT 5 Subdivision Settlement Participation Form (Exhibit K of the Walgreens Settlement) 14 EXHIBIT K Subdivision Participation and Release Form Governmental Entity: State: Authorized Signatory: Address 1: Address 2: City, State,Zip: Phone: Email: The governmental entity identified above ("Governmental Entity"), in order to obtain and in consideration for the benefits provided to the Governmental Entity pursuant to the Settlement Agreement dated December 9, 2022 ("Walgreens Settlement"), and acting through the undersigned authorized official, hereby elects to participate in the Walgreens Settlement, release all Released Claims against all Released Entities, and agrees as follows. 1. The Governmental Entity is aware of and has reviewed the Walgreens Settlement, understands that all terms in this Participation and Release Form have the meanings defined therein, and agrees that by executing this Participation and Release Form,the Governmental Entity elects to participate in the Walgreens Settlement and become a Participating Subdivision as provided therein. 2. The Governmental Entity shall promptly, and in any event no later than 14 days after the Reference Date and prior to the filing of the Consent Judgment, dismiss with prejudice any Released Claims that it has filed. With respect to any Released Claims pending in In re National Prescription Opiate Litigation, MDL No. 2804, the Governmental Entity authorizes the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee to execute and file on behalf of the Governmental Entity a Stipulation of Dismissal with Prejudice substantially in the form found at https://nationalopioidsettlement.com. 3. The Governmental Entity agrees to the terms of the Walgreens Settlement pertaining to Participating Subdivisions as defined therein. 4. By agreeing to the terms of the Walgreens Settlement and becoming a Releasor, the Governmental Entity is entitled to the benefits provided therein, including, if applicable, monetary payments beginning after the Effective Date. 5. The Governmental Entity agrees to use any monies it receives through the Walgreens Settlement solely for the purposes provided therein. 1 E: 0 6. The Governmental Entity submits to the jurisdiction of the court in the Governmental Entity's state where the Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent provided in, the Walgreens Settlement. The Governmental Entity likewise agrees to arbitrate before the National Arbitration Panel as provided in, and for resolving disputes to the extent otherwise provided in, the Walgreens Settlement. 7. The Governmental Entity has the right to enforce the Walgreens Settlement as provided therein. 8. The Governmental Entity, as a Participating Subdivision, hereby becomes a Releasor for all purposes in the Walgreens Settlement, including without limitation all provisions of Section XI (Release), and along with all departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, and any person in their official capacity elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency, person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, and any other entity identified in the definition of Releasor, provides for a release to the fullest extent of its authority. As a Releasor, the Governmental Entity hereby absolutely, unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim, or to cause, assist or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed, or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claims against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in the Walgreens Settlement are intended by the Parties to be broad and shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to Released Claims and extend to the full extent of the power of the Governmental Entity to release claims. The Walgreens Settlement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. 9. The Governmental Entity hereby takes on all rights and obligations of a Participating Subdivision as set forth in the Walgreens Settlement. 10. In connection with the releases provided for in the Walgreens Settlement, each Governmental Entity expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any state or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law, which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code,which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release that, if known by him or her would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims, but each Governmental Entity hereby expressly waives and fully, finally, and forever settles, releases and discharges, upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date but which Releasors do not know or suspect to exist, whether through ignorance, oversight, error, negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and which, if known, would materially affect the Governmental Entities' decision to participate in the Walgreens Settlement. 2 p: r 11. Nothing herein is intended to modify in any way the terms of the Walgreens Settlement, to which Governmental Entity hereby agrees. To the extent this Participation and Release Form is interpreted differently from the Walgreens Settlement in any respect, the Walgreens Settlement controls. I have all necessary power and authorization to execute this Participation and Release Form on behalf of the Governmental Entity. Signature: Name: Title: Date: 3 • . ❑� �o. EXHIBIT 6 One Washington Memorandum of Understanding Between Washington Municipalities 15 ONE WASHINGTON MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN WASHINGTON MUNICIPALITIES Whereas, the people of the State of Washington and its communities have been harmed by entities within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain who manufacture, distribute, and dispense prescription opioids; Whereas, certain Local Governments, through their elected representatives and counsel, are engaged in litigation seeking to hold these entities within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain of prescription opioids accountable for the damage they have caused to the Local Governments; Whereas, Local Governments and elected officials share a common desire to abate and alleviate the impacts of harms caused by these entities within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain throughout the State of Washington, and strive to ensure that principals of equity and equitable service delivery are factors considered in the allocation and use of Opioid Funds; and Whereas, certain Local Governments engaged in litigation and the other cities and counties in Washington desire to agree on a form of allocation for Opioid Funds they receive from entities within the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain. Now therefore, the Local Governments enter into this Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") relating to the allocation and use of the proceeds of Settlements described. A. Definitions As used in this MOU: 1. "Allocation Regions" are the same geographic areas as the existing nine (9)Washington State Accountable Community of Health(ACH) Regions and have the purpose described in Section C below. 2. "Approved Purpose(s)" shall mean the strategies specified and set forth in the Opioid Abatement Strategies attached as Exhibit A. 3. "Effective Date" shall mean the date on which a court of competent jurisdiction enters the first Settlement by order or consent decree. The Parties anticipate that more than one Settlement will be administered according to the terms of this MOU, but that the first entered Settlement will trigger allocation of Opioid Funds in accordance with Section B herein, and the formation of the Opioid Abatement Councils in Section C. 4. "Litigating Local Government(s)" shall mean Local Governments that filed suit against any Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participant pertaining to the Opioid epidemic prior to September 1, 2020. 1 5. "Local Government(s)" shall mean all counties, cities, and towns within the geographic boundaries of the State of Washington. 6. "National Settlement Agreements" means the national opioid settlement agreements dated July 21, 2021 involving Johnson & Johnson, and distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson as well as their subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, and directors named in the National Settlement Agreements, including all amendments thereto. 7. "Opioid Funds" shall mean monetary amounts obtained through a Settlement as defined in this MOU. 8. "Opioid Abatement Council" shall have the meaning described in Section C below. 9. "Participating Local Government(s)" shall mean all counties, cities, and towns within the geographic boundaries of the State that have chosen to sign on to this MOU. The Participating Local Governments may be referred to separately in this MOU as "Participating Counties" and "Participating Cities and Towns" (or"Participating Cities or Towns," as appropriate) or "Parties." 10. "Pharmaceutical Supply Chain" shall mean the process and channels through which controlled substances are manufactured, marketed, promoted, distributed, and/or dispensed, including prescription opioids. 11. "Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participant" shall mean any entity that engages in or has engaged in the manufacture, marketing, promotion, distribution, and/or dispensing of a prescription opioid, including any entity that has assisted in any of the above. 12. "Qualified Settlement Fund Account," or "QSF Account," shall mean an account set up as a qualified settlement fund, 468b fund, as authorized by Treasury Regulations 1.468B-1(c) (26 CFR §1.468B-1). 13. "Regional Agreements" shall mean the understanding reached by the Participating Local Counties and Cities within an Allocation Region governing the allocation, management, distribution of Opioid Funds within that Allocation Region. 14. "Settlement" shall mean the future negotiated resolution of legal or equitable claims against a Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participant when that resolution has been jointly entered into by the Participating Local Governments. "Settlement" expressly does not include a plan of reorganization confirmed under Title 11 of the United States Code, irrespective of the extent to which Participating Local Governments vote in favor of or otherwise support such plan of reorganization. 2 15. "Trustee" shall mean an independent trustee who shall be responsible for the ministerial task of releasing Opioid Funds from a QSF account to Participating Local Governments as authorized herein and accounting for all payments into or out of the trust. 16. The "Washington State Accountable Communities of Health" or "ACH" shall mean the nine (9)regions described in Section C below. B. Allocation of Settlement Proceeds for Approved Purposes 1. All Opioid Funds shall be held in a QSF and distributed by the Trustee, for the benefit of the Participating Local Governments, only in a manner consistent with this MOU. Distribution of Opioid Funds will be subject to the mechanisms for auditing and reporting set forth below to provide public accountability and transparency. 2. All Opioid Funds, regardless of allocation, shall be utilized pursuant to Approved Purposes as defined herein and set forth in Exhibit A. Compliance with this requirement shall be verified through reporting, as set out in this MOU. 3. The division of Opioid Funds shall first be allocated to Participating Counties based on the methodology utilized for the Negotiation Class in In Re:National Prescription Opiate Litigation, United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Case No. 1:17-md-02804-DAP. The allocation model uses three equally weighted factors: (1) the amount of opioids shipped to the county; (2) the number of opioid deaths that occurred in that county; and (3) the number of people who suffer opioid use disorder in that county. The allocation percentages that result from application of this methodology are set forth in the "County Total"line item in Exhibit B. In the event any county does not participate in this MOU, that county's percentage share shall be reallocated proportionally amongst the Participating Counties by applying this same methodology to only the Participating Counties. 4. Allocation and distribution of Opioid Funds within each Participating County will be based on regional agreements as described in Section C. C. Regional Agreements 1. For the purpose of this MOU, the regional structure for decision- making related to opioid fund allocation will be based upon the nine (9)pre- defined Washington State Accountable Community of Health Regions (Allocation Regions). Reference to these pre-defined regions is solely for the purpose of 3 drawing geographic boundaries to facilitate regional agreements for use of Opioid Funds. The Allocation Regions are as follows: • King County (Single County Region) • Pierce County (Single County Region) • Olympic Community of Health Region (Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap Counties) • Cascade Pacific Action Alliance Region (Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Thurston, and Wahkiakum Counties) • North Sound Region (Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, and Whatcom Counties) • SouthWest Region (Clark, Klickitat, and Skamania Counties) • Greater Columbia Region (Asotin, Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Garfield, Kittitas, Walla Walla, Whitman, and Yakima Counties) • Spokane Region (Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, and Stevens Counties) • North Central Region(Chelan, Douglas, Grant, and Okanogan Counties) 2. Opioid Funds will be allocated, distributed and managed within each Allocation Region, as determined by its Regional Agreement as set forth below. If an Allocation Region does not have a Regional Agreement enumerated in this MOU, and does not subsequently adopt a Regional Agreement per Section C.5, the default mechanism for allocation, distribution and management of Opioid Funds described in Section C.4.a will apply. Each Allocation Region must have an OAC whose composition and responsibilities shall be defined by Regional Agreement or as set forth in Section C.4. 3. King County's Regional Agreement is reflected in Exhibit C to this MOU. 4. All other Allocation Regions that have not specified a Regional Agreement for allocating, distributing and managing Opioid Funds, will apply the following default methodology: a. Opioid Funds shall be allocated within each Allocation Region by taking the allocation for a Participating County from Exhibit B and apportioning those funds between that Participating County and its Participating Cities and Towns. Exhibit B also sets forth the allocation to the Participating Counties and the Participating Cities or Towns within the Counties based on a default allocation formula. As set forth above in Section B.3, to determine the allocation to a county, this formula utilizes: (1) the amount of opioids shipped to the county; (2) the number of opioid deaths that occurred in that county; and (3) the number of people who suffer opioid use disorder in that county. To determine the allocation within a county, the formula utilizes historical federal data showing how the specific Counties and the Cities and Towns within the Counties have 4 made opioids epidemic-related expenditures in the past. This is the same methodology used in the National Settlement Agreements for county and intra-county allocations. A Participating County, and the Cities and Towns within it may enter into a separate intra-county allocation agreement to modify how the Opioid Funds are allocated amongst themselves, provided the modification is in writing and agreed to by all Participating Local Governments in the County. Such an agreement shall not modify any of the other terms or requirements of this MOU. b. 10% of the Opioid Funds received by the Region will be reserved, on an annual basis, for administrative costs related to the OAC. The OAC will provide an annual accounting for actual costs and any reserved funds that exceed actual costs will be reallocated to Participating Local Governments within the Region. c. Cities and towns with a population of less than 10,000 shall be excluded from the allocation, with the exception of cities and towns that are Litigating Participating Local Governments. The portion of the Opioid Funds that would have been allocated to a city or town with a population of less than 10,000 that is not a Litigating Participating Local Government shall be redistributed to Participating Counties in the manner directed in C.4.a above. d. Each Participating County, City, or Town may elect to have its share re-allocated to the OAC in which it is located. The OAC will then utilize this share for the benefit of Participating Local Governments within that Allocation Region, consistent with the Approved Purposes set forth in Exhibit A. A Participating Local Government's election to forego its allocation of Opioid Funds shall apply to all future allocations unless the Participating Local Government notifies its respective OAC otherwise. If a Participating Local Government elects to forego its allocation of the Opioid Funds, the Participating Local Government shall be excused from the reporting requirements set forth in this Agreement. e. Participating Local Governments that receive a direct payment maintain full discretion over the use and distribution of their allocation of Opioid Funds, provided the Opioid Funds are used solely for Approved Purposes. Reasonable administrative costs for a Participating Local Government to administer its allocation of Opioid Funds shall not exceed actual costs or 10% of the Participating Local Government's allocation of Opioid Funds, whichever is less. f. A Local Government that chooses not to become a Participating Local Government will not receive a direct allocation of Opioid Funds. The portion of the Opioid Funds that would have been allocated to a Local Government that is not a Participating Local Government shall be 5 redistributed to Participating Counties in the manner directed in C.4.a above. g. As a condition of receiving a direct payment, each Participating Local Government that receives a direct payment agrees to undertake the following actions: i. Developing a methodology for obtaining proposals for use of Opioid Funds. ii. Ensuring there is opportunity for community-based input on priorities for Opioid Fund programs and services. iii. Receiving and reviewing proposals for use of Opioid Funds for Approved Purposes. iv. Approving or denying proposals for use of Opioid Funds for Approved Purposes. v. Receiving funds from the Trustee for approved proposals and distributing the Opioid Funds to the recipient. vi. Reporting to the OAC and making publicly available all decisions on Opioid Fund allocation applications, distributions and expenditures. h. Prior to any distribution of Opioid Funds within the Allocation Region, The Participating Local Governments must establish an Opioid Abatement Council (OAC) to oversee Opioid Fund allocation, distribution, expenditures and dispute resolution. The OAC may be a preexisting regional body or may be a new body created for purposes of executing the obligations of this MOU. i. The OAC for each Allocation Region shall be composed of representation from both Participating Counties and Participating Towns or Cities within the Region. The method of selecting members, and the terms for which they will serve will be determined by the Allocation Region's Participating Local Governments. All persons who serve on the OAC must have work or educational experience pertaining to one or more Approved Uses. j. The Regional OAC will be responsible for the following actions: i. Overseeing distribution of Opioid Funds from Participating Local Governments to programs and services within the Allocation Region for Approved Purposes. 6 ii. Annual review of expenditure reports from Participating Local Jurisdictions within the Allocation Region for compliance with Approved Purposes and the terms of this MOU and any Settlement. iii. In the case where Participating Local Governments chose to forego their allocation of Opioid Funds: (i) Approving or denying proposals by Participating Local Governments or community groups to the OAC for use of Opioid Funds within the Allocation Region. (ii) Directing the Trustee to distribute Opioid Funds for use by Participating Local Governments or community groups whose proposals are approved by the OAC. (iii) Administrating and maintaining records of all OAC decisions and distributions of Opioid Funds. iv. Reporting and making publicly available all decisions on Opioid Fund allocation applications, distributions and expenditures by the OAC or directly by Participating Local Governments. v. Developing and maintaining a centralized public dashboard or other repository for the publication of expenditure data from any Participating Local Government that receives Opioid Funds, and for expenditures by the OAC in that Allocation Region, which it shall update at least annually. vi. If necessary, requiring and collecting additional outcome- related data from Participating Local Governments to evaluate the use of Opioid Funds, and all Participating Local Governments shall comply with such requirements. vii. Hearing complaints by Participating Local Governments within the Allocation Region regarding alleged failure to (1) use Opioid Funds for Approved Purposes or(2) comply with reporting requirements. 5. Participating Local Governments may agree and elect to share, pool, or collaborate with their respective allocation of Opioid Funds in any manner they choose by adopting a Regional Agreement, so long as such sharing, pooling, or collaboration is used for Approved Purposes and complies with the terms of this MOU and any Settlement. 7 6. Nothing in this MOU should alter or change any Participating Local Government's rights to pursue its own claim. Rather, the intent of this MOU is to join all parties who wish to be Participating Local Governments to agree upon an allocation formula for any Opioid Funds from any future binding Settlement with one or more Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participants for all Local Governments in the State of Washington. 7. If any Participating Local Government disputes the amount it receives from its allocation of Opioid Funds, the Participating Local Government shall alert its respective OAC within sixty (60) days of discovering the information underlying the dispute. Failure to alert its OAC within this time frame shall not constitute a waiver of the Participating Local Government's right to seek recoupment of any deficiency in its allocation of Opioid Funds. 8. If any OAC concludes that a Participating Local Government's expenditure of its allocation of Opioid Funds did not comply with the Approved Purposes listed in Exhibit A, or the terms of this MOU, or that the Participating Local Government otherwise misused its allocation of Opioid Funds, the OAC may take remedial action against the alleged offending Participating Local Government. Such remedial action is left to the discretion of the OAC and may include withholding future Opioid Funds owed to the offending Participating Local Government or requiring the offending Participating Local Government to reimburse improperly expended Opioid Funds back to the OAC to be re-allocated to the remaining Participating Local Governments within that Region. 9. All Participating Local Governments and OAC shall maintain all records related to the receipt and expenditure of Opioid Funds for no less than five (5) years and shall make such records available for review by any other Participating Local Government or OAC, or the public. Records requested by the public shall be produced in accordance with Washington's Public Records Act RCW 42.56.001 et seq. Records requested by another Participating Local Government or an OAC shall be produced within twenty-one (21) days of the date the record request was received. This requirement does not supplant any Participating Local Government or OAC's obligations under Washington's Public Records Act RCW 42.56.001 et seq. D. Payment of Counsel and Litigation Expenses 1. The Litigating Local Governments have incurred attorneys' fees and litigation expenses relating to their prosecution of claims against the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participants, and this prosecution has inured to the benefit of all Participating Local Governments. Accordingly, a Washington 8 Government Fee Fund("GFF") shall be established that ensures that all Parties that receive Opioid Funds contribute to the payment of fees and expenses incurred to prosecute the claims against the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participants, regardless of whether they are litigating or non-litigating entities. 2. The amount of the GFF shall be based as follows: the funds to be deposited in the GFF shall be equal to 15% of the total cash value of the Opioid Funds. 3. The maximum percentage of any contingency fee agreement permitted for compensation shall be 15% of the portion of the Opioid Funds allocated to the Litigating Local Government that is a party to the contingency fee agreement, plus expenses attributable to that Litigating Local Government. Under no circumstances may counsel collect more for its work on behalf of a Litigating Local Government than it would under its contingency agreement with that Litigating Local Government. 4. Payments from the GFF shall be overseen by a committee (the "Opioid Fee and Expense Committee") consisting of one representative of the following law firms: (a) Keller Rohrback L.LP.; (b) Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP; (c) Goldfarb & Huck Roth Riojas, PLLC; and (d)Napoli Shkolnik PLLC. The role of the Opioid Fee and Expense Committee shall be limited to ensuring that the GFF is administered in accordance with this Section. 5. In the event that settling Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Participants do not pay the fees and expenses of the Participating Local Governments directly at the time settlement is achieved, payments to counsel for Participating Local Governments shall be made from the GFF over not more than three years, with 50% paid within 12 months of the date of Settlement and 25%paid in each subsequent year, or at the time the total Settlement amount is paid to the Trustee by the Defendants, whichever is sooner. 6. Any funds remaining in the GFF in excess of: (i)the amounts needed to cover Litigating Local Governments' private counsel's representation agreements, and (ii) the amounts needed to cover the common benefit tax discussed in Section C.8 below (if not paid directly by the Defendants in connection with future settlement(s), shall revert to the Participating Local Governments pro rata according to the percentages set forth in Exhibits B, to be used for Approved Purposes as set forth herein and in Exhibit A. 7. In the event that funds in the GFF are not sufficient to pay all fees and expenses owed under this Section, payments to counsel for all Litigating Local Governments shall be reduced on a pro rata basis. The Litigating Local Governments will not be responsible for any of these reduced amounts. 9 8. The Parties anticipate that any Opioid Funds they receive will be subject to a common benefit "tax" imposed by the court in In Re:National Prescription Opiate Litigation, United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, Case No. 1:17-md-02804-DAP ("Common Benefit Tax"). If this occurs, the Participating Local Governments shall first seek to have the settling defendants pay the Common Benefit Tax. If the settling defendants do not agree to pay the Common Benefit Tax, then the Common Benefit Tax shall be paid from the Opioid Funds and by both litigating and non-litigating Local Governments. This payment shall occur prior to allocation and distribution of funds to the Participating Local Governments. In the event that GFF is not fully exhausted to pay the Litigating Local Governments' private counsel's representation agreements, excess funds in the GFF shall be applied to pay the Common Benefit Tax(if any). E. General Terms 1. If any Participating Local Government believes another Participating Local Government, not including the Regional Abatement Advisory Councils, violated the terms of this MOU, the alleging Participating Local Government may seek to enforce the terms of this MOU in the court in which any applicable Settlement(s) was entered,provided the alleging Participating Local Government first provides the alleged offending Participating Local Government notice of the alleged violation(s) and a reasonable opportunity to cure the alleged violation(s). In such an enforcement action, any alleging Participating Local Government or alleged offending Participating Local Government may be represented by their respective public entity in accordance with Washington law. 2. Nothing in this MOU shall be interpreted to waive the right of any Participating Local Government to seek judicial relief for conduct occurring outside the scope of this MOU that violates any Washington law. In such an action, the alleged offending Participating Local Government, including the Regional Abatement Advisory Councils, may be represented by their respective public entities in accordance with Washington law. In the event of a conflict, any Participating Local Government, including the Regional Abatement Advisory Councils and its Members, may seek outside representation to defend itself against such an action. 3. Venue for any legal action related to this MOU shall be in the court in which the Participating Local Government is located or in accordance with the court rules on venue in that jurisdiction. This provision is not intended to expand the court rules on venue. 4. This MOU may be executed in two or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which shall constitute one and the same instrument. The Participating Local Governments approve the use of electronic signatures for execution of this MOU. All use of electronic signatures 10 shall be governed by the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act. The Parties agree not to deny the legal effect or enforceability of the MOU solely because it is in electronic form or because an electronic record was used in its formation. The Participating Local Government agree not to object to the admissibility of the MOU in the form of an electronic record, or a paper copy of an electronic document, or a paper copy of a document bearing an electronic signature, on the grounds that it is an electronic record or electronic signature or that it is not in its original form or is not an original. 5. Each Participating Local Government represents that all procedures necessary to authorize such Participating Local Government's execution of this MOU have been performed and that the person signing for such Party has been authorized to execute the MOU. [Remainder of Page Intentionally Left Blank—Signature Pages Follow] 11 This One Washington Memorandum of Understanding Between Washington Municipalities is signed this day of , 2022 by: Name & Title On behalf of 4894-0031-1574,v.2 12 EXHIBIT A OPIOID ABATEMENT STRATEGIES PART ONE: TREATMENT A. TREAT OPIOID USE DISORDER(OUD) Support treatment of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and any co-occurring Substance Use Disorder or Mental Health (SUD/MH) conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Expand availability of treatment for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including all forms of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 2. Support and reimburse services that include the full American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) continuum of care for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including but not limited to: a. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT); b. Abstinence-based treatment; c. Treatment, recovery, or other services provided by states, subdivisions, community health centers; non-for-profit providers; or for-profit providers; d. Treatment by providers that focus on OUD treatment as well as treatment by providers that offer OUD treatment along with treatment for other SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction; or e. Evidence-informed residential services programs, as noted below. 3. Expand telehealth to increase access to treatment for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including MAT, as well as counseling, psychiatric support, and other treatment and recovery support services. 4. Improve oversight of Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) to assure evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising practices such as adequate methadone dosing. 5. Support mobile intervention, treatment, and recovery services, offered by qualified professionals and service providers, such as peer recovery coaches, for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction and for persons who have experienced an opioid overdose. 6. Support treatment of mental health trauma resulting from the traumatic experiences of the opioid user (e.g., violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or adverse childhood experiences) and family members (e.g., surviving family members after an overdose 1 or overdose fatality), and training of health care personnel to identify and address such trauma. 7. Support detoxification (detox) and withdrawal management services for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including medical detox, referral to treatment, or connections to other services or supports. 8. Support training on MAT for health care providers, students, or other supporting professionals, such as peer recovery coaches or recovery outreach specialists, including telementoring to assist community-based providers in rural or underserved areas. 9. Support workforce development for addiction professionals who work with persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 10. Provide fellowships for addiction medicine specialists for direct patient care, instructors, and clinical research for treatments. 11. Provide funding and training for clinicians to obtain a waiver under the federal Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA 2000) to prescribe MAT for OUD, and provide technical assistance and professional support to clinicians who have obtained a DATA 2000 waiver. 12. Support the dissemination of web-based training curricula, such as the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry's Provider Clinical Support Service-Opioids web- based training curriculum and motivational interviewing. 13. Support the development and dissemination of new curricula, such as the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry's Provider Clinical Support Service for Medication-Assisted Treatment. B. SUPPORT PEOPLE IN TREATMENT AND RECOVERY Support people in treatment for and recovery from OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Provide the full continuum of care of recovery services for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including supportive housing, residential treatment, medical detox services, peer support services and counseling, community navigators, case management, and connections to community-based services. 2. Provide counseling, peer-support, recovery case management and residential treatment with access to medications for those who need it to persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 2 3. Provide access to housing for people with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including supportive housing, recovery housing, housing assistance programs, or training for housing providers. 4. Provide community support services, including social and legal services, to assist in deinstitutionalizing persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co- usage, and/or co-addiction. 5. Support or expand peer-recovery centers, which may include support groups, social events, computer access, or other services for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 6. Provide employment training or educational services for persons in treatment for or recovery from OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co- addiction. 7. Identify successful recovery programs such as physician, pilot, and college recovery programs, and provide support and technical assistance to increase the number and capacity of high-quality programs to help those in recovery. 8. Engage non-profits, faith-based communities, and community coalitions to support people in treatment and recovery and to support family members in their efforts to manage the opioid user in the family. 9. Provide training and development of procedures for government staff to appropriately interact and provide social and other services to current and recovering opioid users, including reducing stigma. 10. Support stigma reduction efforts regarding treatment and support for persons with OUD, including reducing the stigma on effective treatment. C. CONNECT PEOPLE WHO NEED HELP TO THE HELP THEY NEED (CONNECTIONS TO CARE) Provide connections to care for people who have — or are at risk of developing — OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction through evidence- based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Ensure that health care providers are screening for OUD and other risk factors and know how to appropriately counsel and treat (or refer if necessary) a patient for OUD treatment. 2. Support Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) programs to reduce the transition from use to disorders. 3. Provide training and long-term implementation of SBIRT in key systems (health, schools, colleges, criminal justice, and probation), with a focus on youth and young adults when transition from misuse to opioid disorder is common. 3 4. Purchase automated versions of SBIRT and support ongoing costs of the technology. 5. Support training for emergency room personnel treating opioid overdose patients on post-discharge planning, including community referrals for MAT, recovery case management or support services. 6. Support hospital programs that transition persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, or persons who have experienced an opioid overdose, into community treatment or recovery services through a bridge clinic or similar approach. 7. Support crisis stabilization centers that serve as an alternative to hospital emergency departments for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co- usage, and/or co-addiction or persons that have experienced an opioid overdose. 8. Support the work of Emergency Medical Systems, including peer support specialists, to connect individuals to treatment or other appropriate services following an opioid overdose or other opioid-related adverse event. 9. Provide funding for peer support specialists or recovery coaches in emergency departments, detox facilities, recovery centers, recovery housing, or similar settings; offer services, supports, or connections to care to persons with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction or to persons who have experienced an opioid overdose. 10. Provide funding for peer navigators, recovery coaches, care coordinators, or care managers that offer assistance to persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction or to persons who have experienced on opioid overdose. 11. Create or support school-based contacts that parents can engage with to seek immediate treatment services for their child; and support prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery programs focused on young people. 12. Develop and support best practices on addressing OUD in the workplace. 13. Support assistance programs for health care providers with OUD. 14. Engage non-profits and the faith community as a system to support outreach for treatment. 15. Support centralized call centers that provide information and connections to appropriate services and supports for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 16. Create or support intake and call centers to facilitate education and access to treatment, prevention, and recovery services for persons with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 4 17. Develop or support a National Treatment Availability Clearinghouse — a multistate/nationally accessible database whereby health care providers can list locations for currently available in-patient and out-patient OUD treatment services that are accessible on a real-time basis by persons who seek treatment. D. ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF CRIMINAL-JUSTICE-INVOLVED PERSONS Address the needs of persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co- usage, and/or co-addiction who are involved — or are at risk of becoming involved — in the criminal justice system through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Support pre-arrest or post-arrest diversion and deflection strategies for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including established strategies such as: a. Self-referral strategies such as the Angel Programs or the Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative (PAARI); b. Active outreach strategies such as the Drug Abuse Response Team (DART) model; c. "Naloxone Plus" strategies, which work to ensure that individuals who have received naloxone to reverse the effects of an overdose are then linked to treatment programs or other appropriate services; d. Officer prevention strategies, such as the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) model; e. Officer intervention strategies such as the Leon County, Florida Adult Civil Citation Network or the Chicago Westside Narcotics Diversion to Treatment Initiative; f. Co-responder and/or alternative responder models to address OUD-related 911 calls with greater SUD expertise and to reduce perceived barriers associated with law enforcement 911 responses; or g. County prosecution diversion programs, including diversion officer salary, only for counties with a population of 50,000 or less. Any diversion services in matters involving opioids must include drug testing, monitoring, or treatment. 2. Support pre-trial services that connect individuals with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction to evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, and related services. 3. Support treatment and recovery courts for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, but only if these courts provide referrals to evidence-informed treatment, including MAT. 5 4. Provide evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, recovery support, or other appropriate services to individuals with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction who are incarcerated in jail or prison. 5. Provide evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, recovery support, or other appropriate services to individuals with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction who are leaving jail or prison have recently left jail or prison, are on probation or parole, are under community corrections supervision, or are in re-entry programs or facilities. 6. Support critical time interventions (CTI), particularly for individuals living with dual- diagnosis OUD/serious mental illness, and services for individuals who face immediate risks and service needs and risks upon release from correctional settings. 7. Provide training on best practices for addressing the needs of criminal-justice- involved persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction to law enforcement, correctional, or judicial personnel or to providers of treatment, recovery, case management, or other services offered in connection with any of the strategies described in this section. E. ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF PREGNANT OR PARENTING WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES, INCLUDING BABIES WITH NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME Address the needs of pregnant or parenting women with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, and the needs of their families, including babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome, through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Support evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising treatment, including MAT, recovery services and supports, and prevention services for pregnant women — or women who could become pregnant—who have OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, and other measures to educate and provide support to families affected by Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. 2. Provide training for obstetricians or other healthcare personnel that work with pregnant women and their families regarding treatment of OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 3. Provide training to health care providers who work with pregnant or parenting women on best practices for compliance with federal requirements that children born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome get referred to appropriate services and receive a plan of safe care. 4. Provide enhanced support for children and family members suffering trauma as a result of addiction in the family; and offer trauma-informed behavioral health treatment for adverse childhood events. 6 5. Offer enhanced family supports and home-based wrap-around services to persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, including but not limited to parent skills training. 6. Support for Children's Services — Fund additional positions and services, including supportive housing and other residential services, relating to children being removed from the home and/or placed in foster care due to custodial opioid use. PART TWO: PREVENTION F. PREVENT OVER-PRESCRIBING AND ENSURE APPROPRIATE PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING OF OPIOIDS Support efforts to prevent over-prescribing and ensure appropriate prescribing and dispensing of opioids through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Training for health care providers regarding safe and responsible opioid prescribing, dosing, and tapering patients off opioids. 2. Academic counter-detailing to educate prescribers on appropriate opioid prescribing. 3. Continuing Medical Education (CME) on appropriate prescribing of opioids. 4. Support for non-opioid pain treatment alternatives, including training providers to offer or refer to multi-modal, evidence-informed treatment of pain. 5. Support enhancements or improvements to Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs), including but not limited to improvements that: a. Increase the number of prescribers using PDMPs; b. Improve point-of-care decision-making by increasing the quantity, quality, or format of data available to prescribers using PDMPs or by improving the interface that prescribers use to access PDMP data, or both; or c. Enable states to use PDMP data in support of surveillance or intervention strategies, including MAT referrals and follow-up for individuals identified within PDMP data as likely to experience OUD. 6. Development and implementation of a national PDMP — Fund development of a multistate/national PDMP that permits information sharing while providing appropriate safeguards on sharing of private health information, including but not limited to: a. Integration of PDMP data with electronic health records, overdose episodes, and decision support tools for health care providers relating to OUD. 7 b. Ensuring PDMPs incorporate available overdose/naloxone deployment data, including the United States Department of Transportation's Emergency Medical Technician overdose database. 7. Increase electronic prescribing to prevent diversion or forgery. 8. Educate Dispensers on appropriate opioid dispensing. G. PREVENT MISUSE OF OPIOIDS Support efforts to discourage or prevent misuse of opioids through evidence-based, evidence- informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Corrective advertising or affirmative public education campaigns based on evidence. 2. Public education relating to drug disposal. 3. Drug take-back disposal or destruction programs. 4. Fund community anti-drug coalitions that engage in drug prevention efforts. 5. Support community coalitions in implementing evidence-informed prevention, such as reduced social access and physical access, stigma reduction — including staffing, educational campaigns, support for people in treatment or recovery, or training of coalitions in evidence-informed implementation, including the Strategic Prevention Framework developed by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). 6. Engage non-profits and faith-based communities as systems to support prevention. 7. Support evidence-informed school and community education programs and campaigns for students, families, school employees, school athletic programs, parent- teacher and student associations, and others. 8. School-based or youth-focused programs or strategies that have demonstrated effectiveness in preventing drug misuse and seem likely to be effective in preventing the uptake and use of opioids. 9. Support community-based education or intervention services for families, youth, and adolescents at risk for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 10. Support evidence-informed programs or curricula to address mental health needs of young people who may be at risk of misusing opioids or other drugs, including emotional modulation and resilience skills. 11. Support greater access to mental health services and supports for young people, including services and supports provided by school nurses or other school staff, to 8 address mental health needs in young people that (when not properly addressed) increase the risk of opioid or other drug misuse. H. PREVENT OVERDOSE DEATHS AND OTHER HARMS Support efforts to prevent or reduce overdose deaths or other opioid-related harms through evidence-based, evidence-informed, or promising programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Increase availability and distribution of naloxone and other drugs that treat overdoses for first responders, overdose patients, opioid users, families and friends of opioid users, schools, community navigators and outreach workers, drug offenders upon release from jail/prison, or other members of the general public. 2. Provision by public health entities of free naloxone to anyone in the community, including but not limited to provision of intra-nasal naloxone in settings where other options are not available or allowed. 3. Training and education regarding naloxone and other drugs that treat overdoses for first responders, overdose patients, patients taking opioids, families, schools, and other members of the general public. 4. Enable school nurses and other school staff to respond to opioid overdoses, and provide them with naloxone, training, and support. 5. Expand, improve, or develop data tracking software and applications for overdoses/naloxone revivals. 6. Public education relating to emergency responses to overdoses. 7. Public education relating to immunity and Good Samaritan laws. 8. Educate first responders regarding the existence and operation of immunity and Good Samaritan laws. 9. Expand access to testing and treatment for infectious diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis C resulting from intravenous opioid use. 10. Support mobile units that offer or provide referrals to treatment, recovery supports, health care, or other appropriate services to persons that use opioids or persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 11. Provide training in treatment and recovery strategies to health care providers, students, peer recovery coaches, recovery outreach specialists, or other professionals that provide care to persons who use opioids or persons with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction. 12. Support screening for fentanyl in routine clinical toxicology testing. 9 PART THREE: OTHER STRATEGIES I. FIRST RESPONDERS In addition to items C8, D1 through D7, H1, H3, and H8, support the following: 1. Current and future law enforcement expenditures relating to the opioid epidemic. 2. Educate law enforcement or other first responders regarding appropriate practices and precautions when dealing with fentanyl or other drugs. J. LEADERSHIP, PLANNING AND COORDINATION Support efforts to provide leadership, planning, and coordination to abate the opioid epidemic through activities, programs, or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Community regional planning to identify goals for reducing harms related to the opioid epidemic, to identify areas and populations with the greatest needs for treatment intervention services, or to support other strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 2. A government dashboard to track key opioid-related indicators and supports as identified through collaborative community processes. 3. Invest in infrastructure or staffing at government or not-for-profit agencies to support collaborative, cross-system coordination with the purpose of preventing overprescribing, opioid misuse, or opioid overdoses, treating those with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, supporting them in treatment or recovery, connecting them to care, or implementing other strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 4. Provide resources to staff government oversight and management of opioid abatement programs. K. TRAINING In addition to the training referred to in various items above, support training to abate the opioid epidemic through activities, programs, or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Provide funding for staff training or networking programs and services to improve the capability of government, community, and not-for-profit entities to abate the opioid crisis. 2. Invest in infrastructure and staffing for collaborative cross-system coordination to prevent opioid misuse, prevent overdoses, and treat those with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, co-usage, and/or co-addiction, or implement other 10 strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list (e.g., health care, primary care, pharmacies, PDMPs, etc.). L. RESEARCH Support opioid abatement research that may include, but is not limited to, the following: 1. Monitoring, surveillance, and evaluation of programs and strategies described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 2. Research non-opioid treatment of chronic pain. 3. Research on improved service delivery for modalities such as SBIRT that demonstrate promising but mixed results in populations vulnerable to opioid use disorders. 4. Research on innovative supply-side enforcement efforts such as improved detection of mail-based delivery of synthetic opioids. 5. Expanded research on swift/certain/fair models to reduce and deter opioid misuse within criminal justice populations that build upon promising approaches used to address other substances (e.g. Hawaii HOPE and Dakota 24/7). 6. Research on expanded modalities such as prescription methadone that can expand access to MAT. 11 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Adams County Adams County 0.1638732475% Hatton Lind Othello Ritzville Washtucna County Total: 0.1638732475% Asotin County Asotin County 0.4694498386% Asotin Clarkston County Total: 0.4694498386% Benton County Benton County 1.4848831892% Benton City Kennewick 0.5415650564% Prosser Richland 0.4756779517% West Richland 0.0459360490% County Total: 2.5480622463% Chelan County Chelan County 0.7434914485% Cashmere Chelan Entiat Leavenworth Wenatchee 0.2968333494% County Total: 1.0403247979% Clallam County Clallam County 1.3076983401% Forks Port Angeles 0.4598370527% Sequim County Total: 1.7675353928% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-1 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Clark County Clark County 4.5149775326% Battle Ground 0.1384729857% Camas 0.2691592724% La Center Ridgefield Vancouver 1.7306605325% Washougal 0.1279328220% Woodland*** Yacolt County Total: 6.7812031452% Columbia County Columbia County 0.0561699537% Dayton Starbuck County Total: 0.0561699537% Cowlitz County Cowlitz County 1.7226945990% Castle Rock Kalama Kelso 0.1331145270% Longview 0.6162736905% Woodland*** County Total: 2.4720828165% Douglas County Douglas County 0.3932175175% Bridgeport Coulee Dam*** East Wenatchee 0.0799810865% Mansfield Rock Island _ Waterville County Total: 0.4731986040% Ferry County Ferry County 0.1153487994% Republic County Total: 0.1153487994% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-2 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Franklin County Franklin County 0.3361237144% Connell Kahlotus i Mesa Pasco 0.4278056066% County Total: 0.7639293210% Garfield County Garfield County 0.0321982209% Pomeroy County Total: 0.0321982209% Grant County Grant County 0.9932572167% Coulee City Coulee Dam*** Electric City Ephrata George Grand Coulee Hartline Krupp Mattawa Moses Lake 0.2078293909% Quincy Royal City Soap Lake Warden Wilson Creek County Total: 1.2010866076% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-3 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Grays Harbor County Grays Harbor County 0.9992429138% Aberdeen 0.2491525333% Cosmopolis Elma Hoquiam McCleary Montesano Oakville Ocean Shores Westport County Total: 1.2483954471% Island County Island County 0.6820422610% Coupeville Langley Oak Harbor 0.2511550431% County Total: 0.9331973041% Jefferson County Jefferson County 0.4417137380% Port Townsend County Total: 0.4417137380% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-4 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation King County King County 13.9743722662% Algona _ Auburn*** 0.2622774917% Beaux Arts Village Bellevue 1.1300592573% Black Diamond Bothell*** 0.1821602716% Burien 0.0270962921% Carnation Clyde Hill Covington 0.0118134406% Des Moines 0.1179764526% Duvall Enumclaw*** 0.0537768326% Federal Way 0.3061452240% Hunts Point Issaquah 0.1876240107% Kenmore 0.0204441024% Kent 0.5377397676% Kirkland 0.5453525246% Lake Forest Park 0.0525439124% Maple Valley 0.0093761587% Medina Mercer Island 0.1751797481% Milton*** Newcastle 0.0033117880% Normandy Park North Bend Pacific*** Redmond 0.4839486007% Renton 0.7652626920% Sammamish 0.0224369090% SeaTac 0.1481551278% Seattle 6.6032403816% Shoreline 0.0435834501% Skykomish Snoqualmie 0.0649164481% Tukwila 0.3032205739% Woodinville 0.0185516364% Yarrow Point County Total: 26.0505653608% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-5 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Kitsap County Kitsap County 2.6294133668% Bainbridge Island 0.1364686014% Bremerton 0.6193374389% Port Orchard 0.1009497162% Poulsbo 0.0773748246% County Total: 3.5635439479% Kittitas County Kittitas County 0.3855704683% Cle Elum Ellensburg 0.0955824915% Kittitas Roslyn South Cle Elum County Total: 0.4811529598% Klickitat County Klickitat County 0.2211673457% Bingen Goldendale White Salmon County Total: 0.2211673457% Lewis County Lewis County 1.0777377479% Centralia 0.1909990353% Chehalis Morton Mossyrock _ Napavine Pe Ell Toledo Vader Winlock County Total: 1.2687367832% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-6 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Lincoln County Lincoln County 0.1712669645% Almira Creston Davenport Harrington Odessa Reardan Sprague Wilbur County Total: 0.1712669645% Mason County Mason County 0.8089918012% Shelton 0.1239179888% County Total: 0.9329097900% Okanogan County Okanogan County 0.6145043345% Brewster Conconully Coulee Dam*** Elmer City Nespelem Okanogan Omak Oroville Pateros Riverside Tonasket Twisp Winthrop County Total: 0.6145043345% Pacific County Pacific County 0.4895416466% Ilwaco Long Beach Raymond South Bend County Total: 0.4895416466% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-7 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Pend Oreille County Pend Oreille County 0.2566374940% Cusick lone Metaline Metaline Falls Newport County Total: 0.2566374940% Pierce County Pierce County 7.2310164020% Auburn*** 0.0628522112% Bonney Lake 0.1190773864% Buckley Carbonado DuPont Eatonville Edgewood 0.0048016791% Enumclaw*** 0.0000000000% Fife 0.1955185481% Fircrest Gig Harbor 0.0859963345% Lakewood 0.5253640894% Milton*** Orting Pacific*** Puyallup 0.3845704814% Roy Ruston South Prairie Steilacoom Sumner 0.1083157569% Tacoma 3.2816374617% University Place 0.0353733363% Wilkeson County Total: 12.0345236870% San Juan County San Juan County 0.2101495171% Friday Harbor County Total: 0.2101495171% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-8 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Skagit County Skagit County 1.0526023961% Anacortes 0.1774962906% Burlington 0.1146861661% Concrete Hamilton La Conner Lyman Mount Vernon 0.2801063665% Sedro-Woolley 0.0661146351% County Total: 1.6910058544% Skamania County Skamania County 0.1631931925% North Bonneville Stevenson County Total: 0.1631931925% Snohomish County Snohomish County 6.9054415622% Arlington 0.2620524080% Bothell*** 0.2654558588% Brier Da rrington Edmonds 0.3058936009% Everett 1.9258363241% Gold Bar Granite Falls Index Lake Stevens 0.1385202891% Lynnwood 0.7704629214% Marysville 0.3945067827% Mill Creek 0.1227939546% Monroe 0.1771621898% Mountlake Terrace 0.2108935805% Mukilteo 0.2561790702% Snohomish 0.0861097964% Stanwood Sultan Woodway County Total: 11.8213083387% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-9 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Spokane County Spokane County 5.5623859292% Airway Heights Cheney 0.1238454349% Deer Park Fairfield Latah Liberty Lake 0.0389636519% Medical Lake Millwood Rockford Spangle Spokane 3.0872078287% Spokane Valley 0.0684217500% Waverly County Total: 8.8808245947% Stevens County Stevens County 0.7479240179% Chewelah Colville Kettle Falls Marcus Northport Springdale County Total: 0.7479240179% Thurston County Thurston County 2.3258492094% Bucoda Lacey 0.2348627221% Olympia 0.6039423385% Rainier Tenino Tumwater 0.2065982350% Yelm County Total: 3.3712525050% Wahkiakum County Wahkiakum County 0.0596582197% Cathlamet County Total: 0.0596582197% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-10 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Walla Walla County Walla Walla County 0.5543870294% College Place Prescott i Waitsburg Walla Walla 0.3140768654% County Total: 0.8684638948% Whatcom County Whatcom County 1.3452637306% Bellingham 0.8978614577% Blaine Everson Ferndale 0.0646101891% Lynden 0.0827115612% Nooksack Sumas County Total: 2.3904469386% Whitman County Whitman County _ 0.2626805837% Albion _ Colfax _ _ Colton _ _ Endicott _ Farmington _ Garfield LaCrosse Lamont Malden Oakesdale Palouse Pullman 0.2214837491% Rosalia St.John Tekoa Uniontown County Total: 0.4841643328% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-11 EXHIBIT B Local County Government %Allocation Yakima County Yakima County 1.9388392959% Grandview 0.0530606109% Granger Harrah Mabton Moxee Naches Selah Sunnyside 0.1213478384% Tieton Toppenish Union Gap Wapato Yakima 0.6060410539% Zillah County Total: 2.7192887991% *** - Local Government appears in multiple counties B-12 Exhibit C KING COUNTY REGIONAL AGREEMENT King County intends to explore coordination with its cities and towns to facilitate a Regional Agreement for Opioid Fund allocation. Should some cities and towns choose not to participate in a Regional Agreement, this shall not preclude coordinated allocation for programs and services between the County and those cities and towns who elect to pursue a Regional Agreement. As contemplated in C.5 of the MOU, any Regional Agreement shall comply with the terms of the MOU and any Settlement. If no Regional Agreement is achieved, the default methodology for allocation in C.4 of the MOU shall apply. WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 CVS SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I. Definitions 2 II. Participation by States and Condition to Preliminary Agreement 14 III. Injunctive Relief 15 IV. Settlement Payments 16 V. Allocation and Use of Settlement Payments 31 VI. Enforcement 38 VII. Participation by Subdivisions 43 VIII. Condition to Effectiveness of Agreement and Filing of Consent Judgment 46 IX. Additional Remediation 46 X. Plaintiffs' Attorneys' Fees and Costs 47 XI. Release 47 XII. Later Litigating Subdivisions;Non-Settling States 52 XIII. Miscellaneous 53 EXHIBIT A—Alleged Harms A-1 EXHIBIT B—Enforcement Committee Organization Bylaws B-1 EXHIBIT C—Litigation Subdivision List C-1 EXHIBIT D— [Intentionally Omitted] D-1 EXHIBIT E—List of Opioid Remediation Uses E-1 EXHIBIT F—List of States and Allocation Percentages F-1 EXHIBIT G— Subdivisions Eligible to Receive Direct Allocations from the Subdivision Fund and Subdivision Fund Allocation Percentages G-1 EXHIBIT H— [Intentionally Omitted] H-1 EXHIBIT I—Primary Subdivisions I-1 EXHIBIT J—Illustrative List of Released Entities J-1 i WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT K— Subdivision Participation Form and Release K-1 EXHIBIT L—Settlement Fund Administrator L-1 EXHIBIT M—Maximum Payment Amounts M-1 EXHIBIT N—Additional Remediation Amount Allocation Percentages N-1 EXHIBIT O—Adoption of a State-Subdivision Agreement 0-1 EXHIBIT P—Injunctive Relief P-1 EXHIBIT Q— [Intentionally Omitted] Q-1 EXHIBIT R—Agreement on Attorneys' Fees, Costs, and Expenses R-1 EXHIBIT S—Agreement on the State Outside Counsel Fee Fund S-1 EXHIBIT T—Agreement on the Joint State Cost Fund T-1 EXHIBIT U—IRS Form 1098-F U-1 EXHIBIT V—CVS Settlement Agreement Sign-on Form V-1 EXHIBIT W—Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions List W-1 EXHIBIT X—Governor's Release of Opioid-Related Claims X-1 ii WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 CVS SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT This Settlement Agreement, dated as of December 9, 2022 (the "Agreement"), sets forth the terms of settlement between and among the Settling States, CVS, and the Participating Subdivisions (as those terms are defined below). Upon satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Section II and Section VIII, this Agreement will be binding on all Settling States, Participating Subdivisions, and CVS. This Agreement will then be submitted for entry as part of Consent Judgments in the respective courts of each of the Settling States,pursuant to the terms set forth in Section VIII. WHEREAS, certain States and Subdivisions have filed or could file Actions in various forums against CVS raising Claims or allegations concerning, related to, based upon, or in connection with the Alleged Harms and/or the Covered Conduct; WHEREAS,CVS(i)denies each and all of the Claims and allegations of wrongdoing made by the States and Litigating Subdivisions in each of the Actions and maintains that it has meritorious defenses; (ii) denies all assertions of wrongdoing or liability against CVS arising out of any of the conduct, statements, acts or omissions alleged,or that could have been alleged, in the Actions already brought or that could be brought by any State or Subdivision related to the Covered Conduct and/or Alleged Harms and contends that the factual allegations made in the current Actions relating to CVS are false and materially inaccurate;(iii)denies that any State, Subdivision, or resident thereof was harmed by any conduct of CVS; (iv) denies liability, denies any wrongdoing, and denies it violated any federal or state statute,regulation, or common law; and(v) maintains that CVS would be able to successfully defend against the Claims and allegations at trial,that the facts do not support the allegations,that CVS engaged in no misconduct or unlawful activity, and that CVS caused no harm to any State, Subdivision, or resident thereof; WHEREAS, the Parties have investigated the facts and analyzed the relevant legal issues regarding the Claims and defenses that have been or could have been asserted in the Actions; WHEREAS, the Parties have determined that it is preferable to resolve any Claims the States and Subdivisions may have through a cooperative and mutually beneficial settlement that provides funding to remediate Alleged Harms; WHEREAS, the Parties have each considered the costs, delays and uncertainty associated with the continued prosecution and defense of the Actions; WHEREAS, the Parties believe the settlement set forth herein avoids the uncertainties of litigation and assures that the benefits reflected herein are obtained; WHEREAS, the States have concluded that the terms of the settlement are fair, reasonable and adequate and in the best interests of the States and all Subdivisions and citizens and residents of the States; WHEREAS, the Parties have agreed to the terms herein for the sole purpose of settlement, and nothing herein may be taken as or construed to be an admission or concession of any violation 1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 of law, rule, or regulation, or of any other matter of fact or law, or of any liability or wrongdoing or lack thereof; WHEREAS, no part of this Agreement, including its statements and commitments, shall constitute evidence of any liability, fault, or wrongdoing, or of any lack thereof; and WHEREAS, unless the contrary is expressly stated,this Agreement is not intended for use by any Party or any third party for any purpose not expressly stated herein, including submission to any court for any purpose other than Court approvals associated with this Agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY AGREED by and between the Settling States, Participating Subdivisions, and CVS,by and through their respective counsel, as follows: I. Definitions For all sections of this Agreement except Exhibit E and Exhibit P,the following definitions apply: A. "Actions" means any lawsuit by a Settling State or Participating Subdivision asserting any Released Claim against one or more Released Entities. B. "Additional Remediation Amount" means the amount available to the Settling States totaling up to $28,527,739. C. "Advisory Committee"has the meaning set forth in Section V.E.2.d. D. "Agreement"has the definition set forth in the preamble, including all exhibits. E. "Alleged Harms"means the alleged past,present, and future financial and societal harms and related expenditures arising out of the alleged misuse and abuse of Products, non- exclusive examples of which are described in the documents listed on Exhibit A, including those expenditures that have allegedly arisen as a result of the physical and bodily injuries sustained by individuals suffering from opioid-related addiction, abuse, death, and other related diseases and disorders, and that have allegedly been caused by CVS. F. "Allocation Statute"means a state law that governs allocation, distribution, and/or use of some or all of the Settlement Fund amounts allocated to that State and/or its Subdivisions. In addition to modifying the allocation as set forth in Section V.D.2, an Allocation Statute may, without limitation, contain a Statutory Trust, further restrict expenditures of funds, form an advisory committee, establish oversight and reporting requirements, or address other default provisions and other matters related to the funds. An Allocation Statute is not required to address all three (3)types of funds comprising the Settlement Fund or all default provisions. G. "Annual Payment" means the total amount payable to the Settlement Fund Administrator by CVS on the Payment Date each year, as calculated by the Settlement Fund Administrator pursuant to Section IV.C.3. For the avoidance of doubt, this term does not include the Additional Remediation Amount, amounts paid pursuant to Section X, amounts paid for the 2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 cost of the Settlement Fund Administrator pursuant to Section V.C.4, or amounts paid for the cost of the Implementation Administrator pursuant to Section VIII.A. H. "Appropriate Official"has the meaning set forth in Section XIII.F.3. I. "Base Payment"has the meaning set forth in Section IV.G. J. "Bankruptcy Code"means Title 11 of the United States Code, 11 U.S.C. §§ 101, et seq. K. "Bar" means either: (1) a law barring Subdivisions in a State from maintaining Released Claims against Released Entities (either through a direct bar or through a grant of authority to release claims and the exercise of such authority in full); or(2) a ruling by the highest court of the State (or, in a State with a single intermediate court of appeals, the intermediate court of appeals when not subject to further review by the highest court of the State) setting forth the general principle that Subdivisions in the State may not maintain any Released Claims against Released Entities, whether on the ground of this Agreement(or the release in it)or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, a law or ruling that is conditioned or predicated upon payment by a Released Entity (apart from payments made by CVS under this Agreement) shall not constitute a Bar. L. "Case-Specific Resolution"means either: (1)a law barring the Subdivision at issue from maintaining any Released Claims against any Released Entities (either through a direct bar or through a grant of authority to release claims and the exercise of such authority in full); or(2) a ruling by a court of competent jurisdiction over the Subdivision at issue that the Subdivision may not maintain any Released Claims at issue against any Released Entities, whether on the ground of this Agreement (or the release in it) or otherwise. For the avoidance of doubt, a law or ruling that is conditioned or predicated upon payment by a Released Entity (apart from payments made by CVS under this Agreement) shall not constitute a Case-Specific Resolution. M. "Claim" means any past, present or future cause of action, claim for relief, cross- claim or counterclaim, theory of liability, demand, derivative claim, request, assessment, charge, covenant, damage, debt, lien, loss, penalty, judgment, right, obligation, dispute, suit, contract, controversy, agreement, parens patriae claim, promise, performance, warranty, omission, or grievance of any nature whatsoever, whether legal, equitable, statutory, regulatory or administrative, whether arising under federal, state or local common law, statute, regulation, guidance, ordinance or principles of equity, whether filed or unfiled, whether asserted or unasserted, whether known or unknown, whether accrued or unaccrued, whether foreseen, unforeseen or unforeseeable, whether discovered or undiscovered, whether suspected or unsuspected, whether fixed or contingent, and whether existing or hereafter arising, in all such cases, including but not limited to any request for declaratory, injunctive, or equitable relief, compensatory, punitive, or statutory damages, absolute liability, strict liability, restitution, abatement, subrogation, contribution, indemnity, apportionment, disgorgement, reimbursement, attorney fees, expert fees, consultant fees, fines, penalties, expenses, costs or any other legal, equitable, civil, administrative, or regulatory remedy whatsoever. 3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 N. "Claim-Over"means a Claim asserted by a Non-Released Entity against a Released Entity on the basis of contribution, indemnity, or other claim-over on any theory relating to a Non- Party Covered Conduct Claim asserted by a Releasor. O. "Consent Judgment"means a state-specific consent judgment in a form to be agreed by the Settling States and CVS prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date that, among other things, (1) approves this Agreement and (2) provides for the release set forth in Section XI.A, including the dismissal with prejudice of any Released Claims that the Settling State has brought against Released Entities. P. "Covered Conduct" means any actual or alleged act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of any duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity of any kind whatsoever from the beginning of time through the Effective Date (and any past, present or future consequence of any such act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity) in any line of business arising from or relating in any way to: (1) the distribution, dispensing, delivery, monitoring, reporting, supply, sale, prescribing, physical security, warehousing, coverage, purchases, reimbursement, discovery, development, manufacture, packaging, repackaging, marketing, promotion, advertising, labeling, recall, withdrawal, and/or any similar act or failure to act related to any Product; the use and/or abuse of any Product; orders, prescriptions, formularies, guidelines, payments and/or rebates for any Product; policies, practices and/or operating procedures, statements, contracts, commercial arrangements, insurance, claim and/or benefit administration, claim adjudication, plan design, data and/or sales thereof, and/or any similar act or failure to act relating to any Product; and/or any system, plan, policy and/or advocacy relating to any Product, including but not limited to unbranded promotion, marketing,programs, and/or campaigns related to any Product and/or class of Products; (2)the characteristics,properties, risks and/or benefits of any Product; (3)the reporting, disclosure, non-reporting and/or non-disclosure to federal, state and/or other regulators of orders and/or prescriptions, theft, diversion and/or any similar conduct related to any Product; (4) the purchasing, selling, acquiring, disposing of, importing, exporting, handling, processing, packaging, supplying, distributing, and/or converting any Product; and (5) controls against diversion, corresponding responsibility, and/or suspicious order monitoring related to any Product. Q. "CVS" means CVS Health Corporation and CVS Pharmacy, Inc. and all of their past and present direct and indirect parents and subsidiaries. For the avoidance of doubt, this definition shall not in any way limit the definition of Released Entities. R. "Designated State"means New York. S. "Effective Date"means fifteen (15) calendar days after the Reference Date. T. "Eligible State" means the states, commonwealths, and territories of the United States of America, but excluding Florida, New Mexico, and West Virginia. Eligible States are listed in Exhibit F-2. The use of non-capitalized"state"to describe something(e.g., "state court") shall also be read to include parallel entities in commonwealths, territories, and the District of Columbia(e.g., "territorial court"). 4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 U. "Enforcement Committee"means a committee consisting of certain representatives of the Settling States and of the Participating Subdivisions selected and operating pursuant to the organizational bylaws set forth at Exhibit B. Notice pursuant to Section XIII.Q shall be provided when there are changes in membership or contact information. V. "Final Order"means an order or judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction with respect to the applicable subject matter (1) which has not been reversed or superseded by a modified or amended order, is not currently stayed, and as to which any right to appeal or seek certiorari,review,reargument,stay,or rehearing has expired,and as to which no appeal or petition for certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing is pending, or (2) as to which an appeal has been taken or petition for certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing has been filed and(a) such appeal or petition for certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing has been resolved by the highest court to which the order or judgment was appealed or from which certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing was sought, or (b) the time to appeal further or seek certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing has expired and no such further appeal or petition for certiorari, review, reargument, stay, or rehearing is pending. W. "Global Settlement Amount" means the sum of (a) the Maximum Remediation Payment, (b) the Additional Remediation Amount, and (c) any attorneys' fees and costs set forth in Exhibit R, Exhibit S and Exhibit T. X. "Implementation Administrator" means the vendor agreed to by CVS and the Enforcement Committee and retained by CVS to provide notice pursuant to Section VII.A and to manage the initial joinder period for Subdivisions, including the issuance and receipt of Subdivision Participation Agreements. Y. "Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions"has the meaning set forth in Section IV.H.8.e. Z. "Incentive A" and"Incentive Payment A"mean the incentive payment described in Section IV.H.6. AA. "Incentive B"and"Incentive Payment B"mean the incentive payment described in Section IV.H.7. BB. "Incentive C"and"Incentive Payment C"mean the incentive payment described in Section IV.H.8. CC. "Incentive Payment D"means the incentive payment described in Section IV.H.9. DD. "Incentive Payment D Look-Back Dates" has the meaning set forth in Section IV.H.9.d. EE. "Initial Participating Subdivision" means a Subdivision that meets the requirements set forth in Section VII.D. 5 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 FF. "Initial Subdivision Participation Date" means ninety (90) calendar days after the Preliminary Agreement Date, unless it is extended by written agreement of CVS and the Enforcement Committee. GG. "Injunctive Relief Terms"means the terms described in Section III and set forth in Exhibit P. HH. "Later Litigating Subdivision" means a Subdivision (or Subdivision official asserting the right of or for the Subdivision to recover for Alleged Harms to the Subdivision and/or the people thereof) that: (1) first files a lawsuit bringing a Released Claim against a Released Entity after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date; or (2) adds a Released Claim against a Released Entity after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date to a lawsuit brought before the Initial Subdivision Participation Date that, prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, did not include any Released Claims against a Released Entity; or(3) (a)was a Litigating Subdivision whose Released Claims against Released Entities were resolved by a legislative Bar or legislative Case-Specific Resolution as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, (b) such legislative Bar or legislative Case-Specific Resolution is subject to a Revocation Event after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, and(c)the earlier of the date of completion of opening statements in a trial in an action brought by a Subdivision in that Settling State that includes a Released Claim against a Released Entity or one hundred eighty (180) days from the Revocation Event passes without a Bar or Case-Specific Resolution being implemented as to that Litigating Subdivision or the Litigating Subdivision's Released Claims being dismissed; or (4) (a) was a Litigating Subdivision whose Released Claims against Released Entities were resolved by a judicial Bar or judicial Case-Specific Resolution as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, (b) such judicial Bar or judicial Case-Specific Resolution is subject to a Revocation Event after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, and(c) such Litigating Subdivision takes any action in its lawsuit asserting a Released Claim against a Released Entity other than seeking a stay or dismissal. II. "Later Participating Subdivision" means a Participating Subdivision that is not an Initial Participating Subdivision,but meets the requirements set forth in Section VII.E. JJ. "Litigating Subdivisions" means all Subdivisions that have brought any Released Claim against any Released Entities as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. Attached as Exhibit C is a list of the Litigating Subdivisions in each Eligible State. Exhibit C will be updated (including with any corrections) periodically, and a final version of Exhibit C will be attached hereto as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. KK. "Maximum Remediation Payment" means $4,279,160,837, the total amount available to Eligible States for Annual Payments as set forth in Exhibit M-1.1 The actual amount paid for Annual Payments is subject to reduction from the Maximum Remediation Payment for 1 The total maximum amount of this settlement is up to $5,022,083,578,which includes(i)up to $4,279,160,837 in the Maximum Remediation Payment; (ii)up to$539,457,124 in Common Benefit and Subdivision Attorneys' Fees, Expenses and Costs; (iii)up to $85,583,217 in the State Outside Counsel Fee Fund, State Cost Fund and Additional Remediation Amount;(iv)a credit of$117,882,400 for CVS's settlements with the state of New Mexico,state of West Virginia,and Nassau County and Suffolk County of New York. In no event shall CVS's payment obligation under this Agreement exceed the sum of(i)-(iii)above($4,904,201,178). 6 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Non-Settling States, unachieved incentive payments, and as otherwise set forth in this Agreement. In no event shall CVS's total Annual Payments under this Agreement ever exceed the Maximum Remediation Payment. LL. "Maximum Annual Remediation Payments" means the total amount available to Eligible States for Annual Payments in each Payment Year as set forth in the"Total Remediation" column of Exhibit M-1. In no event shall an Annual Payment in Payment Years 1-5 exceed the Maximum Annual Remediation Payment for that Payment Year set forth in Exhibit M-1. For Payment Years 6-10, the Annual Payment may exceed the Maximum Annual Remediation Payment for that Payment Year only to the extent needed for Incentive Payment D for a Settling State that has not earned some or all Incentive Payment C in prior Payment Years,having resulted in correspondingly lower Annual Payments in those prior Payment Years. In no event shall an Annual Payment in Payment Years 6-10 exceed the range set forth in Exhibit M-2 for that Payment Year. For the avoidance of doubt, in no event shall the Annual Payments in Payment Years 6-10 cause CVS's total Annual Payments to exceed the Maximum Remediation Payment. MM. "National Arbitration Panel" means the panel comprised as described in Section VI.F.3.b. NN. "National Disputes"has the meaning set forth in Section VI.F.3.a. 00. "Non-Litigating Subdivision" means any Subdivision that is neither a Litigating Subdivision nor a Later Litigating Subdivision. PP. "Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivision" means (a) all Primary Subdivisions with populations equal to or greater than 30,000 that have not brought a Released Claim against any Released Entity as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date and (b) any other Primary Subdivisions with populations between 10,000 and 30,000 that have not brought a Released Claim against any Released Entity but have brought a claim related to Products, including any Claims related to the Covered Conduct and/or Alleged Harms, against McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, or any parents, subsidiaries, divisions, predecessors, successors, and assigns of McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health, or Janssen Pharmaceuticals. Attached as Exhibit W is a list of the Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions in each Eligible State. Exhibit W will be updated(including with any corrections)periodically, and a final version of Exhibit W will be attached hereto as of the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. QQ. "Non-Participating Subdivision"means any Subdivision that is not a Participating Subdivision. RR. "Non-Party Covered Conduct Claim" means a Claim against any Non-Released Entity involving, arising out of, or related to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct (or conduct that would be Covered Conduct if engaged in by a Released Entity). SS. "Non-Party Settlement" means a settlement by any Releasor that settles any Non- Party Covered Conduct Claim and includes a release of any Non-Released Entity. TT. "Non-Released Entity"means an entity that is not a Released Entity. 7 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 UU. "Non-Settling State"means any Eligible State that is not a Settling State. VV. "Opioid Remediation"means care,treatment,and other programs and expenditures (including reimbursement for past such programs or expenditures2 except where this Agreement restricts the use of funds solely to future Opioid Remediation) designed to remediate Alleged Harms, including to (1) address the misuse and abuse of opioid products, (2) treat or mitigate opioid use or related disorders, or(3) mitigate other alleged effects of, including on those injured as a result of, the opioid epidemic. Exhibit E provides a non-exhaustive list of expenditures that qualify as being paid for Opioid Remediation. Qualifying expenditures may include reasonable related administrative expenses. WW. "Opioid Tax" means any tax, assessment, surcharge or any other fee (other than a fixed prospective excise tax or similar tax or fee that has no restriction on pass-through) imposed by a Settling State on a pharmacy's ordering or dispensing of opioid products. For the avoidance of doubt, an Opioid Tax shall not include a fee that a retail pharmacy pays to become registered or licensed to operate as a retail pharmacy or to dispense controlled substances in a Settling State, or to renew such a registration or license in a Settling State. XX. "Overall Allocation Percentage"means a Settling State's percentage as set forth in Exhibit F-2. For the avoidance of doubt, the aggregate Overall Allocation Percentage of all Eligible States (including Settling States and Non-Settling States) shall equal one hundred percent (100%). YY. "Participating Subdivision"means any Subdivision in a Settling State that joins the Agreement and meets the requirements for becoming a Participating Subdivision under Section VII.B or Section VII.C, as applicable. ZZ. "Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population"has the meaning set forth in Section IV.H.8.d. AAA. "Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population" has the meaning set forth in Section IV.H.7.d. BBB. "Parties"means CVS and the Settling States (each, a"Party"). CCC. "Payment Year" means the calendar year during which the applicable Annual Payment is due pursuant to Section IV.B. Payment Year 1 is 2023, Payment Year 2 is 2024 and so forth. References to payment"for a Payment Year"mean the Annual Payment due during that year. References to eligibility`for a Payment Year"mean eligibility for Annual Payment during that year. DDD. "Preliminary Agreement Date"has the meaning set forth in Section II.C. EEE. "Primary Fire District"means a fire district that covers a population of 25,000, or 0.20%of an Eligible State's population if an Eligible State's population is greater than 18 million. 2 Reimbursement includes amounts paid to any governmental entities for past expenditures or programs. 8 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 If not easily calculable from state data sources and agreed to between the Eligible State and CVS, a fire district's population is calculated by dividing the population of the county or counties a fire district serves by the number of fire districts in the county or counties. "Primary Fire Districts" shall mean fire districts as identified in connection with the implementation of the July 21, 2021 Janssen Settlement Agreement. FFF. "Primary Subdivision" means any General-Purpose Government (including, but not limited to, a municipality, county, county subdivision, city, town, township, parish, village, borough, gore, or any other entities that provide municipal-type government) with a population over 10,000. Attached as Exhibit I is an agreed list of the Primary Subdivisions in each Eligible State. GGG. "Prior Litigating Subdivision" means a Subdivision (or Subdivision official) that brought any Released Claim against any Released Entity prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date and all such Released Claims were separately settled or finally adjudicated prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date;provided, however, that if the final adjudication was pursuant to a Bar, such Subdivision shall not be considered a Prior Litigating Subdivision. Notwithstanding the prior sentence, CVS and the Settling State of the relevant Subdivision may agree in writing that the Subdivision shall not be considered a Prior Litigating Subdivision. HEM. "Product"means any chemical substance, whether licit or illicit, whether used for medicinal or non-medicinal purposes, and whether natural, synthetic, or semi-synthetic, or any finished pharmaceutical product made from or with such substance,that is (1) an opioid or opiate, as well as any product containing any such substance; (2) a benzodiazepine, a muscle relaxer, carisoprodol,zolpidem, or gabapentin; or(3)a combination or"cocktail"of any stimulant or other chemical substance prescribed, sold,bought,or dispensed to be used together that includes opioids or opiates. "Product"shall include,but is not limited to, any substance consisting of or containing buprenorphine, codeine, fentanyl, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, meperidine, methadone, morphine, oxycodone, oxymorphone, tapentadol, tramadol, opium, heroin, carfentanil, diazepam, estazolam, quazepam, alprazolam, clonazepam, oxazepam, flurazepam, triozolam, temazepam, mida7olam, carisoprodol, gabapentin, or any variant of these substances or any similar substance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this section prohibits a Settling State from taking administrative or regulatory action related to a benzodiazepine (including, but not limited to, diazepam, estazolam, quazepam, alprazolam, clonazepam, oxazepam, flurazepam, triozolam, temazepam, and mida7olam), a muscle relaxer, carisoprodol, zolpidem, or gabapentin that is wholly independent from the use of such drugs in combination with opioids,provided such action does not seek money (including abatement and/or remediation) for conduct prior to the Effective Date. III. "Reference Date"means the date on which CVS is to provide notice to the Settling States and the Enforcement Committee of its determination whether to proceed with this Agreement as required by Section VIII.B. The Reference Date shall be no later than thirty (30) days after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date,unless it is extended by the written agreement of CVS and the Enforcement Committee. 9 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 M. "Released Claims" means any and all Claims that directly or indirectly are based on, arise out of, or in any way relate to or concern Covered Conduct and/or Alleged Harms occurring prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. Without limiting the foregoing, "Released Claims" include any Claims that have been asserted against the Released Entities by any Settling State or any of its Litigating Subdivisions or Litigating Special Districts in any federal, state or local action or proceeding (whether judicial, arbitral, or administrative) based on, arising out of or relating to, in whole or in part, the Covered Conduct and/or Alleged Harms, or any such Claims that could be or could have been asserted now or in the future in those actions or in any comparable action or proceeding brought by a State, any of its Subdivisions or Special Districts, or any Releasors(whether or not such State, Subdivision, Special District, or Releasor has brought such action or proceeding). Released Claims also include all Claims asserted in any proceeding to be dismissed pursuant to the Agreement, whether or not such claims relate to Covered Conduct and/or Alleged Harms. The Parties intend that "Released Claims" be interpreted broadly. This Agreement does not release Claims by private individuals. It is the intent of the Parties that the use and/or effect of this Agreement in connection with Claims by private individuals be treated in accordance with applicable law. Released Claims is also used herein to describe Claims brought by a Later Litigating Subdivision or other non-party Subdivision that would have been Released Claims if they had been brought by a Releasor against a Released Entity. KKK. "Released Entities" means CVS and (1) all of CVS's past and present direct or indirect parents, subsidiaries, divisions, predecessors, successors, and assigns; (2) the past and present direct or indirect parents, subsidiaries, divisions, predecessors, successors, assigns, and joint ventures of any of the foregoing; (3) all of CVS's insurers (solely in their role as insurers with respect to the Released Claims); (4)all of CVS's, or of any entity described in subsection(1), past and present joint ventures;and(5)the respective past and present officers,directors,members, shareholders (solely in their capacity as shareholders of the foregoing entities), partners, trustees, and employees of any of the foregoing (for actions that occurred during and related to their work for, or employment with, CVS). Any person or entity described in subsections (3)-(5) shall be a Released Entity solely in the capacity described in such clause and shall not be a Released Entity with respect to its conduct in any other capacity. For the avoidance of doubt, any joint venture partner of a joint venture in subsection (2) or (4) is not a Released Entity unless such entity independently falls within subsections (1)-(5) above. An illustrative list of CVS's present joint ventures, subsidiaries, affiliates and predecessor entities is set forth in Exhibit J. With respect to joint ventures (including predecessor entities), only entities listed on Exhibit J are Released Entities. Current or former defendants in In re:National Prescription Opiate Litigation,No. 1:17- md-2804 (N.D. Ohio) ("MDL") (or in other pending litigation asserting a Claim for Covered Conduct, as identified in the "National Opiate Litigation—Case and Defendant Extract"provided to CVS by the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee on November 22, 2022)not identified in Exhibit J are not considered Released Entities, provided, however, that any CVS entities that fall within clauses(1)-(5)above against whom Released Claims are brought in the MDL on or after December 9, 2022 shall be considered Released Entities even if not listed on Exhibit J. For the avoidance of doubt, any entity acquired, or joint venture entered into, by CVS before the Initial Subdivision Participation Date is a Released Entity, but any entity acquired, or joint venture entered into, by CVS after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date is not a Released Entity. 10 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 LLL. "Releasors"means (1) each Settling State; (2) each Participating Subdivision; and (3) without limitation and to the maximum extent of the power of each Settling State's Attorney General and/or Participating Subdivision to release Claims, (a) the Settling State's and Participating Subdivision's departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions, Subdivisions, districts, instrumentalities of any kind and attorneys, including its Attorney General, and any person in their official capacity whether elected or appointed to serve any of the foregoing and any agency,person, or other entity claiming by or through any of the foregoing, (b)any public entities, public instrumentalities, public educational institutions, unincorporated districts, fire districts, irrigation districts, water districts, law enforcement districts, emergency services districts, school districts, hospital districts and other Special Districts in a Settling State, and (c) any person or entity acting in a parens patriae, sovereign, quasi-sovereign, private attorney general, qui tam, taxpayer, or other capacity seeking relief on behalf of or generally applicable to the general public with respect to a Settling State or Subdivision in a Settling State, whether or not any of them participate in the Agreement. The inclusion of a specific reference to a type of entity in this definition shall not be construed as meaning that the entity is not a Subdivision. Each Settling State's Attorney General represents that he or she has or has obtained(or will obtain no later than the Initial Subdivision Participation Date) the authority set forth in Section XI.G. In addition to being a Releasor as provided herein, a Participating Subdivision shall also provide the Subdivision Participation Agreement referenced in Section VII providing for a release to the fullest extent of the Participating Subdivision's authority. MMM."Remediation Accounts Fund" means the component of the Settlement Fund described in Section V.E. NNN. "Revocation Event" means, with respect to a Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution, a revocation, rescission, reversal, overruling, or interpretation that in any way limits the effect of such Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution on Released Claims, or any other action or event that otherwise deprives the Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution of force or effect in any material respect. 000. "Settlement Class Resolution" means a class action resolution in a court of competent jurisdiction in a Settling State (that is not successfully removed to federal court) with respect to a class of Subdivisions in that Settling State that (1) conforms with that Settling State's statutes, case law, and rules of procedure regarding class actions; (2) is approved and entered as an order of a court of competent jurisdiction in that Settling State and such order has become a Final Order; (3) is binding on all Non-Participating Subdivisions in that Settling State (other than opt outs as permitted under the next sentence); (4) provides that all such Non-Participating Subdivisions may not bring any Released Claims against any Released Entities, whether on the ground of this Agreement (or the releases herein) or otherwise; and(5) does not impose any costs or obligations on CVS other than those provided for in this Agreement, or contain any provision inconsistent with any provision of this Agreement. If applicable state law requires that opt-out rights be afforded to members of the class, a class action resolution otherwise meeting the foregoing requirements shall qualify as a Settlement Class Resolution unless Subdivisions collectively representing more than one percent (1%) of the total population of that Settling State opt out. In seeking certification of any Settlement Class, the applicable Settling State and Participating Subdivisions shall make clear that certification is sought solely for settlement 11 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 purposes and shall have no applicability beyond approval of the settlement for which certification is sought. Nothing in this Agreement constitutes an admission by any Party that class certification would be appropriate for litigation purposes in any case or for purposes unrelated to this Agreement. PPP. "Settlement Fund" means the interest-bearing fund established pursuant to this Agreement into which the payment under Section IV is made. The Settlement Fund is comprised of the Remediation Accounts Fund, State Fund, and Subdivision Fund. QQQ. "Settlement Fund Administrator" means the entity that determines the payments and reversions due under Section IV and Section IX, including annually determining the Payout Amount and calculating incentive payments, administers the Settlement Fund, and distributes amounts into three sub-funds(the Remediation Accounts Fund, State Fund, and Subdivision Fund) pursuant to this Agreement. The duties of the Settlement Fund Administrator shall be governed by this Agreement. Prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, CVS and the Enforcement Committee shall agree to selection and removal processes for and the identity of the Settlement Fund Administrator, and a detailed description of the Settlement Fund Administrator's duties and responsibilities, including a detailed mechanism for paying the Settlement Fund Administrator's fees and costs, all of which shall be appended to the Agreement as Exhibit L. RRR. "Settling State" means an Eligible State that has entered into this Agreement with CVS and delivers an executed State Participation Form and executed releases in accordance with Section II.A. SSS. "State Global Allocation Percentage" means the allocation percentages for all States as set forth in Exhibit F-1, which represents allocations before adjusting for States that are not Eligible States due to prior settlements with CVS (Florida,New Mexico, and West Virginia). TTT. "State Fund" means the component of the Settlement Fund described in Section V.C. UUU. "State Participation Form"means the form attached as Exhibit V. VVV. "State Participation Date"has the meaning set forth in Section II.A. WWW. "State-Subdivision Agreement" means an agreement that a Settling State reaches with the Subdivisions in that Settling State regarding the allocation, distribution, and/or use of funds allocated to that Settling State and to its Subdivisions. A State-Subdivision Agreement shall be effective if approved pursuant to the provisions of Exhibit 0 or if adopted by statute. Preexisting agreements addressing funds other than those allocated pursuant to this Agreement shall qualify if the approval requirements of Exhibit 0 are met. A Settling State and its Subdivisions may revise a State-Subdivision Agreement if approved pursuant to the provisions of Exhibit 0, or if such revision is adopted by statute. XXX. "Statewide Payment Amount" means the amount from an Annual Payment to be paid to a Settling State, its separate types of funds (if applicable), and its Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G. 12 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 YYY. "Statutory Trust" means a trust fund established by state law to receive funds allocated to a Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund and restrict any expenditures made using funds from such Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund to Opioid Remediation,subject to reasonable administrative expenses. A Settling State may give a Statutory Trust authority to allocate one (1) or more of the three (3) types of funds comprising such State's Settlement Fund, but this is not required. ZZZ. "Subdivision" means any (1) General-Purpose Government (including, but not limited to, a municipality, county, county subdivision, city, town, township, parish, village, borough, gore, or any other entities that provide municipal-type government), School District, or Special District within a Settling State, and (2) any other subdivision, subdivision official (acting in an official capacity on behalf of the subdivision) or sub-entity of or located within a Settling State (whether political, geographical or otherwise, whether functioning or non-functioning, regardless of population overlap, and including, but not limited to, nonfunctioning governmental units and public institutions) that has filed a lawsuit that includes a Released Claim against a Released Entity in a direct,parens patriae,or any other capacity. "General-Purpose Government," "School District," and "Special District" shall correspond to the "five basic types of local governments" recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau and match the 2017 list of Governmental Units.3 The three (3) General-Purpose Governments are county, municipal, and township governments;the two (2) special purpose governments are School Districts and Special Districts.4 The terms "Fire District," "Health District," "Hospital District," and "Library District" shall correspond to categories of Special Districts recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau.5 References to a Settling State's Subdivisions or to a Subdivision "in," "of," or "within" such Settling State include Subdivisions located within the Settling State even if they are not formally or legally a sub-entity of such Settling State;provided, however, that a "health district" that includes any of the following words or phrases in its name shall not be considered a Subdivision: mosquito,pest, insect, spray, vector, animal, air quality, air pollution, clean air, coastal water, tuberculosis, and sanitary. AAAA. "Subdivision Allocation Percentage"means the portion of a Settling State's Subdivision Fund set forth in Exhibit G that a Subdivision will receive pursuant to Section V.0 or Section V.D if it becomes a Participating Subdivision. The aggregate Subdivision Allocation Percentage of all Subdivisions receiving a Subdivision Allocation Percentage in each State shall equal one hundred percent (100%). Immediately upon the effectiveness of any State-Subdivision 3 https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/2017/econ/gus/public-use-files.html. 4 E.g., U.S. Census Bureau, "Technical Documentation: 2017 Public Use Files for State and Local Government Organization"at 7 (noting that"the Census Bureau recognizes five basic types of local governments,"that three of those are"general purpose governments"(county governments,municipal governments,and township governments), and that the other two are "school district and special district governments"), https://www2.census.gov/programs- surveys/gus/datasets/2017/2017_gov_org_meth_tech_doc.pdf. 5 A list of 2017 Government Units provided by the Census Bureau identifies 38,542 Special Districts and categorizes them by "FUNCTION_NAME." "Govt_Units_2017_Final" spreadsheet, "Special District" sheet, included in "Independent Governments - list of governments with reference information," https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/2017/econ/gus/public-use-files.html.As used herein,"fire district"corresponds to Special District function name "24 — Local Fire Protection," "Health District" corresponds to Special District function name"32—Health,""Hospital District"corresponds to Special District function name"40—Hospitals,"and "Library District"corresponds to Special District function name"52—Libraries."See id. 13 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3 (or upon the effectiveness of an amendment to any State-Subdivision Agreement,Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3) that addresses allocation from the Subdivision Fund, whether before or after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date,Exhibit G will automatically be amended to reflect the allocation from the Subdivision Fund pursuant to the State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3. The Subdivision Allocation Percentages contained in Exhibit G may not change once notice is distributed pursuant to Section VII.A, except upon the effectiveness of any State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3 (or upon the effectiveness of an amendment to any State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3)that addresses allocation from the Subdivision Fund. For the avoidance of doubt, no Subdivision not listed on Exhibit G shall receive an allocation from the Subdivision Fund and no provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted to create such an entitlement. BBBB. "Subdivision Fund"means the component of the Settlement Fund described in Section V.C. CCCC."Subdivision Participation Agreement" means the form of agreement attached as Exhibit K that Participating Subdivisions must execute and return to the Implementation Administrator or Settlement Fund Administrator. DDDD. "Threshold Motion"means a motion to dismiss or equivalent dispositive motion made at the outset of litigation under applicable procedure. A Threshold Motion must include as potential grounds for dismissal any applicable Bar or the relevant release by a Settling State or Participating Subdivision provided under this Agreement and,where appropriate under applicable law, any applicable limitations defense. EEEE. "Total Remediation Amount"means the aggregate amount paid or incurred by CVS hereunder other than amounts paid as attorneys' fees and costs or identified pursuant to Section V.B.2 as being used to pay attorneys' fees, investigation costs or litigation costs. II. Participation by States and Condition to Preliminary Agreement A. Notice to States. On December 9, 2022, this Agreement shall be distributed to all Eligible States by the Enforcement Committee. The Eligible States' Attorneys General shall then have until December 31, 2022 (the "State Participation Date"), to decide whether to become Settling States. Eligible States that determine to become Settling States shall sign a State Participation Form, in the form attached as Exhibit Y, and provide it to CVS and the Enforcement Committee on or before the State Participation Date. The State Participation Date may be extended by the written agreement of CVS and the Enforcement Committee. B. Condition to Preliminary Agreement Settling States'Determination to Proceed. Following the State Participation Date, the Settling States on the Enforcement Committee shall determine whether enough Eligible States have agreed to become Settling States to proceed with notice to Subdivisions as set forth in Section VII below. The Settling States shall have full, unfettered, and unilateral discretion to abandon the Agreement, without prejudice, should they 14 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 determine,based on any criteria or factors they deem relevant,that the Eligible State participation level is insufficient. Within seven(7) calendar days after the State Participation Date, the Settling States shall provide notice to CVS and the Enforcement Committee whether they intend to proceed with the Agreement. Should the Settling States give notice of insufficient Eligible State participation and elect not to proceed, then this Agreement shall have no further effect and all releases, payment obligations, and other commitments or obligations contained herein shall be void. C. Condition to Preliminary Agreement—CVS s Determination to Proceed. If the Settling States elect to proceed, then CVS shall determine whether enough Eligible States have agreed to become Settling States to proceed with notice to Subdivisions as set forth in Section VII below. CVS shall have full, unfettered, and unilateral discretion to abandon the Agreement, without prejudice, should it determine, based on any criteria or factors it deems relevant, that the Eligible State participation level is insufficient. Within seven (7) calendar days after receiving notice of the Settling States' election to proceed pursuant to Section II.B,CVS shall provide notice to the Settling States and the Enforcement Committee whether it intends to proceed with the Agreement. Should CVS give notice of sufficient Eligible State participation and elect to proceed, the date of the notice shall be the Preliminary Agreement Date. Should CVS give notice of insufficient Eligible State participation and elect not to proceed, then this Agreement shall have no further effect and all releases, payment obligations, and other commitments or obligations contained herein shall be void. D. Later Joinder by States. Should the Settling States and CVS elect to proceed with the Agreement,then an Eligible State may become a Settling State after the Preliminary Agreement Date only with the consent of CVS, in its sole discretion. If an Eligible State becomes a Settling State more than sixty (60) calendar days after the Preliminary Agreement Date, but on or before May 31, 2023, then the Subdivisions in that Eligible State that become Participating Subdivisions within ninety(90)calendar days of that Eligible State becoming a Settling State shall be considered Initial Participating Subdivisions. An Eligible State may not become a Settling State after May 31, 2023. E. Litigation Activity. Following the State Participation Date, Eligible States that determine to become Settling States shall make reasonable efforts to cease all litigation activity against the Released Entities, including by jointly seeking stays or severance of Claims against Released Entities, where feasible, and otherwise to minimize such activity by means of agreed deadline extensions and agreed postponement of depositions, document productions, and motion practice if a motion to stay or sever is not feasible or is denied. III. Injunctive Relief A. Injunctive Relief As part of the Consent Judgments, the Parties agree to the entry of the injunctive relief terms as set forth in Exhibit P. 15 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 IV. Settlement Payments A. Settlement Fund. All payments under this Section IV shall be made into the Settlement Fund,except that,where specified,they shall be made into the Settlement Fund Escrow. The Settlement Fund shall be allocated and used only as specified in Section V. B. Annual Payments by CVS. 1. CVS shall make ten (10) Annual Payments, each comprised of base payments and incentive payments as provided in this Section IV and Exhibit M-1;provided that the Annual Payment in Payment Year 1 shall consist solely of base payments. As a result, and as set forth in Exhibit M-1, base payments in Payment Years 2 through 10 are less than base payments in Payment Year 1 to ensure they do not exceed thirty-eight percent (38%) of each Settling State's allocable share of the Maximum Remediation Amount. 2. In no instance shall CVS's Annual Payment obligation exceed the Maximum Annual Remediation Payments, reduced for Non-Settling States, except as specified in the definition of "Maximum Annual Remediation Payments" for Payment Years 6-10. In no instance shall the sum of CVS's Annual Payment obligations exceed the Maximum Remediation Payment, reduced for Non-Settling States. C. Settlement Fund Payment Process 1. To determine each Annual Payment for Payment Year 2 forward, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall use the data as of April 30 of the Payment Year for each Annual Payment,unless another provision of the Agreement specifies a different date. Prior to the Effective Date, the Parties will include an exhibit to the Agreement setting forth in detail the process for the Settlement Fund Administrator obtaining relevant data and for distributing funds to Settling States and Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G consistent with the terms of this Agreement as quickly as practical. 2. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall determine the Annual Payment and the Statewide Payment Amount for each Settling State, consistent with the provisions in Exhibit L,by: a. determining, for each Settling State, the amount of base payments and incentive payments to which the State is entitled by applying the criteria in this Section; b. applying any reductions or offsets required by Section IV and Section XII; and c. determining the total amount owed by CVS to all Settling States and Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G. 3. As soon as possible, but no later than forty-five (45) days prior to the Payment Date, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall give notice to CVS, the Settling 16 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 States, and the Enforcement Committee of the amount of the Annual Payment, and the Statewide Payment Amount for each Settling State, following the determination described in Section IV.C.2, and the following timeline shall apply: a. Within twenty-one (21) days of the notice provided by the Settlement Fund Administrator, CVS, any Settling State or the Enforcement Committee may dispute, in writing, the calculation of the Annual Payment, or the Statewide Payment Amount for a Settling State. Such disputing party must provide a written notice of dispute to the Settlement Fund Administrator, the Enforcement Committee, any affected Settling State, and CVS identifying the nature of the dispute, the amount of money that is disputed, and the Settling State(s) affected. b. Within twenty-one (21) days of the sending of a written notice of dispute, any affected party may submit a response, in writing, to the Settlement Fund Administrator, the Enforcement Committee, any affected Settling State, and CVS identifying the basis for disagreement with the notice of dispute. c. If no response is filed, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall adjust the amount calculated consistent with the written notice of dispute, and CVS shall pay the adjusted amount as the Annual Payment on the Payment Date. If a written response to the written notice of dispute is timely sent to the Settlement Fund Administrator, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall notify CVS of the preliminary amount to be paid, which shall be the greater of the amount originally calculated by the Settlement Fund Administrator or the amount that would be consistent with the notice of dispute,provided, however, that in no circumstances shall the preliminary amount to be paid be higher than the Maximum Annual Payment. For the avoidance of doubt, a transfer of payments from the Settlement Fund Escrow for other Payment Years does not count toward determining whether the amount to be paid is higher than the Maximum Annual Remediation Payments. d. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall place any disputed amount of the preliminary amount paid by CVS into the Settlement Fund Escrow and shall disburse any undisputed amount to each Settling State and its Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G. e. At any time before the Payment Date for an Annual Payment, CVS and the Enforcement Committee may agree on the amount of the Annual Payment and the Statewide Payment Amount for each Settling State. If such agreement is reached, CVS and the Enforcement Committee shall inform the Settlement Fund Administrator, and the Settlement Fund Administrator shall treat those amounts as the determination described in Section IV.C.2. 4. If a Settling State informs the Settlement Fund Administrator that it and its Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G have reached consensus on the amount of its Statewide Payment Amount, determined pursuant to Section IV.C.2 or Section IV.C.3, to be distributed to the Settling State, among its separate types of funds (if applicable), and among its Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G, the Settlement Fund 17 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Administrator shall disburse the Statewide Payment Amount pursuant to the consensus distribution amounts provided by the Settling State. For a Settling State that does not so notify the Settlement Fund Administrator,the Settlement Fund Administrator shall allocate the Settling State's Statewide Payment Amount,pursuant to Section V, among the separate types of funds for the Settling State (if applicable), and among its Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G using the following procedures: a. As soon as possible for each payment and following the determination described in Section IV.C.2 or Section IV.C.3, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall give notice to the relevant Settling States and their Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G of the amount to be received by each Settling State, the amount to be received by the separate types of funds for each Settling State (if applicable), and the amount to be received by each Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G for each Settling State. b. Within twenty-one (21) days of the notice provided by the Settlement Fund Administrator, any Settling State or Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G may dispute, in writing, the calculation of the amount to be received by the relevant Settling State and/or its Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G. A dispute will be deemed invalid and disregarded if it challenges the allocations adopted by a State-Subdivision Agreement approved pursuant to the provisions of Exhibit 0 or by statute. Such disputing party must provide a written notice of dispute to the Settlement Fund Administrator, any affected Settling State, and any affected Participating Subdivision identifying the nature of the dispute,the amount of money that is disputed, and the Settling State(s) affected. c. Within twenty-one (21) days of the sending of a written notice of dispute, any affected Settling State or any affected Participating Subdivision may submit a response, in writing, to the Settlement Fund Administrator, any affected Settling State and any affected Participating Subdivision identifying the basis for disagreement with the notice of dispute. d. If no response is filed, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall adjust the amount calculated consistent with the written notice of dispute. e. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall place any disputed amount into the Settlement Fund Escrow and shall disburse any undisputed amount to the Settling State and its Participating Subdivisions eligible for payment. 5. Disputes described in this subsection (other than those for which no response is filed under Section IV.C.3.c or Section IV.C.4.d) shall be resolved in accordance with the terms of Section VI. 6. The Settlement Fund Administrator may combine the disbursements of Annual Payments with disbursement of funds under other comparable opioid settlements. In determining when disbursements for each Annual Payment will be made,the Settlement Fund Administrator may take into account the timeline for the availability of disbursements 18 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 under other comparable opioid settlements. No such disbursement determinations by the Settlement Fund Administrator shall impact in any respect the amount, composition, or determination of an Annual Payment under this Agreement or CVS's obligations under this Agreement. 7. For the avoidance of doubt, Subdivisions not listed on Exhibit G shall not receive and are not eligible to receive an allocation from the Subdivision Fund and no provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted to create such an entitlement. D. Payment Date and Procedure for Annual Payment in Payment Year 1. The procedure described in Section IV.C.2 and Section IV.C.3 for determining the amount of the Annual Payment shall not apply to Payment Year 1. The procedure in lieu of Section IV.C.2 and Section IV.C.3 for determining the amount of the Annual Payment for Payment Year 1 is as set forth here. The Payment Date for Payment Year 1 is June 30, 2023 or the Effective Date, whichever is later. On or before such date, and provided that the conditions set forth in Section II.B, Section II.C, Section VIII.B, and Section VIII.0 have been satisfied, CVS shall deposit into the Settlement Fund the Maximum Annual Remediation Payment for Payment Year 1 as specified in Exhibit M-1 (which, again, shall consist only of base payments). The excess amount paid in Payment Year 1—including without limitation any amounts allocable to Non-Settling States— shall be deducted from the Annual Payment for Payment Year 2, along with any other deductions or reductions to the Annual Payment for Payment Year 2. E. Payment Date for Payment Years 2 through 10. The Payment Date for Payment Years 2 through 10 is June 30 of each Payment Year or thirty (30) calendar days from when the Settlement Fund Administrator gives notice to CVS of the amount of the Annual Payment for a Payment Year, whichever is later. The Annual Payments for those Payment Years shall be made pursuant to the process set forth in Section IV.C. F. Offsets to Annual Payments to the Settlement Fund for Non-Settling States. An offset equal to the Maximum Remediation Payment of $4,279,160,837 times the Overall Allocation Percentage assigned to each Non-Settling State in Exhibit F-2 shall be deducted from the total amount to be paid by CVS to the Settlement Fund. Non-Settling States shall not be eligible for any payments or have any rights in connection with this Agreement. Accordingly,the Maximum Annual Remediation Payments specified in Exhibit M-1 are reduced by the aggregate Overall Allocation Percentage of Non-Settling States as set forth in Exhibit F-2. G. Base Payments. 1. CVS shall make base payments into the Settlement Fund in an amount equal to thirty-eight percent (38%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of$4,279,160,837 minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F. The maximum total for base payments is $1,626,081,118. The base payments shall be due in annual installments consistent with Exhibit M-1 over the ten (10) Payment Years, subject to potential offsets for Non-Settling States as provided in Section IV.F. 19 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 2. Each Settling State's total base payments for all Payment Years shall not exceed thirty-eight percent (38%) of each Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage times the Maximum Remediation Payment. 3. The base payment for any Settling State in each Payment Year shall be the base payment for that Payment Year specified in Exhibit M-1 times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2. H. Incentive Payments. 1. CVS shall make potential incentive payments into the Settlement Fund, totaling up to a maximum of sixty-two percent (62%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of$4,279,160,837,minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F, with the actual incentive payment amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below are met in each Settling State. The potential maximum total for incentive payments is and cannot exceed $2,653,079,719. 2. A Settling State qualifies to receive incentive payments in addition to base payments if it meets the incentive eligibility requirements specified below. The maximum total Incentive Payment for any Settling State shall be no more than the maximum total for incentive payments listed in Section IV.H.1 times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2. Incentive payments are state-specific, with the actual amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below are met in such Settling State. 3. The incentive payments shall be available from four(4)categories,referred to as Incentive Payments A, B, C, and D. Incentive Payments A, B, and C will be due in annual installments over the nine (9) Payment Years beginning with Payment Year 2, and Incentive Payment D will be due in installments over five (5) years beginning with Payment Year 6, as shown on Exhibit M-1. The total amount of incentive payments in an Annual Payment shall be the sum of the incentive payments for which individual Settling States are eligible for that Payment Year under the criteria set forth below. The incentive payments shall be determined with respect to a specific Settling State based on its eligibility for that Payment Year under the criteria set forth below. For the avoidance of doubt, eligibility for Incentive Payments A, B, C, and D shall be determined on a Settling State- by-Settling State basis and for each Payment Year as set forth below. Except to the limited extent provided below for Incentives A(see Section IV.H.6.c)and D(see Section IV.H.9.j), a Settling State may not earn and shall not be paid in any later Payment Year an annual incentive payment for a prior Payment Year, or any portion thereof,that it failed to qualify for in that prior Payment Year. 4. A Settling State may either qualify for Incentive Payment A, or it can alternatively qualify for Incentive Payments B, C, and/or D. A Settling State will be eligible for its full allocable share of the maximum amount available for incentive payments by either(a)achieving Incentive Payment A within two(2)years of the Effective Date or (b)by fully earning Incentive Payment B in each Payment Year it is available and 20 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 earning Incentive Payments C and D in a manner that produces that maximum possible combined amount from those two incentives. 5. The following time periods apply to Incentive Payments B and C: a. Period 1: Zero to two hundred ten (210) days after the Effective Date. b. Period 2: Two hundred eleven (211) days to one year after the Effective Date. c. Period 3: One year and one day after the Effective Date to April 30, 2027. 6. Incentive Payment A. a. Incentive Payment A is mutually exclusive with Incentive Payments B,C,and D;if a Settling State receives Incentive Payment A in an Annual Payment, such Settling State is not eligible for Incentive Payments B, C, or D in that Annual Payment. b. Incentive Payment A shall be up to a maximum of sixty-two percent (62%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of $4,279,160,837, minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F, with the actual amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below are met in each Settling State. The potential maximum total for Incentive Payment A is $2,653,079,719. c. The Incentive Payment A for any Settling State in each Payment Year shall be the Incentive Payment A for that Payment Year specified in Exhibit M-1 times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2, provided such Settling State achieves Incentive Payment A by two (2) years after the Effective Date. If a Settling State achieves Incentive Payment A after April 30, 2024 but before two (2) years after the Effective Date, it shall receive a catch-up payment as part of the next Annual Payment for the difference between what it would have earned had it qualified for Incentive Payment A for Payment Year 2 and what it was actually paid for Payment Year 2. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall decrease the catch-up payments payable pursuant to this Section IV.H.6.c to the extent they cannot be paid without exceeding an applicable payment limit shown in Exhibit M-1 for the next Payment Year. d. A Settling State is eligible for Incentive Payment A if: (i) there is a Bar in that State in full force and effect; (ii) there is a Settlement Class Resolution in that State in full force and effect; (iii) there is a ruling from the State's highest court barring all Subdivisions from bringing or maintaining Released Claims; (iv) the Released Claims of all of the following entities are released through the execution of Subdivision Participation Agreements: (1)all Litigating Subdivisions, 21 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 (2) all Non-Litigating Primary Subdivisions, (3) all non-litigating School Districts with a K-12 student enrollment of at least 25,000 or 0.10% of a State's population, whichever is greater, (4) all non-litigating health districts and hospital districts that have at least one hundred twenty-five (125)hospital beds in one or more hospitals rendering services in that district, and (5) all Primary Fire Districts; or (v) a combination of the actions in clauses (i)-(iv) has achieved the same level of resolution of Claims by Subdivisions (e.g., a Bar against future litigation combined with full joinder by Litigating Subdivisions). For the avoidance of doubt, subsection (iv) cannot be satisfied unless all Litigating Subdivisions are Participating Subdivisions or there is a Case-Specific Resolution against any such Subdivisions that are not Participating Subdivisions. e. A Settling State that does not achieve Incentive Payment A as of two (2) years after the Effective Date shall not be eligible for, and shall not receive, Incentive Payment A for any Payment Year. f. CVS shall acknowledge on or before the Initial Subdivision Participation Date the sufficiency of any existing Bars in Settling States, provided that such States shall have provided no less than 30 days' notice to CVS of such Bars. Any other Settling State that believes it qualifies for Incentive Payment A by two (2) years after the Effective Date shall provide prompt notice to CVS, the Enforcement Committee, and the Settlement Fund Administrator, including data sources or other information establishing such Settling State's entitlement to Incentive Payment A. CVS and the Enforcement Committee shall meet and confer in order to agree on data sources for purposes of this Section prior to the Preliminary Agreement Date. g. If CVS made a payment under Incentive Payment A solely on the basis of a Bar or Settlement Class Resolution in a Settling State and that Bar or Settlement Class Resolution is subsequently subject to a Revocation Event, that Settling State shall not be eligible for Incentive Payment A thereafter, unless the State requalifies for Incentive Payment A through any method pursuant to Section IV.H.6.d, in which case the Settling State shall be eligible for Incentive Payment A less any litigation fees and costs incurred by CVS in the interim, except that, if the re-imposition occurs after the completion of opening statements in a trial involving a Released Claim, the Settling State shall not be eligible for Incentive Payment A (unless this exception is waived by CVS). 7. Incentive Payment B. a. Incentive Payment B shall be available to Settling States that do not qualify for Incentive Payment A. b. Incentive Payment B shall be up to a potential maximum of twenty- eight percent (28%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of $4,279,160,837 minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F,with the actual amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below 22 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 are met in each Settling State. The potential maximum total for Incentive Payment B is $1,198,165,035. c. The potential maximum Incentive Payment B for any Settling State in each Payment Year shall be the Incentive Payment B for that Payment Year specified in Exhibit M-1 times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2,provided such Settling State becomes eligible for Incentive Payment B by April 30 of the Payment Year or April 30,2027,whichever is earlier. The Incentive Payment B for any Settling State that qualifies for Incentive Payment B is subject to reduction in accordance with Section IV.H.7.f, Section IV.H.7.g, and Section IV.H.7.h. d. For Payment Years 2 through 5, the calculations specified by this Section IV.H.7 shall be based on a Settling State's Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population as of April 30 of that Payment Year. For Payment Years 6 through 10,the calculations specified by this Section IV.H.7 shall be based on a Settling State's Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population as of April 30, 2027. e. A Settling State qualifies for an Incentive Payment B if Litigating Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of the Settling State's Litigating Subdivision population are either Participating Subdivisions or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions. f. Within Period 1: If Litigating Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of a Settling State's Litigating Subdivision population are Participating Subdivisions, or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions, during Period 1, then a sliding scale will determine the share of the Settling State's maximum Incentive Payment B for a Payment Year that it has earned. Under that sliding scale, if Litigating Subdivisions collectively representing eighty-five percent (85%) of a Settling State's Litigating Subdivision population become Participating Subdivisions,or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status,by the end of Period 1, a Settling State will receive twenty percent(20%)of its maximum Incentive Payment B for each Payment Year. If more Litigating 6 The"Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population"shall be determined by the aggregate population of a Settling State's Litigating Subdivisions(including without limitation School Districts and Special Districts)that are Participating Subdivisions, or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions, divided by the aggregate population of that Settling State's Litigating Subdivisions(including without limitation School Districts and Special Districts). In calculating the Settling State's population that resides in Litigating Subdivisions,the population of the Settling State's Litigating Subdivisions shall be the sum of the population of all Litigating Subdivisions in the Settling State, notwithstanding that persons may be included within the population of more than one Litigating Subdivision. An individual Litigating Subdivision shall not be included more than once in the numerator, and shall not be included more than once in the denominator,of the calculation regardless if it(or any of its officials)is named as multiple plaintiffs in the same lawsuit;provided,however,that for the avoidance of doubt,no Litigating Subdivision will be excluded from the numerator or denominator under this sentence unless a Litigating Subdivision otherwise counted in the denominator has the authority to release the Claims (consistent with Section XI) of the Litigating Subdivision to be excluded. 23 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Subdivisions become Participating Subdivisions, or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, the Settling State shall receive an increased percentage of the maximum Incentive Payment B for each Payment Year as shown in the table below. Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population Incentive Payment B Percentage Participation of less than 85% Payment of 0% of Incentive B Participation of 85%but less than 86% Payment of 20% of Incentive B Participation of 86%but less than 87% Payment of 30% of Incentive B Participation of 87%but less than 88% Payment of 33% of Incentive B Participation of 88%but less than 89% Payment of 36% of Incentive B Participation of 89%but less than 90% Payment of 40% of Incentive B Participation of 90%but less than 91% Payment of 43% of Incentive B Participation of 91%but less than 92% Payment of 46% of Incentive B Participation of 92%but less than 93% Payment of 50% of Incentive B Participation of 93%but less than 94% Payment of 55% of Incentive B Participation of 94%but less than 95% Payment of 58% of Incentive B Participation of 95%but less than 96% Payment of 60% of Incentive B Participation of 96%but less than 97% Payment of 70% of Incentive B Participation of 97%but less than 98% Payment of 75% of Incentive B Participation of 98%but less than 99% Payment of 85% of Incentive B Participation of 99%but less than 100% Payment of 95% of Incentive B Participation of 100% Payment of 100% of Incentive B g. Within Period 2: If a Settling State did not qualify for Incentive Payment B in Period 1,but Litigating Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent(85%) of the Settling State's Litigating Subdivision population become Participating Subdivisions, or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, by the end of Period 2, then the Settling State qualifies in each Payment Year for seventy-five percent (75%) of the Incentive Payment B it would have qualified for in Period 1. If a Settling State qualifies for Incentive Payment B in Period 1 and increases its Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population in Period 2, the additional Incentive Payment B for each Payment Year shall be eighty-seven and one-half percent (87.5%) of the difference between (i) the Incentive Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.7.f in Period 2 and (ii) the Incentive Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.7.f at the end of Period 1. h. Within Period 3: If a Settling State did not qualify for an Incentive Payment B in Periods 1 or 2, but Litigating Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of the Settling State's Litigating Subdivision population become Participating Subdivisions,or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, by the end of Period 3, then the Settling State qualifies for fifty percent (50%) of the Incentive Payment B it would have qualified for in Period 1. If a 24 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Settling State qualifies for Incentive Payment B in Period 2 and increases its Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population in Period 3, the additional Incentive Payment B in each Payment Year shall be seventy-five percent (75%)of the difference between(i)the Incentive Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.7.f in Period 3 and (ii) the Incentive Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.7.f at the end of Period 2. i. For the avoidance of doubt, an increase in a Settling State's Participation Percentage of Litigating Subdivision Population in Periods 2 and/or 3 from an earlier Period entitles the Settling State to receive the Incentive Payment B Percentage it had earned as of the end of the earlier Period plus the additional Incentive Payment B Percentage specified by the calculations in Section IV.H.7.g and Section IV.H.7.h. j. If a Settling State has not qualified for Incentive Payment B by April 30, 2027, it shall no longer be eligible to qualify for and shall not receive any Incentive Payment B for any Payment Year. k. If there are no Litigating Subdivisions in a Settling State, and that Settling State is otherwise eligible for Incentive Payment B,that Settling State will receive its maximum Incentive Payment B for that Annual Payment provided by Section IV.H.7.c. 8. Incentive Payment C. a. Incentive Payment C shall be available to Settling States that do not qualify for Incentive Payment A. b. Incentive Payment C shall be equal to up to a potential maximum of twenty-eight percent (28%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of $4,279,160,837 minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F, with the actual amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below are met in each Settling State. The potential maximum total for Incentive Payment C is $1,198,165,035. c. The potential maximum Incentive Payment C for any Settling State in each Payment Year shall be the Incentive Payment C for that Payment Year specified in Exhibit M-1 times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2,provided such Settling State becomes eligible for Incentive Payment B by April 30 of the Payment Year or April 30,2027,whichever is earlier. The maximum Incentive Payment C for any Settling State that qualifies for Incentive Payment C is subject to reduction in accordance with Section IV.H.8.f, Section IV.H.8.g, and Section IV.H.8.h. d. For Payment Years 2 through 5, the calculations specified by this Section IV.H.8 shall be based on the participation percentage of a Settling State's Non-Litigating Threshold population and its Litigating Subdivision population 25 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 ("Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population")7 as of April 30 of that Payment Year. For Payment Years 6 through 10, the calculations specified by this Section IV.H.8 shall be based on a Settling State's Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population as of April 30, 2027. e. Incentive Payment C shall be available depending on the percentage of the aggregate population of a Settling State's Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions (including without limitation School Districts and Special Districts) that are Participating Subdivisions or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions (the "Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions"). A Settling State qualifies for an Incentive Payment C if Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent(85%) of the Settling State's Incentive C Eligible Subdivision population are either Participating Subdivisions or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions. f. Within Period 1: If Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of a Settling State's Incentive C Eligible Subdivision population are Participating Subdivisions, or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions, during Period 1,then a sliding scale will determine the share of the Settling State's maximum Incentive Payment C for a Payment Year that it has earned. Under that sliding scale, if Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions collectively representing eighty-five percent (85%) of a Settling State's Incentive C Eligible population become Participating Subdivisions or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status by the end of Period 1, a Settling State will receive twenty percent (20%) of its maximum Incentive Payment C for each Payment Year. If more Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions become Participating Subdivisions, or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, the Settling State shall receive an increased percentage of the maximum Incentive Payment C for each Payment Year as shown in the table below. 7 The"Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population"shall be determined by the aggregate population of a Settling State's Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions(including without limitation School Districts and Special Districts) that are Participating Subdivisions, or have their Claims resolved through Case-Specific Resolutions, divided by the aggregate population of that Settling State's Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions (including without limitation School Districts and Special Districts). In calculating the Settling State's population that resides in Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions,the population of the Settling State's Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions shall be the sum of the population of all Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivisions in the Settling State,notwithstanding that persons may be included within the population of more than one Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions and Litigating Subdivision. An individual Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivisions or Litigating Subdivision shall not be included more than once in the numerator,and shall not be included more than once in the denominator, of the calculation regardless if it (or any of its officials) is named as multiple plaintiffs in the same lawsuit; provided, however, that for the avoidance of doubt, no Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivision or Litigating Subdivision will be excluded from the numerator or denominator under this sentence unless a Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivision or Litigating Subdivision otherwise counted in the denominator has the authority to release the Claims(consistent with Section XI)of the Non-Litigating Threshold Subdivision or Litigating Subdivision to be excluded. 26 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population Incentive Payment C Percentage Participation of less than 85% Payment of 0% of Incentive C Participation of 85%but less than 86% Payment of 20% of Incentive C Participation of 86%but less than 87% Payment of 30% of Incentive C Participation of 87%but less than 88% Payment of 33% of Incentive C Participation of 88%but less than 89% Payment of 36% of Incentive C Participation of 89%but less than 90% Payment of 40% of Incentive C Participation of 90%but less than 91% Payment of 43% of Incentive C Participation of 91%but less than 92% Payment of 46% of Incentive C Participation of 92%but less than 93% Payment of 50% of Incentive C Participation of 93%but less than 94% Payment of 55% of Incentive C Participation of 94%but less than 95% Payment of 58% of Incentive C Participation of 95%but less than 96% Payment of 60% of Incentive C Participation of 96%but less than 97% Payment of 70% of Incentive C Participation of 97%but less than 98% Payment of 75% of Incentive C Participation of 98%but less than 99% Payment of 85% of Incentive C Participation of 99%but less than 100% Payment of 95% of Incentive C Participation of 100% Payment of 100% of Incentive C g. Within Period 2: If a Settling State did not qualify for Incentive Payment C in Period 1, but Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of the Settling State's Incentive C Eligible Subdivision population become Participating Subdivisions, or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, by the end of Period 2, then the Settling State qualifies in each Payment Year for seventy-five percent (75%) of the Incentive Payment C it would have qualified for in Period 1. If a Settling State qualifies for Incentive Payment C in Period 1 and increases its Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population in Period 2, the additional Incentive Payment C for each Payment Year shall be eighty-seven and one-half percent (87.5%) of the difference between (i)the Incentive Payment C calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.8.f in Period 2 and(ii)the Incentive Payment C calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.8.f at the end of Period 1. h. Within Period 3: If a Settling State did not qualify for an Incentive Payment C in Periods 1 or 2, but Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions collectively representing at least eighty-five percent (85%) of the Settling State's Incentive C Eligible Subdivision population become Participating Subdivisions, or achieve Case-Specific Resolution status, by the end of Period 3, then the Settling State qualifies for fifty percent(50%)of the Incentive Payment C it would have qualified for in Period 1. If a Settling State qualifies for Incentive Payment C in Period 2 and increases its Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population in Period 3, the additional Incentive Payment B in each Payment Year shall be seventy-five percent (75%) of the difference between (i) the Incentive 27 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.8.f in Period 3 and(ii)the Incentive Payment B calculated pursuant to Section IV.H.8.f at the end of Period 2. i. For the avoidance of doubt, an increase in a Settling State's Participation Percentage of Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population in Periods 2 and/or 3 from an earlier Period entitles the Settling State to receive the Incentive Payment C Percentage it had earned as of the end of the earlier Period plus the additional Incentive Payment C Percentage specified by the calculations in Section IV.H.8.g and Section IV.H.8.h. j. If a Settling State has not qualified for Incentive Payment C by April 30, 2027, it shall no longer be eligible to qualify for and shall not receive any Incentive Payment C for any Payment Year. k. If there are no Incentive C Eligible Subdivisions in a Settling State, and that Settling State is otherwise eligible for Incentive Payment C, that Settling State will receive its maximum Incentive Payment C for that Annual Payment provided by Section IV.H.8.c. 9. Incentive Payment D. a. Incentive Payment D shall be available to Settling States that do not qualify for Incentive Payment A. b. Incentive Payment D shall be equal to up to a potential maximum of fifteen percent (15%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment of$4,279,160,837 minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F,with the actual amount depending on whether and the extent to which the criteria set forth below are met in each Settling State. The potential maximum total for Incentive Payment D is $641,874,126.8 c. Incentive Payment D shall be available to be earned starting at Payment Year 6 and the amount of Incentive Payment D in Payment Years 6-10 will depend on (i)the Settling State's eligibility as set out in Section IV.H.9.d and (ii)the Participation Percentage of the Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population achieved by the Settling State as of April 30, 2027. d. A Settling State is eligible for Incentive Payment D if no Later Litigating Subdivision (for purposes of Incentive Payment D, Later Litigating Subdivisions are limited to (i) a Primary Subdivision; (ii) a school district with a K-12 student enrollment of at least 25,000 or 0.10% of the State's population, whichever is greater; (iii) a health district or hospital district that has at least one 8 The Incentive Payment C table specified in Section IV.H.8.f and Incentive Payment D table specified in Section IV.H.9.e operate so that the combined amount of Incentive Payment C and Incentive Payment D cannot exceed thirty- four percent (34%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment over the term of the Agreement. CVS will have no obligation to pay more than$1,454,914,684 for the combined amounts of Incentive Payment C and Incentive Payment D minus any offsets for Non-Settling States specified in Section IV.F and reductions for unachieved incentives. 28 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 hundred twenty-five(125)hospital beds in one or more hospitals rendering services in that district; and (iv) Primary Fire Districts) in that State has a lawsuit against a Released Entity that survived in whole or in part a Threshold Motion and is pending as of April 30 in Payment Years 6 to 10 ("Incentive Payment D Look-Back Dates"). e. The Incentive Payment D for any Settling State in Payment Years 6-10 shall be between six percent(6%) and fifteen percent(15%)of the Maximum Remediation Payment times the Settling State's Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2. The applicable percentage shall be determined based on the Participation Percentage of the Incentive C Eligible Subdivision Population achieved by the Settling State as of April 30, 2027 as shown in the table below: Participation Percentage of Incentive C Settling State's Applicable Eligible Subdivision Population as of Incentive Payment D April 30, 2027 Percentage Participation of less than 96% 15% of Maximum Remediation Payment Participation of 96%but less than 97% 14.4% of Maximum Remediation Payment Participation of 97%but less than 98% 13% of Maximum Remediation Payment Participation of 98%but less than 99% 10.2% of Maximum Remediation Payment Participation of 99%but less than 100% 7.4% of Maximum Remediation Payment Participation of 100% 6% of Maximum Remediation Payment f. Incentive Payment D shall be available in equal installments in Payment Years 6-10, unless an adjustment to payment is required by Section IV.H.9.i or Section IV.H.9.j after the Annual Payment is made for Payment Year 6, in which case the adjustment shall be made in a way that equalizes, to the extent possible, its effect over the remaining Payment Years.9 g. Prior to determining the Annual Payment for each of Payment Years 6 through 10, the Settlement Fund Administrator shall determine a Settling State's eligibility for Incentive Payment D as of the Incentive Payment D Look-Back Date 9 The top of the range for Incentive Payment D specified in Exhibit M-2 for Payment Years 6-10 represents five years of equal payments of Incentive Payment D at fifteen percent(15%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment for all Eligible States. The bottom of the range for Incentive Payment D specified in Exhibit M-2 for Payment Years 6-10 represents five years of equal payments of Incentive Payment D at six percent(6%) of the Maximum Remediation Payment for all Eligible States. Incentive Payment D cannot exceed the top of the range for Incentive Payment D specified in Exhibit M-2 for each of Payment Years 6-10. Any Incentive Payment D in excess of the bottom of the range for Incentive Payment D must correspond to reductions to Incentive Payment C in a prior or the same Payment Year,as provided by the Incentive Payment C table specified in Section IV.H.8.f. 29 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 in each such Payment Year. Prior to each Incentive Payment D Look-Back Date, CVS may provide the Settlement Fund Administrator and the Enforcement Committee with notice identifying any Settling State(s) it believes do not qualify for Incentive Payment D and information supporting its belief h. If, at any time during the term of this Agreement any Subdivision becomes a Later Litigating Subdivision (as that term is limited by Section IV.H.9.c),then CVS shall,within thirty(30)calendar days of CVS or any Released Entity being served, provide notice to the Settling State in which such Released Claims are being pursued and shall give the relevant Settling State a reasonable opportunity to extinguish the Released Claims without any payment or any other obligations being imposed upon any Released Entities (apart from the Global Settlement Amount payable by CVS under the Agreement or the Injunctive Relief Terms incurred by it). The relevant Settling State and CVS shall confer and use reasonable efforts to promptly resolve the lawsuit so that it is dismissed with prejudice. Nothing in this subsection creates an obligation for a Settling State to make a monetary payment or incur any other obligation to an entity filing a lawsuit. i. If a Later Litigation Subdivision's lawsuit results in a money judgment being entered against a Released Entity or reasonable settlement being reached with a Released Entity, the amount is to be set off from the total Incentive Payment D for which the Settling State may become eligible. The total Incentive Payment D for which the Settling State may become eligible shall be reduced by the amount of the judgment or settlement. j. Notwithstanding Section IV.H.9.d, a Settling State can become re- eligible for Incentive Payment D if the lawsuit that survived a Threshold Motion is dismissed pursuant to a later motion on grounds included in the Threshold Motion, in which case the Settling State shall be eligible for any missed payments of Incentive Payment D in the following Payment Year, less any litigation fees and costs incurred by CVS in the interim, except that if the dismissal motion occurs after the completion of opening statements in such action, the Settling State shall not be eligible for Incentive Payment D. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall decrease the missed payments payable pursuant to this Section IV.H.9.j to the extent it cannot be paid without exceeding the top end of an applicable payment range shown in Exhibit M-2 for the remaining Payment Years. I. In no event shall any Settling State receive base payments and incentive payments totaling more than one hundred percent (100%) of its respective Overall Allocation Percentage specified in Exhibit F-2 times the Maximum Remediation Payment. J. Credit for Dispensing Services. CVS and a Settling State may enter into an agreement for CVS to earn credits against Annual Payments for dispensing free-of-charge opioid alternatives, for free-of-charge product provided in connection with other opioid-related resolutions, and/or for other initiatives and services. 30 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 V. Allocation and Use of Settlement Payments A. Components of Settlement Fund. The Settlement Fund shall be comprised of a Remediation Accounts Fund, a State Fund, and a Subdivision Fund for each Settling State. The payment made under Section IV into the Settlement Fund shall be initially allocated among those three (3) sub-funds and distributed and used as provided below or as provided for by a State- Subdivision Agreement(or other State-specific allocation of funds). B. Use of Settlement Payments. 1. It is the intent of the Parties that the payments disbursed from the Settlement Fund to Settling States and Participating Subdivisions be for Opioid Remediation to address Alleged Harms, subject to exceptions that must be documented in accordance with Section V.B.2. In no event may less than 95.5% of CVS's maximum payment amounts pursuant to Section IV as set forth on Exhibit M-1 over the entirety of all Payment Years (but not in any single Payment Year)be spent on Opioid Remediation;provided, however, that the remaining 4.5% only may be spent outside of Opioid Remediation to the extent necessary to satisfy: (a) back-stop attorney fee agreements entered into by Settling States with respect to at least one opioid settlement on or before November 30, 2022, even if such an agreement did not as of that date apply to CVS's Annual Payments; or(b) contingency fee agreements entered into by Settling States covering CVS's Annual Payments. Any amounts not spent to satisfy such agreements must be spent on Opioid Remediation. 2. While disfavored by the Parties, a Settling State or a Participating Subdivision may, subject to the limitation in the second sentence of Section V.B.1, use monies from the Settlement Fund (that have not been restricted by this Agreement solely to future Opioid Remediation) for purposes that do not qualify as Opioid Remediation, provided that if,at any time,a Settling State or a Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G uses any monies from the Settlement Fund for a purpose that does not qualify as Opioid Remediation, such Settling State or Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G shall identify such amounts and report to the Settlement Fund Administrator and CVS how such funds were used, including if used to pay attorneys' fees, investigation costs, litigation costs, or costs related to the operation and enforcement of this Agreement, respectively. Such expenditures shall be reported to the Settlement Fund Administrator and CVS by January 31 of the year following the calendar year in which they are made. It is the intent of the Parties that the reporting under this Section V.B.2 shall be available to the public. For the avoidance of doubt, (a)any amounts not identified under this Section V.B.2 as used to pay attorneys' fees, investigation costs, or litigation costs shall be included in the Total Remediation Amount for purposes of Section V.F and (b) Participating Subdivisions not listed on Exhibit G may only use monies from the Settlement Fund for purposes that qualify as Opioid Remediation. C. Allocation of Settlement Fund. The allocation of the Settlement Fund allows for different approaches to be taken in different Settling States, such as through a State-Subdivision Agreement. Given the uniqueness of Settling States and their Participating Subdivisions, Settling States and their Participating Subdivisions are encouraged to enter into State-Subdivision 31 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Agreements in order to direct the allocation of their portion of the Settlement Fund. This Agreement has no effect on the ability of Settling States and their Participating Subdivisions to internally agree on the allocation of their portion of the Settlement Fund. As set out below, the Settlement Fund Administrator will make an initial allocation to three (3) state-level sub-funds. The Settlement Fund Administrator will then, for each Settling State and its Participating Subdivisions, apply the terms of this Agreement and any relevant State-Subdivision Agreement, Statutory Trust, Allocation Statute, or voluntary redistribution of funds as set out below before disbursing the funds. 1. Base Payments. The Settlement Fund Administrator will allocate base payments under Section IV.G among the Settling States pursuant to Section VI.G. Base payments for each Settling State will then be allocated fifteen percent (15%) to its State Fund, seventy percent(70%)to its Remediation Accounts Fund, and fifteen percent(15%) to its Subdivision Fund. Amounts may be reallocated and will be distributed as provided in Section V.D. 2. Incentive Payments. The Settlement Fund Administrator will treat incentive payments under Section IV.H on a Settling State-specific basis in proportion to each Settling State's respective Overall Allocation Percentage. Incentive payments for which a Settling State is eligible under Section IV.H will be allocated fifteen percent(15%) to its State Fund, seventy percent (70%) to its Remediation Accounts Fund, and fifteen percent(15%)to its Subdivision Fund. Amounts may be reallocated and will be distributed as provided in Section V.D. 3. Settlement Fund Administrator. Prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, CVS and the Enforcement Committee will agree to a detailed mechanism consistent with the foregoing for the Settlement Fund Administrator to follow in allocating,apportioning,and distributing payments,which shall then be appended hereto as Exhibit L. 4. Settlement Fund Administrator Costs. Any reasonable costs and fees of the Settlement Fund Administrator accruing under this Agreement as described in Exhibit L shall be paid from the interest accrued in the Settlement Fund;provided, however, that if such accrued interest is insufficient to pay the entirety of any such costs and fees, CVS shall pay fifty percent (50%) of the additional amount directly to the Settlement Fund Administrator and fifty percent (50%) shall be paid out of the Settlement Fund. D. Settlement Fund Reallocation and Distribution. As set forth below, within a particular Settling State's account, amounts contained in the Settlement Fund sub-funds may be reallocated and distributed per a State-Subdivision Agreement or other means. If the apportionment of amounts is not addressed and controlled under Section V.D.1 and Section V.D.2, then the default provisions of Section V.D.4 apply. It is not necessary that a State-Subdivision Agreement or other means of allocating funds pursuant to Section V.D.1 and Section V.D.2 address all of the Settlement Fund sub-funds. For example, a Statutory Trust might only address disbursements from a Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund. 32 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1. Distribution by State-Subdivision Agreement. If a Settling State has a State-Subdivision Agreement, amounts apportioned to that Settling State's State Fund, Remediation Accounts Fund, and Subdivision Fund under Section V.0 shall be reallocated and distributed as provided by that agreement. Any State-Subdivision Agreement entered into or amended after the Preliminary Agreement Date shall be applied only if it requires: (a) that all amounts be used for Opioid Remediation, except as allowed by Section V.B.2, and (b) that at least seventy percent (70%) of amounts be used solely for future Opioid Remediation.10 For a State-Subdivision Agreement to be applied to the relevant portion of the Annual Payment, notice must be provided to CVS and the Settlement Fund Administrator at least ten (10)business days prior to the Settlement Fund Administrator's disbursements of such portion to a Settlement State and its Participating Subdivisions. 2. Distribution by Allocation Statute. If a Settling State has an Allocation Statute and/or a Statutory Trust that addresses allocation or distribution of amounts apportioned to such Settling State's State Fund, Remediation Accounts Fund, and/or Subdivision Fund and that, to the extent any or all such sub-funds are addressed, requires (1) all amounts to be used for Opioid Remediation, except as allowed by Section V.B.2, and (2) at least seventy percent (70%) of all amounts to be used solely for future Opioid Remediation,11 then, to the extent allocation or distribution is addressed, the amounts apportioned to that Settling State's State Fund, Remediation Accounts Fund, and Subdivision Fund under Section V.0 shall be allocated and distributed as addressed and provided by the applicable Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust. For the avoidance of doubt, an Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust need not address all three (3) sub-funds that comprise the Settlement Fund, and if the applicable Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust does not address distribution of all or some of these three (3) sub-funds, the applicable Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust does not replace the default provisions described in Section V.D.4 of any such unaddressed fund. For example, if an Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust that meets the requirements of this Section V.D.2 only addresses funds restricted to remediation and abatement, then the default provisions in this Agreement concerning allocation among the three (3) sub-funds comprising the Settlement Fund and the distribution of the State Fund and Subdivision Fund for that Settling State would still apply,while the distribution of the applicable Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund would be governed by the qualifying Allocation Statute or Statutory Trust. 3. Voluntary Redistribution. A Settling State may choose to reallocate all or a portion of its State Fund to its Remediation Accounts Fund. A Participating Subdivision included on Exhibit G may choose to reallocate all or a portion of its allocation from the Subdivision Fund to the State's Remediation Accounts Fund or to another Participating Subdivision. The Settlement Fund Administrator is not required to honor a voluntary 1°Future Opioid Remediation includes amounts paid to satisfy any future demand by another governmental entity to make a required reimbursement in connection with the past care and treatment of a person related to the Alleged Harms. 11 Future Opioid Remediation includes amounts paid to satisfy any future demand by another governmental entity to make a required reimbursement in connection with the past care and treatment of a person related to the Alleged Harms. 33 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 redistribution for which notice is provided to it less than sixty (60) calendar days prior to the applicable Payment Date. 4. Distribution in the Absence of a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust. If Section V.D.1 and Section V.D.2 do not apply, amounts apportioned to that Settling State's State Fund, Remediation Accounts Fund, and Subdivision Fund under Section V.0 shall be distributed as follows: a. Amounts apportioned to that Settling State's State Fund shall be distributed to that State. b. Amounts apportioned to that Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund shall be distributed consistent with Section V.E. Each Settling State shall submit to the Settlement Fund Administrator a designation of a lead state agency or other entity to serve as the single point of contact for that Settling State's funding requests from the Remediation Accounts Fund and other communications with the Settlement Fund Administrator. The designation of an individual entity is for administrative purposes only and such designation shall not limit funding to such entity or even require that such entity receive funds from this Agreement. The designated entity shall be the only entity authorized to request funds from the Settlement Fund Administrator to be disbursed from that Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund. If a Settling State has established a Statutory Trust, then that Settling State's single point of contact may direct the Settlement Fund Administrator to release the State's Remediation Accounts Fund to the Statutory Trust. c. Amounts apportioned to that Settling State's Subdivision Fund shall be distributed to Participating Subdivisions in that State included on Exhibit G per the Subdivision Allocation Percentage listed in Exhibit G. Section V.F shall govern amounts that would otherwise be distributed to Non-Participating Subdivisions listed in Exhibit G. For the avoidance of doubt and notwithstanding any other provision in this Agreement, no Non-Participating Subdivision will receive any amount from the Settlement Fund, regardless of whether such Subdivision is included on Exhibit G. d. Special Districts shall not be allocated funds from the Subdivision Fund, except through a voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3 to Special Districts that are Participating Subdivisions. A Settling State may allocate funds from its State Fund or Remediation Accounts Fund for Special Districts that are Participating Subdivisions. 5. Restrictions on Distribution. No amounts may be distributed from the Subdivision Fund contrary to Section VII, i.e., no amounts may be distributed directly to Non-Participating Subdivisions to the extent such a distribution would violate Section VII.G or Section VII.H. Amounts allocated to the Subdivision Fund that cannot be distributed by virtue of the preceding sentence shall be distributed into the sub-account in the Remediation Accounts Fund for the Settling State in which the Non-Participating 34 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Subdivision is located, unless those payments are redirected elsewhere by a State- Subdivision Agreement described in Section V.D.1 or by an Allocation Statute or a Statutory Trust described in Section V.D.2. E. Provisions Regarding the Remediation Accounts Fund. 1. State-Subdivision Agreement,Allocation Statute, and Statutory Trust Fund Provisions. A State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust in a Settling State may govern the operation and use of amounts in that State's Remediation Accounts Fund so long as it complies with the requirements of Section V.D.1 or Section V.D.2, as applicable, and all direct payments to Participating Subdivisions in that State comply with Section VII.G through Section VII.I. 2. Absence of a State-Subdivision Agreement,Allocation Statute,or Statutory Trust. In the absence of a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust that addresses distribution,the Remediation Accounts Fund will be used by a Settling State solely for future Opioid Remediation12 and the following shall apply with respect to a Settling State: a. Regional Remediation. (i) At least fifty percent (50%) of distributions for remediation from a Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund shall be annually allocated and tracked to the regional level. A Settling State may allow the Advisory Committee established pursuant to Section V.E.2.d to define its regions and assign regional allocations percentages. Otherwise, a Settling State shall (A) define its initial regions, which shall consist of one (1) or more General-Purpose Subdivision(s) and which shall be designated by the state agency with primary responsibility for substance abuse disorder services employing, to the maximum extent practical, existing regions established in that State for opioid abuse treatment or other public health purposes; (B) assign initial regional allocation percentages to the regions based on the Subdivision Allocation Percentages in Exhibit G and an assumption that all Subdivisions included on Exhibit G will become Participating Subdivisions. (ii) This minimum regional expenditure percentage is calculated using the Settling State's initial Remediation Accounts Fund allocation and does not include any additional amounts a Settling State has directed to its Remediation Accounts Fund from its State Fund, or any other amounts directed to the fund. A Settling State may dedicate more than fifty percent (50%) of its Remediation Accounts Fund to the regional expenditure and may annually adjust the percentage of its Remediation Accounts Fund 12 Future Opioid Remediation includes amounts paid to satisfy any future demand by another governmental entity to make a required reimbursement in connection with the past care and treatment of a person related to the Alleged Harms. 35 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 dedicated to regional expenditures as long as the percentage remains above the minimum amount. (iii) A Settling State(A)has the authority to adjust the definition of the regions, and (B) may annually revise the percentages allocated to each region to reflect the number of General-Purpose Subdivisions in each region that are Non-Participating Subdivisions. b. Subdivision Block Grants. Certain Participating Subdivisions shall be eligible to receive regional allocation funds in the form of block grants for future Opioid Remediation. A Participating Subdivision eligible for block grants is a county or parish (or in the case of Settling States that do not have counties or parishes that function as political subdivisions, a city) that (1) does not contain a Litigating Subdivision or a Later Litigating Subdivision for which it has the authority to end the litigation through a release, bar or other action, (2) either (i) has a population of 400,000 or more or(ii)in the case of California has a population of 750,000 or more, and(3)has funded or otherwise managed an established health care or treatment infrastructure (e.g., health department or similar agency). Each Participating Subdivision eligible to receive block grants shall be assigned its own region. c. Small States. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section V.E.2.a, Settling States with populations under four (4) million that do not have existing regions described in Section V.E.2.a shall not be required to establish regions. However, such a Settling State that contains one (1) or more Participating Subdivisions eligible for block grants under Section V.E.2.c shall be divided regionally so that each block-grant eligible Participating Subdivision is a region and the remainder of the Settling State is a region. d. Advisory Committee. A Settling State shall designate an Opioid Settlement Remediation Advisory Committee (the "Advisory Committee") to provide input and recommendations regarding remediation spending from that Settling State's Remediation Accounts Fund. A Settling State may elect to use an existing advisory committee or similar entity (created outside of a State- Subdivision Agreement or Allocation Statute); provided, however, the Advisory Committee or similar entity shall meet the following requirements: (i) Written guidelines that establish the formation and composition of the Advisory Committee, terms of service for members, contingency for removal or resignation of members,a schedule of meetings, and any other administrative details; (ii) Composition that includes at least an equal number of local representatives as state representatives; (iii) A process for receiving input from Participating Subdivisions and other communities regarding how the opioid crisis is 36 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 affecting their communities, their abatement needs, and proposals for abatement strategies and responses; and (iv) A process by which Advisory Committee recommendations for expenditures for Opioid Remediation will be made to and considered by the appropriate state agencies. 3. Remediation Accounts Fund Reporting. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall track and assist in the report of remediation disbursements as agreed to between CVS and the Enforcement Committee. F. Nature of Payment. CVS, the Settling States, and the Participating Subdivisions each acknowledge and agree that notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, including,but not limited to, the scope of the Released Claims: 1. They have entered into this Agreement to avoid the delay, expense, inconvenience, and uncertainty of further litigation; 2. (a) The Settling States and Participating Subdivisions sought compensatory restitution and remediation(within the meaning of 26 U.S.C. § 162(f)(2)(A)and 26 C.F.R. § 1.162-21(e)(4)(i), (ii)) as damages for the Alleged Harms allegedly suffered by the Settling States and Participating Subdivisions; (b) the Total Remediation Amount is less than or equal to the amount, in the aggregate, of the Alleged Harms allegedly suffered by the Settling States and Participating Subdivisions; and (c) the portion of the Total Remediation Amount received by each Settling State or Participating Subdivision is less than or equal to the amount of the Alleged Harms allegedly suffered by such Settling State or Participating Subdivision; 3. The payment of the Total Remediation Amount by CVS constitutes, and is paid for, compensatory restitution and remediation (within the meaning of 26 U.S.C. § 162(f)(2)(A) and 26 C.F.R. § 1.162-21(e)(4)(i), (ii)) for alleged damage or harm (as compensation for alleged damage or harm arising out of alleged bodily injury) allegedly caused by CVS in order to restore, in whole or in part, the Settling States, Participating Subdivisions, and persons to the same position or condition that they would be in had the Settling States, Participating Subdivisions, and persons not suffered the Alleged Harms, and constitutes compensatory restitution and remediation for alleged damage or harm allegedly caused by the potential violation of a law and/or is an amount paid to come into compliance with the law; and 4. For the avoidance of doubt: (a) the entire Total Remediation Amount is properly characterized as described in Section V.F, (b)no portion of the Total Remediation Amount represents reimbursement to any Settling State or Participating Subdivision or other person or entity for the fees or costs of any investigation or litigation, including without limitation attorneys' fees, (c) no portion of the Global Settlement Amount constitutes the disgorgement of any allegedly ill-gotten gains, and (d) no portion of the Global Settlement Amount is paid for, is in place of, or is properly characterized as the payment of any fine,penalty,punitive damages, or other punitive assessments. 37 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 VI. Enforcement A. Enforceability. This Agreement is enforceable only by the Settling States and CVS; provided, however, that Released Entities may enforce Section XI and Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G have the enforcement rights described in Section VI.D. Except to the extent allowed by the Injunctive Relief Terms, Settling States and Participating Subdivisions shall not have enforcement rights with respect to either the terms of this Agreement that apply only to or in other States or any Consent Judgment entered into by another Settling State. Participating Subdivisions shall not have enforcement rights against CVS with respect to this Agreement or any Consent Judgment except that Participating Subdivisions shall have enforcement rights as set forth herein as to payments that would be allocated to the Subdivision Fund or Remediation Accounts Fund pursuant to Section V;provided, however, that each Settling State shall allow Participating Subdivisions in such Settling State to notify it of any perceived violations of this Agreement or the applicable Consent Judgment. B. Jurisdiction. CVS consents to the jurisdiction of the court in each Settling State in which the Consent Judgment is filed,limited to and for the sole and exclusive purpose of resolution of disputes identified in Section VI.F.2 for resolution in that court. C. Specific Terms Dispute Resolution. 1. Any dispute that is addressed by the provisions set forth in the Injunctive Relief Terms shall be resolved as provided therein. 2. In the event that CVS believes that the requirements established in Section V.B.1 are not being satisfied, CVS may request that CVS and the Enforcement Committee meet and confer regarding the use of funds to implement Section V.B.1. The completion of such meet-and-confer process is a precondition to further action regarding any such dispute. Further action concerning Section V.B.1 shall: (i)be limited to CVS obtaining a reduction of its Annual Payments by no more than five percent (5%) of the difference between the actual amount of Opioid Remediation and the 95.5% of CVS's maximum payment amounts pursuant to Section IV as set forth on Exhibit M-1 over the entirety of all Payment Years(but not in any single Payment Year); (ii)only reduce Annual Payments to those Settling States and their Participating Subdivisions that are out of compliance with the requirements established in Section V.B.1; and (iii) not reduce Annual Payments restricted to future Opioid Remediation. D. State-Subdivision Enforcement. 1. A Subdivision shall not have enforcement rights against a Settling State in which it is located with respect to this Agreement or any Consent Judgment except that a Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G shall have enforcement rights (a)as provided for in a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust with respect to intrastate allocation; or(b)in the absence of a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust, to address allegations that (i) the Settling State's use of Remediation Accounts Fund monies were not used for uses similar to or in the nature of those uses contained in Exhibit E, or (ii) a Settling State failed to pay funds directly from 38 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 the Remediation Accounts Fund to a Participating Subdivision eligible to receive a block grant pursuant to Section V.E.2.b. 2. A Settling State shall have enforcement rights against a Participating Subdivision located in its territory (a) as provided for in a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust; or (b) in the absence of a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, or Statutory Trust, to address allegations that the Participating Subdivisions' uses of Remediation Accounts Fund monies were not used for purposes similar to or in the nature of those uses contained in Exhibit E. 3. As between Settling States and Participating Subdivisions, the above rights are contractual in nature and nothing herein is intended to limit, restrict, change or alter any other existing rights under law. E. Subdivision Payment Enforcement. A Participating Subdivision listed on Exhibit G shall have the same right as a Settling State pursuant to Section VI.F.3.a(iv) to seek resolution regarding the failure by CVS to make its allocable share of an Annual Payment in a Payment Year. F. Other Terms Regarding Dispute Resolution. 1. Except as provided by Section VI.C, the parties to a dispute shall promptly meet and confer in good faith to resolve any dispute. If the parties cannot resolve the dispute informally, and unless otherwise agreed in writing,they shall follow the remaining provisions of this Section VI.F to resolve the dispute. 2. Except to the extent provided by Section VI.0 or Section VI.F.3,all disputes shall be resolved in either the court that entered the relevant Consent Judgment or, if no such Consent Judgment was entered, a state or territorial court with jurisdiction located wherever the seat of the relevant state government is located. a. State court proceedings shall be governed by the rules and procedures of the relevant forum. b. For the avoidance of doubt, disputes to be resolved in state court include,but are not limited to, the following: (i) disputes concerning whether expenditures qualify as Opioid Remediation; (ii) disputes between a Settling State and its Participating Subdivisions as provided by Section VI.D, except to the extent the State- Subdivision Agreement provides for other dispute resolution mechanisms. For the avoidance of doubt, disputes between a Settling State and any Participating Subdivision shall not be considered National Disputes; (iii) whether this Agreement and relevant Consent Judgment are binding under state law; 39 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 (iv) the extent of the Attorney General's or other participating entity's authority under state law, including the extent of the authority to release claims; (v) whether the definition of a Bar, a Case-Specific Resolution, Final Order, lead state agency as described in Section V.D.4.b, Later Litigating Subdivision, Litigating Subdivision, or Threshold Motion has been met; and (vi) all other disputes not specifically identified in Section VI.0 or Section VI.F.3. c. Any Party may request that the National Arbitration Panel provide an interpretation of any provision of the Agreement that is relevant to the state court determination, and the National Arbitration Panel shall make reasonable best efforts to supply such interpretation within the earlier of thirty (30) calendar days or the time period required by the state court proceedings. Any Party may submit that interpretation to the state court to the extent permitted by, and for such weight provided by, the state court's rules and procedures. If requested by a Party, the National Arbitration Panel shall request that its interpretation be accepted in the form of an amicus curiae brief, and any attorneys' fees and costs for preparing any such filing shall be paid for by the requesting Party. 3. National Disputes involving a Settling State, a Participating Subdivision that has enforcement rights pursuant to Section VI.A,and/or CVS (together,"Participating Parties") shall be resolved by the National Arbitration Panel. a. National Disputes are disputes that are not addressed by Section VI.C, and which are exceptions to Section VI.F.2's presumption of resolution in state courts because they involve issues of interpretation of terms contained in this Agreement applicable to all Settling States without reference to a particular State's law. Disputes between a Settling State and any Participating Subdivision shall not be considered National Disputes. National Disputes are limited to the following: (i) The amount of withholding attributable to Non-Settling States; (ii) issues involving the scope and definition of Product; (iii) interpretation and application of the terms"Alleged Harms," "Covered Conduct," "Released Entities," and"Released Claims"; (iv) the failure by CVS to pay the Annual Payment, the Additional Remediation Amount in a Payment Year, or the amounts due pursuant to Exhibit S and Exhibit T,but for the avoidance of doubt,disputes between CVS and a Settling State over the amounts owed only to that 40 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Settling State that do not affect any other Settling State shall not be considered National Disputes; (v) the interpretation and application of any most-favored- nation provision in Section XIII.E; (vi) questions regarding the performance and/or removal of the Settlement Fund Administrator; (vii) disputes involving liability of successor entities; (viii) disputes that require a determination of the sufficiency of participation in order to qualify for Incentive Payments A, B, C or D; (ix) disputes requiring the interpretation of Agreement terms that are national in scope or impact, which shall mean disputes requiring the interpretation of Agreement terms that(i)concretely affect four(4)or more Settling States; and(ii)do not turn on unique definitions and interpretations under state law; and (x) any dispute subject to resolution under Section VI.F.2 but for which all Participating Parties to the dispute agree to arbitration before the National Arbitration Panel under the provisions of this SectionVl.F.3. b. The National Arbitration Panel shall be comprised of three (3) arbitrators. One (1) arbitrator shall be chosen by CVS, one (1) arbitrator shall be chosen by the Enforcement Committee with due input from Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G, and the third arbitrator shall be agreed upon by the first two (2) arbitrators. The membership of the National Arbitration Panel is intended to remain constant throughout the term of this Agreement,but in the event that replacements are required, the retiring arbitrator shall be replaced by the party that selected him/her. c. The National Arbitration Panel shall make reasonable best efforts to decide all matters within one hundred eighty (180) calendar days of filing, and in no event shall it take longer than one (1)year. d. The National Arbitration Panel shall conduct all proceedings in a reasonably streamlined process consistent with an opportunity for the Participating Parties to be heard. Issues shall be resolved without the need for live witnesses where feasible,and with a presumption in favor of remote participation to minimize the burdens on the Participating Parties. e. To the extent allowed under state law, a Settling State, a Participating Subdivision that has enforcement rights pursuant to Section VI.A,and (at any Participating Party's request) the National Arbitration Panel may certify to an appropriate state court any question of state law. The National Arbitration Panel 41 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 shall be bound by a final state court determination of such a certified question. The time period for the arbitration shall be tolled during the course of the certification process. f. The arbitrators will give due deference to any authoritative interpretation of state law, including any declaratory judgment or similar relief obtained by a Settling State,a Participating Subdivision that has enforcement rights pursuant to Section VI.A, or CVS on a state law issue. g. The decisions of the National Arbitration Panel shall be binding on Settling States, Participating Subdivisions, CVS, and the Settlement Fund Administrator. In any proceeding before the National Arbitration Panel involving a dispute between a Settling State and CVS whose resolution could prejudice the rights of a Participating Subdivision(s) in that Settling State, such Participating Subdivision(s) shall be allowed to file a statement of view in the proceeding. h. Nothing herein shall be construed so as to limit or otherwise restrict a Settling State from seeking injunctive or other equitable relief in state court to protect the health, safety, or welfare of its citizens. i. Each Participating Party shall bear its own costs in any arbitration or court proceeding arising under this Section VI. The costs for the arbitrators on the National Arbitration Panel shall be divided and paid equally by the disputing sides for each individual dispute, e.g., a dispute between CVS and Settling States/Participating Subdivisions shall be split fifty percent(50%)by CVS and fifty percent (50%) by the Settling States/Participating Subdivisions that are parties to the dispute; a dispute between a Settling State and a Participating Subdivision shall be split fifty percent(50%)by the Settling State that is party to the dispute and fifty percent(50%)by any Participating Subdivisions that are parties to the dispute. 4. Prior to initiating an action to enforce pursuant to this Section VI.F, the complaining Participating Party must: a. Provide written notice to the Enforcement Committee of its complaint, including the provision of the Consent Judgment and/or Agreement that the practice appears to violate, as well as the basis for its interpretation of the disputed provision. The Enforcement Committee shall establish a reasonable process and timeline for obtaining additional information from the involved parties; provided, however, that the date the Enforcement Committee establishes for obtaining additional information from the Participating Parties shall not be more than forty-five (45) calendar days following the notice. The Enforcement Committee may advise the Participating Parties of its views on the complaint and/or seek to resolve the complaint informally. b. Wait to commence any enforcement action until thirty(30)calendar days after the date that the Enforcement Committee establishes for obtaining additional information from the Participating Parties. 42 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 5. If the Participating Parties to a dispute cannot agree on the proper forum for resolution of the dispute under the provisions of Section VI.F.2 or SectionVl.F.3, a committee comprising the Enforcement Committee and sufficient representatives of CVS, such that the members of the Enforcement Committee have a majority of one (1)member, will determine, within twenty-eight (28) calendar days of receiving notification of the dispute relating to the proper forum, the forum where the dispute will be initiated. The forum identified by such committee shall be the sole forum for resolving the issue of which forum will hear the substantive dispute, and the committee's identification of such forum in the first instance shall not be entitled to deference by the forum selected. G. No Effect. Nothing in this Agreement shall be interpreted to limit the Settling States' Civil Investigative Demand("CID")or investigative subpoena authority,to the extent such authority exists under applicable state law and the CID or investigative subpoena is issued pursuant to such authority, and CVS reserves all of its rights in connection with a CID or investigative subpoena issued pursuant to such authority. VII. Participation by Subdivisions A. Notice. Prior to the State Participation Date, the Parties shall agree on a vendor to serve as the Implementation Administrator and provide notice pursuant to this Section VII.A. No later than fifteen (15) calendar days after the Preliminary Agreement Date, the Implementation Administrator shall send individual written notice (which may be delivered via e-mail or other electronic means) of the opportunity to participate in this Agreement and the requirements of participation to all Subdivisions in the Settling States that are (1) Litigating Subdivisions or (2) Non-Litigating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G. To the extent a Special District is entitled to an allocation for a direct payment through its inclusion in Exhibit G pursuant to a State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution, the Implementation Administrator, with the cooperation of the Settling States shall also send individual written notice (which may be delivered via e-mail or other electronic means) of the opportunity to participate in this Agreement and the requirements of participation to such Special Districts. Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, the version of Exhibit G used for notice shall be the one in place as of the State Participation Date. Notice (which may be delivered via e-mail or other electronic means) shall also be provided simultaneously to counsel of record for Litigating Subdivisions and known counsel for Non-Litigating Subdivisions and Special Districts listed on Exhibit G. The Settling States also may provide general notice reasonably calculated to alert Non-Litigating Subdivisions in the Settling States to this Agreement, the opportunity to participate in it, and the requirements for participation. Such Notice may include publication and other standard forms of notification, as well as notice to national state and county organizations such as the National Association of Counties and the National League of Cities. All notice provided under this subsection will include that the deadline for becoming a Participating Subdivision is the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. Nothing contained herein shall preclude a Settling State from providing further notice to or otherwise contacting any of its Subdivisions about becoming a Participating Subdivision, including beginning any of the activities described in this paragraph prior to the Preliminary Agreement Date. 43 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 B. Requirements for Becoming a Participating Subdivision—Non-Litigating Subdivisions. A Non-Litigating Subdivision in a Settling State may become a Participating Subdivision by returning an executed Subdivision Participation Agreement to the Implementation Administrator or Settlement Fund Administrator(which may be executed and returned by electronic means established by the Implementation Administrator or Settlement Fund Administrator)specifying (1)that the Subdivision agrees to the terms of this Agreement pertaining to Subdivisions, (2) that the Subdivision releases all Released Claims against all Released Entities, (3)that the Subdivision agrees to use monies it receives, if any, from the Settlement Fund pursuant to the applicable requirements of Section V; provided, however, that Non-Litigating Subdivisions may only use monies originating from the Settlement Fund for purposes that qualify as Opioid Remediation, and (4) that the Subdivision submits to the jurisdiction of the court where the applicable Consent Judgment is filed for purposes limited to that court's role under this Agreement. The required Subdivision Participation Agreement is attached as Exhibit K. C. Requirements for Becoming a Participating Subdivision—Litigating Subdivisions/Later Litigating Subdivisions. A Litigating Subdivision or Later Litigating Subdivision in a Settling State may become a Participating Subdivision by returning an executed Subdivision Participation Agreement to the Implementation Administrator or Settlement Fund Administrator (which may be executed and returned by electronic means established by the Implementation Administrator or Settlement Fund Administrator) and upon prompt dismissal with prejudice of its lawsuit following the Reference Date or the date on which the conditions for effectiveness in Section VIII.0 have been met, whichever is later. Following its execution of a Subdivision Participation Agreement, a Litigating Subdivision shall take reasonable steps to immediately cease all litigation activity against the Released Entities, where feasible, or to minimize such activity by means of agreed deadline extensions and agreed postponement of depositions, document productions, and motion practice, unless the Litigating Subdivision reasonably concludes that it would be prejudiced by doing so. A Settling State may require each Litigating Subdivision in that State to specify on the Subdivision Participation Agreement whether its counsel has waived any contingency fee contract with that Participating Subdivision and whether, if eligible, it intends to seek fees pursuant to Exhibit R. The Settlement Fund Administrator shall provide quarterly reports of this information to the parties organized by Settling State. A Litigating Subdivision or Later Litigating Subdivision may not become a Participating Subdivision after the completion of opening statements in a trial of the lawsuit it brought that includes a Released Claim against a Released Entity. For avoidance of doubt, where a subdivision official other than a General-Purpose Government has filed a lawsuit that includes a Released Claim against a Released Entity in a direct,parens patriae, or any other capacity, that Subdivision may become a Participating Subdivision only if, in addition to the other requirements of this Section VII.C, the lawsuit filed by the subdivision official has also been dismissed with prejudice. D. Initial Participating Subdivisions. A Subdivision qualifies as an Initial Participating Subdivision if it meets the applicable requirements for becoming a Participating Subdivision set forth in Section VII.B or Section VII.0 by the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. All Subdivision Participation Agreements returned to the Implementation Administrator shall be held in escrow by the Implementation Administrator until the Reference Date. Subdivision Participation Agreements returned to the Implementation Administrator shall not be withdrawn 44 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 unless notice of the withdrawal is provided to the Implementation Administrator within eighteen (18) days after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. If, for any reason, the Agreement does not become effective, all obligations created by such forms and releases in them shall be void ab initio and all Subdivision Participation Agreements shall be returned to Counsel for Litigating Subdivisions or to the Subdivisions not represented by counsel or destroyed to the extent that such destruction is not prohibited by then existing document preservation obligations. E. Later Participating Subdivisions. A Subdivision in a Settling State that is not an Initial Participating Subdivision may become a Later Participating Subdivision by meeting the applicable requirements for becoming a Participating Subdivision set forth in Section VII.B or Section VII.0 after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date and by agreeing to be subject to the terms of a State-Subdivision Agreement (if any) or any other structure adopted or applicable pursuant to Section V.D or Section V.E. The following provisions govern what a Later Participating Subdivision can receive (but do not apply to Initial Participating Subdivisions): 1. A Later Participating Subdivision shall not receive any share of any Annual Payment due before it became a Participating Subdivision. 2. A Subdivision that becomes a Later Participating Subdivision after November 30, 2023 shall receive seventy-five percent(75%) of the share of future base or incentive payments that it would have received had it become a Later Participating Subdivision prior to that date (unless the Later Participating Subdivision is subject to Section VII.E.3 or Section VII.E.4). 3. A Later Participating Subdivision that, after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, maintains a lawsuit for a Released Claim(s) against a Released Entity and has judgment entered against it on every such Claim before it became a Participating Subdivision (other than a consensual dismissal with prejudice) is not eligible to become a Participation Subdivision. 4. A Subdivision that becomes a Later Participating Subdivision while a Bar or Case-Specific Resolution involving a different Subdivision exists in its State shall receive twenty-five percent (25%) of the share of future base or incentive payments that it would have received had it become a Later Participating Subdivision without such Bar or Case-Specific Resolution. F. No Increase in Payments. Amounts to be received by Later Participating Subdivisions shall not increase the payments due from CVS. G. Ineligible Subdivisions. Subdivisions in Non-Settling States and Prior Litigating Subdivisions are not eligible to be Participating Subdivisions. H. Non-Participating Subdivisions. Non-Participating Subdivisions shall not directly receive any portion of any Annual Payment, including from the State Fund and direct distributions from the Remediation Accounts Fund;however, a Settling State may choose to fund future Opioid Remediation that indirectly benefits Non-Participating Subdivisions. 45 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 I. Unpaid Allocations to Later Participating Subdivisions and Non-Participating Subdivisions. Any base payments and incentive payments allocated pursuant to Section V.D to a Later Participating Subdivision or Non-Participating Subdivision that cannot be paid pursuant to this Section VII,including the amounts that remain unpaid after the reductions required by Section VII.E.2 through Section VII.E.4, will be allocated to the Remediation Accounts Fund for the Settling State in which the Non-Participating Subdivision is located, unless those payments are redirected elsewhere by a State-Subdivision Agreement or by a Statutory Trust. VIII. Condition to Effectiveness of Agreement and Filing of Consent Judgment A. Distribution of Subdivision Participation Agreements. No later than three (3) calendar days after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, the Implementation Administrator shall report to the Settling States and CVS on which Subdivisions in the Settling States have and have not executed Subdivision Participation Agreements and shall provide notice under Section XIII.Q of any withdrawals of Subdivision Participation Agreements within one (1) business day of the withdrawal. The Settling States and CVS each shall have online access to the Subdivision Participation Agreements for the purpose of auditing the Implementation Administrator's reports but may not maintain copies. CVS shall pay up to and no more than $1.5 million of the Implementation Administrator's fees and costs, including advancing such fees and costs prior to the Effective Date. If this Agreement becomes effective, then CVS may deduct from its Annual Payment for Payment Year 2 any amount in excess of$1.5 million it paid for the Implementation Administrator's fees and costs. B. Determination to Proceed with Settlement Settling States. Following the Initial Subdivision Participation Date,the Settling States on the Enforcement Committee shall determine whether to proceed with the Agreement. No later than fifteen (15) calendar days prior to the Reference Date, the Settling States shall provide notice to CVS and the Enforcement Committee of their decision. If the Settling States elect not to proceed, this Agreement will have no further effect, and all releases (including those contained in Subdivision Participation Agreements) and other commitments or obligations contained herein or in Subdivision Settlement Participation Forms will be void. C. Determination to Proceed with Settlement—CVS. If the Settling States elect to proceed, CVS shall then determine whether to proceed with the Agreement. This determination shall be in CVS's sole discretion and may be based on any criteria or factors it deems relevant. CVS shall provide notice to the Settling States and the Enforcement Committee of its decision no later than the Reference Date. If CVS elects to proceed with the Agreement, the Parties will proceed to file the Consent Judgments, and the obligations in the State Participation Forms and the Subdivision Participation Agreements will become effective as of the Reference Date. If CVS elects not to proceed, this Agreement will have no further effect, and all releases (including those contained in Subdivision Participation Agreements) and other commitments or obligations contained herein or in Subdivision Participation Agreements will be void. IX. Additional Remediation A. Additional Remediation Amount. Subject to and without exceeding the maximum payment amounts set forth in the "Additional Remediation Amount" column of Exhibit M-3 and 46 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 subject to the reduction specified in Section IX.B, CVS shall pay an Additional Remediation Amount to the Settling States listed in Exhibit N. Such funds shall be paid, on the schedule set forth in Exhibit M-3, on the Payment Date for each relevant Payment Year to such Settling States as allocated by the Settlement Fund Administrator pursuant to Exhibit N. B. Reduction of Additional Remediation Amount. The amounts owed by CVS pursuant to this Section IX shall be reduced by the allocations set forth on Exhibit N for Non- Settling States. C. For the avoidance of doubt, (1) a Settling State that retained outside counsel in connection with opioid investigations that receives an Additional Remediation Amount because the Settling State was not otherwise eligible to receive funds from the State Outside Counsel Fee Fund may choose to have the Additional Remediation Amount designated to pay the Settling State's outside counsel, and may instruct the Settlement Fund Administrator to pay those funds directly to the Settling State's outside counsel, and (2) Additional Remediation Amount funds, including funds designated by a Settling State to pay its outside counsel under this paragraph, shall not be subject to allocation as provided in Section V.0 through Section V.E. X. Plaintiffs' Attorneys' Fees and Costs The Agreement on Attorneys' Fees, Expenses and Costs is set forth in Exhibit R and incorporated herein by reference. CVS shall pay subdivision attorneys' fees and costs into the Subdivision Attorney's Fee and Subdivision Cost and Expense Fund as set forth in Exhibit R and Exhibit M-3. The Agreement on the State Outside Counsel Fee Fund and Agreement on the Joint State Cost Fund are set forth in Exhibit S and Exhibit T, respectively, and are incorporated herein by reference. Attorneys' fees, expenses and costs shall not exceed the maximum annual and total amounts set forth in the relevant columns of Exhibits M-1 and M-3 and shall be subject to reduction as set forth in Exhibit R, Exhibit S, and Exhibit T. XI. Release A. Scope. As of the Effective Date, the Released Entities are hereby released and forever discharged from all of the Releasors' Released Claims. Each Settling State (for itself and its Releasors) and Participating Subdivision (for itself and its Releasors) hereby absolutely, unconditionally, and irrevocably covenants not to bring, file, or claim; or to cause, assist in bringing or permit to be brought, filed, or claimed; or to otherwise seek to establish liability for any Released Claim against any Released Entity in any forum whatsoever. The releases provided for in this Agreement are broad, shall be interpreted so as to give the Released Entities the broadest possible bar against any liability relating in any way to any Released Claim, and extend to the full extent of the power of each Settling State and its Attorney General to release claims. This Agreement shall be a complete bar to any Released Claim. B. Claim-Over and Non-Party Settlement. 1. It is the intent of the Parties that: 47 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 a. Released Entities should not seek contribution or indemnification (other than pursuant to an insurance contract), from other parties for their payment obligations under this Agreement; b. the payments made under this Agreement shall be the sole payments made by the Released Entities to the Releasors involving, arising out of, or related to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct (or conduct that would be Covered Conduct if engaged in by a Released Entity); c. Claims by Releasors against non-Parties shall not result in additional payments by Released Entities, whether through contribution, indemnification or any other means; and d. the Agreement meets the requirements of the Uniform Contribution Among Joint Tortfeasors Act and any similar state law or doctrine that reduces or discharges a released party's liability to any other parties. The provisions of this Section XI.B are to be implemented consistent with these principles. This Agreement and the releases and dismissals provided for herein are made in good faith. 2. No Released Entity shall seek to recover for amounts paid under this Agreement based on indemnification, contribution, or any other theory from a manufacturer, pharmacy, hospital, pharmacy benefit manager, health insurer, third-party vendor, trade association, distributor, or health care practitioner;provided that a Released Entity shall be relieved of this prohibition with respect to any entity that asserts a Claim- Over against it. For the avoidance of doubt,nothing herein shall prohibit a Released Entity from recovering amounts owed pursuant to insurance contracts. 3. If any Releasor enters into a Non-Party Settlement on or after the Effective Date, including in any bankruptcy case or through any plan of reorganization (whether individually or as a class of creditors), the Releasor will include (or in the case of a Non- Party Settlement made in connection with a bankruptcy case, will cause the debtor to include), unless prohibited from doing so under applicable law, in the Non-Party Settlement a prohibition on contribution or indemnity of any kind substantially equivalent to that required from CVS in Section XI.B.2, or a release from such Non-Released Entity in favor of the Released Entities (in a form equivalent to the releases contained in this Agreement) of any Claim-Over. The obligation to obtain the prohibition and/or release required by this subsection is a material term of this Agreement. 4. If any Releasor obtains a judgment with respect to a Non-Party Covered Conduct Claim against a Non-Released Entity that does not contain the prohibition described in Section XI.B.3, or any Releasor files a Non-Party Covered Conduct Claim against a Non-Released Entity in bankruptcy or a Releasor is prevented for any reason from obtaining a prohibition/release in a Non-Party Settlement as provided in Section XI.B.3, and such Non-Released Entity asserts a Claim-Over against a Released Entity,the Released Entity shall be relieved of the prohibition in Section XI.B.2 with respect to that Non- Released Entity and that Releasor and CVS shall take the following actions to ensure that 48 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 the Released Entities do not pay more with respect to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct to Releasors or to Non-Released Entities than the amounts owed under this Agreement by CVS: a. CVS shall notify that Releasor of the Claim-Over within sixty (60) calendar days of the assertion of the Claim-Over or sixty (60) calendar days of the Effective Date of this Agreement, whichever is later; b. CVS and that Releasor shall meet and confer concerning the means to hold Released Entities harmless and ensure that they are not required to pay more with respect to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct than the amounts owed by CVS under this Agreement; c. That Releasor and CVS shall take steps sufficient and permissible under the law of the State of the Releasor to hold Released Entities harmless from the Claim-Over and ensure Released Entities are not required to pay more with respect to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct than the amounts owed by CVS under this Agreement. Such steps may include, where permissible: (i) Filing of motions to dismiss or such other appropriate motion by CVS or Released Entities, and supported by Releasors, in response to any claim filed in litigation or arbitration; (ii) Reduction of that Releasors' Claim and any judgment it has obtained or may obtain against such Non-Released Entity by whatever amount is necessary to extinguish such Claim-Over under applicable law, up to the amount that Releasor has obtained,may obtain, or has authority to control from such Non-Released Entity; (iii) Placement into escrow of funds paid by the Non-Released Entities such that those funds are available to satisfy the Claim-Over; (iv) Return of monies paid by CVS to that Releasor under this Agreement to permit satisfaction of a judgment against or settlement with the Non-Released Entity to satisfy the Claim-Over; (v) Payment of monies to CVS by that Releasor to ensure CVS is held harmless from such Claim-Over,up to the amount that Releasor has obtained, may obtain, or has authority to control from such Non-Released Entity; (vi) Credit to CVS under this Agreement to reduce the overall amounts to be paid under the Agreement such that it is held harmless from the Claim-Over; and (vii) Such other actions as that Releasor and CVS may devise to hold CVS harmless from the Claim-Over. 49 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 d. The actions of that Releasor and CVS taken pursuant to clause (c) above must, in combination, ensure CVS is not required to pay more with respect to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct than the amounts owed by CVS under this Agreement. e. In the event of any dispute over the sufficiency of the actions taken pursuant to clause (c) above, Releasor and CVS may seek review by the National Arbitration Panel, or, upon consent of the parties to the dispute, by the state court where the relevant Consent Judgment was filed. The National Arbitration Panel shall have authority to order a remedy, including one or more of the actions specified in clause (c), sufficient to hold Released Entities fully harmless. In the event that the Panel's actions do not result in Released Entities being held fully harmless, CVS shall have a claim for breach of this Agreement by Releasors, with the remedy being payment of sufficient funds to hold CVS harmless from the Claim-Over. For the avoidance of doubt, the prior sentence does not limit or eliminate any other remedy that CVS may have. 5. To the extent that the Claim-Over is based on a contractual indemnity, the obligations under Section XI.B.4 shall extend solely to a Non-Party Covered Conduct Claim against a pharmacy, distributor, clinic, hospital or other purchaser or dispenser of Products, a manufacturer that sold Products, a consultant, and/or a pharmacy benefit manager or other third-party payor. CVS shall notify the Settling States, to the extent permitted by applicable law, in the event that any of these types of Non-Released Entity asserts a Claim-Over arising out of contractual indemnity against it. C. Indemnification and Contribution Prohibited. No Released Entity shall seek to recover for amounts paid under this Agreement based on indemnification, contribution, or any other theory, from a manufacturer,pharmacy,hospital,pharmacy benefit manager, health insurer, third-party vendor, trade association, distributor, or health care practitioner; provided that a Released Entity shall be relieved of this prohibition with respect to any entity that asserts a Claim- Over against it. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing herein shall prohibit a Released Entity from recovering amounts owed pursuant to insurance contracts. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing herein shall prohibit a Released Entity from recovering amounts owed pursuant to insurance contracts. D. General Release. In connection with the releases provided for in this Agreement, each Settling State (for itself and its Releasors) and Participating Subdivision (for itself and its Releasors) expressly waives, releases, and forever discharges any and all provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by any law of any State or territory of the United States or other jurisdiction, or principle of common law, which is similar, comparable, or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code, which reads: General Release; extent. A general release does not extend to claims that the creditor or releasing party does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release and 50 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 that if known by him or her, would have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor or released party. A Releasor may hereafter discover facts other than or different from those which it knows, believes, or assumes to be true with respect to the Released Claims, but each Settling State (for itself and its Releasors)and Participating Subdivision(for itself and its Releasors)hereby expressly waives and fully, finally,and forever settles,releases and discharges,upon the Effective Date, any and all Released Claims that may exist as of such date even if Releasors do not know or suspect such claims to exist, whether through ignorance, oversight, error, negligence or through no fault whatsoever, and even if knowledge of the existence of such claims would materially affect the Settling States' decision to enter into this Agreement or the Participating Subdivisions' decision to participate in this Agreement. E. Assigned Interest Waiver. To the extent that any Settling State has any direct or indirect interest in any rights of a third-party that is a debtor under the Bankruptcy Code as a result of a claim arising out of Covered Conduct or Alleged Harms by way of assignment or otherwise, including as a result of being the beneficiary of a trust or other distribution entity, to assert claims against CVS (whether derivatively or otherwise), under any legal or equitable theory, including for indemnification, contribution, or subrogation, such Settling State waives the right to assert any such claim, or to receive a distribution or any benefit on account of such claim and such claim, distribution, or benefit shall be deemed assigned to CVS. F. Res Judicata. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to reduce the scope of the res judicata or claim preclusive effect that the settlement memorialized in this Agreement, and/or any Consent Judgment or other judgment entered on this Agreement, gives rise to under applicable law. G. Representation and Warranty. The signatories hereto on behalf of their respective Settling States expressly represent and warrant that they have(or will obtain no later than the Initial Subdivision Participation Date) the authority to settle and release, to the maximum extent of the State's power, all Released Claims of(1) their respective Settling States, (2) all past and present executive departments, state agencies, divisions, boards, commissions and instrumentalities with the regulatory authority to enforce state and federal controlled substances acts, and(3)any of their respective Settling State's past and present executive departments, agencies, divisions, boards, commissions and instrumentalities that have the authority to bring Claims related to Alleged Harms and/or Covered Conduct seeking money (including abatement and/or remediation) or revocation of a pharmaceutical distribution or dispensing license. For the purposes of clause (3) above, executive departments, agencies, divisions,boards, commissions, and instrumentalities are those that are under the executive authority or direct control of the State's Governor. Also for the purposes of clause(3), a release from a State's Governor,to be materially similar to that in Exhibit X, is sufficient to demonstrate that the appropriate releases have been obtained. H. Effectiveness. The releases set forth in this Agreement shall not be impacted in any way by any dispute that exists, has existed, or may later exist between or among the Releasors. Nor shall such releases be impacted in any way by any current or future law,regulation,ordinance, or court or agency order limiting, seizing, or controlling the distribution or use of the Settlement 51 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Fund or any portion thereof, or by the enactment of future laws,or by any seizure of the Settlement Fund or any portion thereof. I. Cooperation. Settling States will meet and confer with CVS and simultaneously make reasonable efforts to resolve any action filed by a Subdivision involving any Covered Conduct, Alleged Harms, or a Product that remains pending against CVS after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. Releasors (i) will not encourage any person or entity to bring or maintain any Released Claim against any Released Entity and (ii) will reasonably cooperate with and not oppose any effort by a Released Entity to secure the prompt dismissal of any and all Released Claims. J. Non-Released Claims. Notwithstanding the foregoing or anything in the definition of Released Claims,this Agreement does not waive,release or limit any criminal liability, Claims for liability under tax law, Claims under securities law by a State Releasor as investor, Claims against parties who are not Released Entities,Claims by private individuals,and any claims arising under this Agreement for enforcement of this Agreement. Nothing in this Agreement precludes the Released Entities from asserting, in an action arising from or relating to Claims by private individuals, any defense or argument based on this Agreement that is available under applicable law. XII. Later Litigating Subdivisions; Non-Settling States A. Released Claims against Released Entities. If a Later Litigating Subdivision in a Settling State maintains a lawsuit for a Released Claim against a Released Entity after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, the Released Entity shall take ordinary and reasonable measures to defend the action, including filing a Threshold Motion with respect to the Released Claim. The Released Entity shall further notify the Settling State and Settlement Fund Administrator immediately upon notice of a Later Litigating Subdivision bringing a lawsuit for a Released Claim and shall not oppose a Settling State's submission in support of the Threshold Motion. CVS shall give the relevant Settling State a reasonable opportunity to extinguish the Released Claims without any payment or any other obligations being imposed upon any Released Entities (apart from the Global Settlement Amount payable by CVS under the Agreement or the Injunctive Relief Tereus incurred by it). The relevant Settling State and CVS shall confer and use reasonable efforts to promptly resolve the lawsuit so that it is dismissed with prejudice. Nothing in this subsection creates an obligation for a Settling State to make a monetary payment or incur any other obligation to an entity filing a lawsuit. B. Non-Settling States. Non-Settling States shall not be eligible for any payments or have any rights in connection with this Agreement. C. Settlement Class Resolution Opt Outs. If a Settling State is eligible for Incentive Payment A on the basis of a Settlement Class Resolution, and a Primary Subdivision that opted out of the Settlement Class Resolution maintains a lawsuit asserting a Released Claim against a Released Entity,the following shall apply. The Released Entity shall take ordinary and reasonable measures to defend the action, including filing a Threshold Motion with respect to the Released Claim. The Settling State shall seek to obtain either dismissal of the lawsuit in cooperation with CVS, or a release of the Primary Subdivision's claims. If the lawsuit asserting a Released Claim 52 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 either survives a Threshold Motion or has an unresolved Threshold Motion fewer than sixty (60) calendar days prior to the scheduled start of a trial involving a Released Claim, and is resolved with finality on terms requiring payment by the Released Entity, CVS shall receive a dollar-for- dollar offset for the amount paid against its obligation to make remaining Incentive Payment A payments that would be apportioned to that Settling State and to its Subdivisions. D. Revoked Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution. If CVS made any Annual Payments that included any incentive payments earned as a result of the existence of a Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution in a Settling State, and there is subsequently a Revocation Event with respect to that Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution after the determination of the amount of such Annual Payment, that Settling State shall seek to obtain a release of the claims impacted by the Revocation Event, including but not limited to defending the legality of the Bar, obtaining a dismissal of the claims made against the Released Entity, and obtaining releases from impacted Subdivisions. If the Settling State is unable to defend the legality of the bar and/or obtain releases form all impacted Subdivisions, then CVS shall receive a dollar-for-dollar offset against the portion of remaining Annual Payments that would be allocated to that Settling State and its Participating Subdivisions. This offset will be calculated as the dollar amount difference between (1) the total amount of incentive payments paid by CVS by virtue of the Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case- Specific Resolution subject to the Revocation Event and(2)the total amount of incentive payments that would have been due from CVS during that time had the Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution subject to the Revocation Event not been in effect. The amount of incentive payments that would have been due, referenced in clause (2) above, will be calculated one hundred eighty(180)calendar days after the Revocation Event; for purposes of calculating the amount of incentive payments that would have been due, any relevant Subdivision shall be included as a Participating Subdivision if: (1) its Released Claims are extinguished by any subsequent Bar, Settlement Class Resolution, or Case-Specific Resolution in effect as of the date of such calculation, or (2) it becomes a Participating Subdivision (in addition to all other Participating Subdivisions)prior to the date of such calculation. E. Certain Taxes. Amounts paid by CVS under an Opioid Tax in a Settling State in a Payment Year shall give rise to a dollar-for-dollar offset against CVS's obligation to pay its share of the Annual Payment in that Payment Year that would be allocated to the taxing Settling State or its Participating Subdivisions. If such amounts paid exceed CVS's allocable share of the Annual Payment allocable to the taxing Settling State or its Participating Subdivisions in that Payment Year, the excess shall carry forward as an offset against its allocable share of remaining Annual Payments that would be allocated to the taxing Settling State or its Participating Subdivisions. CVS represents that as of December 2, 2022, there is no Opioid Tax currently in effect in any Eligible State that would give rise to this offset provision. XIII. Miscellaneous A. Population of General-Purpose Governments. The population figures for General- Purpose Governments shall be the published U.S. Census Bureau's population estimates for July 53 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1, 2019, released May 2020. These population figures shall remain unchanged during the term of this Agreement.13 B. Population of Special Districts. For any purpose in this Agreement in which the population of a Special District is used other than Section IV.H.6.d and Section IV.H.9.d: (a) School Districts'populations will be measured by the number of students enrolled who are eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ("IDEA") or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; (b) Health Districts' and Hospital Districts' populations will be measured at twenty-five percent(25%)of discharges;and(c)all other Special Districts' (including fire districts' and library districts') populations will be measured at ten percent (10%) of the population served. For the avoidance of doubt, this means that California healthcare districts will be measured at ten percent (10%) of their membership. CVS and the Enforcement Committee shall meet and confer in order to agree on data sources for purposes of this Section XIII.B prior to the Preliminary Agreement Date. C. Population Associated with Sheriffs. For any purpose in this Agreement in which the population associated with a lawsuit by a sheriff is used, the population will be measured at twenty percent (20%) of the capacity of the jail(s) operated by the sheriff. D. No Admission. The Parties intend the settlement as described herein to be a final and complete resolution of all disputes between CVS and all Releasors. CVS is entering into this Agreement solely for the purposes of settlement, to resolve all Actions and Released Claims and thereby avoid significant expense, inconvenience and uncertainty. CVS denies the allegations in the Actions and denies any civil or criminal liability in the Actions.Nothing contained herein may be taken as or deemed to be an admission or concession by CVS of: (i) any violation of any law, regulation, or ordinance; (ii) any fault, liability, or wrongdoing; (iii) the strength or weakness of any Claim or defense or allegation made in any Action, or in any other past, present or future proceeding relating to any Covered Conduct, Alleged Harms, or any Product; (iv) the legal viability of the claims and theories in any Action, including but not limited to the legal viability of the relief sought; or (v) any other matter of fact or law. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed or used to prohibit any Released Entity from engaging in the conduct of its business relating to any Product in accordance with the Injunctive Relief Terms and applicable laws and regulations. E. Most-Favored-Nation Provision. 1. If, after the Effective Date, CVS enters into any settlement agreement with any Non-Settling State that resolves Claims similar in scope to the Claims released by a Settling State under this Agreement on overall payment terms that are more favorable to such Non-Settling State than the overall payment terms of the Agreement (after due consideration of relevant differences in population or other appropriate factors), then the Settling States may elect to seek review, pursuant to Section XIII.E.3, of the overall payment terms of this Agreement and the Non-Settling State agreement so that such 13 The estimates for counties and parishes were accessed at https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/time- series/demo/popest/2010s-countiestotal.html. The estimates for cities and towns can currently be found at https://www.census.gov/data/datasets/time-series/demo/popest/2010s-total-cities-and-towns.html. 54 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Settling State(s) may obtain, with respect to CVS, overall payment terms at least as favorable as those obtained by such Non-Settling State. "Overall payment terms"refers to consideration of all payment terms of the two agreements, taken together, including, but not limited to the amounts of payments, the timing of payments, and conditions or contingencies on payments. 2. For any settlement with a Non-Settling State involving Released Claims that is entered into after the Effective Date, CVS shall provide the Enforcement Committee with a copy of the settlement agreement or relevant consent judgment within thirty (30) calendar days of the consummation of such settlement. The Enforcement Committee will promptly distribute such copy to all Settling States. 3. In the event that one or more Settling State(s) believes that the overall payment terms of an agreement by CVS with a Non-Settling State are more favorable to the Non-Settling State, based on the totality of the considerations set forth in Section XIII.E.1, the Settling State(s) and CVS shall engage in the following process: a. The Settling State(s) shall provide notice, within sixty(60)calendar days of the date on which a settlement agreement or consent judgment is provided to the Enforcement Committee, to CVS of its (their) intent to seek revision of this Agreement to provide payment terms that are, on an overall basis, as favorable as those obtained by the Non-Settling State. To the extent allowed by law, such notice shall be confidential and not disclosed publicly and shall provide,in detail,the basis for the Settling State's (Settling States') belief that it (they) is (are) entitled to a revision of the Agreement. b. CVS shall, within thirty (30) calendar days, provide a response to the Settling State(s), explaining its position, in detail, as to whether the Settling State(s) is (are) entitled to more favorable overall payment terms than those provided for in this Agreement. c. In the event the Settling State(s) and CVS do not reach agreement as to the application of Section XIII.E.1, the Settling State(s) may petition the National Arbitration Panel to seek a ruling from the Panel as to the applicability of Section XIII.E.1, provided that the Settling State(s) may seek such review only if at least five (5) Settling States co-sign the petition. The Panel shall consider submissions and argument by the parties pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section VI.F.3. d. The Settling State(s) and CVS shall be bound by the determination of the National Arbitration Panel. 4. This Section XIII.E does not apply to, and there is no ability of any Settling State to seek or obtain revision of this Agreement based on, any Non-Settling State agreement with CVS that is entered into with: (a) a Non-Settling State after a date ninety (90) calendar days prior to the scheduled start date of a trial between CVS and the Non- Settling State or any severed or bifurcated portion thereof, provided that, where, in order 55 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 to complete a settlement, a Non-Settling State and CVS jointly request an adjournment of the scheduled start date of a trial within ninety (90) calendar days of that date, this exception will apply as if the trial date had not been adjourned; (b) a Non-Settling State that previously litigated to judgment a case related to opioids against any manufacturer, distributor, or pharmacy; or (c) a Non-Settling State that has obtained any court order or judicial determination that grants judgment (in whole or in part) against CVS. For avoidance of doubt, the National Arbitration Panel shall have no power to review agreements described in this paragraph. 5. This Section XIII.E does not apply to, and there is no ability of any Settling State to seek or obtain revision of this Agreement based on, (a) any agreement between CVS and Non-Participating Subdivisions, and (b) any global tribal settlement or any agreement between CVS and any federally-recognized tribe. 6. This Section XIII.E will not apply to any agreement entered into more than eighteen(18)months after the Effective Date. F. Tax Cooperation and Reporting. 1. Upon request by CVS, the Settling States and Participating Subdivisions agree to perform such further acts and to execute and deliver such further documents as may be reasonably necessary for CVS to establish the statements set forth in Section V.F to the satisfaction of their tax advisors, their independent financial auditors, the Internal Revenue Service, or any other governmental authority, including as contemplated by Treasury Regulations Section 1.162-21(b)(3)(ii) and any subsequently proposed or fmalized relevant regulations or administrative guidance. 2. Without limiting the generality of Section XIII.F.1, each Settling State and Participating Subdivision shall cooperate in good faith with CVS with respect to any tax claim, dispute, investigation, audit, examination, contest, litigation, or other proceeding relating to this Agreement. 3. The Designated State, on behalf of all Settling States and Participating Subdivisions, shall designate one of its officers or employees to act as the "appropriate official" within the meaning of Treasury Regulations Section 1.6050X-1(f)(1)(ii)(B) (the "Appropriate Official"). The Designated State shall direct and ensure that the Appropriate Official timely (a) files (i) at the time this Agreement becomes binding on the Parties, an IRS Form 1098-F in the form attached as Exhibit U with respect to CVS and(ii)any legally required returns or amended returns with any applicable governmental authority, or any returns requested by CVS,and(b)provides to CVS a copy of(i)the IRS Form 1098-F filed with respect to CVS and (ii) any legally required written statement pursuant to any applicable law and any other document referred to in clause (a)(ii) above. Any such form, return, or statement shall be prepared and filed in a manner fully consistent with Section V.F. 4. Any return, amended return, or written statement filed or provided pursuant to Section XIII.F.3, and any similar document, shall be prepared and filed in a manner 56 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 consistent with reporting the Global Settlement Amount as the "Total amount to be paid" pursuant to this Agreement in Box 1 of IRS Form 1098-F and the Total Remediation Amount as "Restitution/remediation amount" in Box 3 of IRS Form 1098-F, as reflected in the attached Exhibit U. If the Designated State or Appropriate Official shall be required to file any return,amended return,or written statement contemplated by this Section XIII.F other than an IRS Form 1098-F in the form attached as Exhibit U, the Designated State shall direct and ensure that the Appropriate Official provides to CVS a draft of such return, amended return, or written statement no later than sixty(60)calendar days prior to the due date thereof, and shall accept any reasonable revisions from CVS on the return, amended return, or written statement. 5. For the avoidance of doubt, neither CVS nor the Settling States and Participating Subdivisions make any warranty or representation to any Settling State, Participating Subdivision, or Releasor as to the tax consequences of the payment of the Total Remediation Amount(or any portion thereof). G. No Third-Party Beneficiaries. Except as expressly provided in this Agreement,no portion of this Agreement shall provide any rights to, or be enforceable by, any person or entity that is not a Settling State or Released Entity. No Settling State may assign or otherwise convey any right to enforce any provision of this Agreement. H. Calculation. Any figure or percentage referred to in this Agreement shall be carried to seven decimal places. I. Construction. None of the Parties and no Participating Subdivision shall be considered to be the drafter of this Agreement or of any of its provisions for the purpose of any statute, case law, or rule of interpretation or construction that would or might cause any provision to be construed against the drafter of this Agreement. The headings of the provisions of this Agreement are not binding and are for reference only and do not limit, expand, or otherwise affect the contents or meaning of this Agreement. J. Cooperation. Each Party and each Participating Subdivision agrees to use reasonable efforts and to cooperate with the other Parties and Participating Subdivisions to cause this Agreement and Consent Judgments to become effective, to obtain all necessary approvals, consents and authorizations, if any, and to execute all documents and to take such other action as may be appropriate in connection herewith. Consistent with the foregoing, each Party and each Participating Subdivision agrees that it will not directly or indirectly assist or encourage any challenge to this Agreement or any Consent Judgment by any other person, and will support the integrity and enforcement of the terms of this Agreement and the Consent Judgments. K. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including its exhibits and any other attachments, embodies the entire agreement and understanding between and among the Parties and Participating Subdivisions relating to the subject matter hereof and supersedes (1) all prior agreements and understandings relating to such subject matter, whether written or oral and(2) all purportedly contemporaneous oral agreements and understandings relating to such subject matter. 57 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 L. Execution. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts and by different signatories on separate counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which shall together be one and the same Agreement. One or more counterparts of this Agreement may be delivered by facsimile or electronic transmission with the intent that it or they shall constitute an original counterpart hereof One or more counterparts of this Agreement may be signed by electronic signature. M. Good Faith and Voluntary Entry. Each Party warrants and represents that it negotiated the terms of this Agreement in good faith. Each of the Parties and Participating Subdivisions warrants and represents that it freely and voluntarily entered into this Agreement without any degree of duress or compulsion. The Parties and Participating Subdivisions state that no promise of any kind or nature whatsoever(other than the written terms of this Agreement)was made to them to induce them to enter into this Agreement. N. Legal Obligations. Nothing in this Agreement shall relieve CVS of the obligation to comply with all state and federal laws,regulations or rules,nor does any provision herein permit any acts or practices prohibited by such laws, regulations, or rules. Except with respect to the Injunctive Relief Terms, in the event of a conflict between this Agreement and any requirement or requirements of federal, state, or local laws, such that CVS cannot comply with this Agreement without violating such a requirement or requirements, CVS shall document such conflicts and notify the Attorney(s) General of the relevant Settling State(s) that it intends to comply with the requirement or requirements to the extent necessary to eliminate the conflict. With respect to the Injunctive Relief Terms, in the event of such a conflict, the procedures set forth in the Injunctive Relief Terms will be followed. O. No Prevailing Party. The Parties and Participating Subdivisions each agree that they are not the prevailing party in this action,for purposes of any claim for fees,costs,or expenses as prevailing parties arising under common law or under the terms of any statute, because the Parties and Participating Subdivisions have reached a good faith settlement. The Parties and Participating Subdivisions each further waive any right to challenge or contest the validity of this Agreement on any ground, including, without limitation, that any term is unconstitutional or is preempted by,or in conflict with, any current or future law. Nothing in the previous sentence shall modify, or be construed to conflict with, Section XIII.N. P. Non Admissibility. Neither this Agreement nor any act performed or document executed pursuant to or in furtherance of this Agreement: (i) is or may be deemed to be or may be used as an admission or evidence relating to any matter of fact or law alleged in the Actions, the strength or weakness of any claim or defense or allegation made in those cases,or any wrongdoing, fault, or liability of any Released Entities; or (ii) is or may be deemed to be or may be used as an admission or evidence relating to any liability, fault or omission of Released Entities in any civil, criminal or administrative proceeding in any court, administrative agency or other tribunal.Neither this Agreement nor any act performed or document executed pursuant to or in furtherance of this Agreement shall be admissible in any proceeding for any purpose, except to enforce the terms of this Agreement, and except that Released Entities may file or use this Agreement in any action(1) involving a determination regarding insurance coverage; (2) involving a determination of the taxable income or tax liability of any Released Entities; (3) to support a defense or counterclaim 58 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 based on principles of res judicata, collateral estoppel, release, good-faith settlement, judgment bar or reduction or on any other theory of claim preclusion or issue preclusion or similar defense or counterclaim; (4) to support a claim for contribution and/or indemnification; or (5) to support any other argument or defense by a Released Entities that the Remediation Payment provides a measure of compensation for Alleged Harms or otherwise satisfy the relief sought. Q. Notices. All notices or other communications under this Agreement shall be in writing (including, but not limited to, electronic communications) and shall be given to the recipients indicated below: For the Attorney(s) General: Josh Stein, Attorney General North Carolina Department of Justice Attn: Daniel Mosteller, Deputy General Counsel PO Box 629 Raleigh,NC 27602 Dmosteller@ncdoj.gov Dave Yost, Attorney General Ohio Attorney's General Office Attn: Jonathan Blanton, First Assistant Attorney General 30 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 Jonathan.Blanton@OhioAGO.gov Letitia James, Attorney General New York State Office of the Attorney General Attn: Jennifer Levy, First Deputy Attorney General 28 Liberty Street New York, NY 10005 Jennifer.Levy@ag.ny.gov For the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee: Paul T. Farrell, Jr. Farrell &Fuller, LLP 270 Munoz Rivera Ave., Suite 201 San Juan, Puerto Rico 00918 paul@farrellfuller.com Jayne Conroy Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC 112 Madison Avenue, 7th Floor New York,NY 10016-7416 JConroy@simmonsfirm.com 59 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Joseph F. Rice Motley Rice LLC 28 Bridgeside Blvd. Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 jrice@motleyrice.com For CVS: Elizabeth Ferguson Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel CVS Health Corporation One CVS Drive Woonsocket, RI 02895 betsy.ferguson@cvshealth.com Notices to CVS's attorneys shall be delivered to: Eric Delinsky Zuckerman Spaeder LLP 1800 M Street,NW, Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20036-5807 edelinsky@zuckerman.com Perry Rowthorn Jepsen Rowthorn LLP PO Box 370496 West Hartford, CT 06137 perry@jeprow.com Any Party or the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee may change or add the contact information of the persons designated to receive notice on its behalf by notice given(effective upon the giving of such notice) as provided in this Section XIII.Q. R. No Waiver. The waiver of any rights conferred hereunder shall be effective only if made by written instrument executed by the waiving Party or Parties. The waiver by any Party of any breach of this Agreement shall not be deemed to be or construed as a waiver of any other breach, whether prior, subsequent, or contemporaneous, nor shall such waiver be deemed to be or construed as a waiver by any other Party. S. Severability. In the event any one or more immaterial provisions of this Agreement shall for any reason be held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect any other provision of this Agreement. T. Preservation of Privilege. Nothing contained in this Agreement or any Consent Judgment, and no act required to be performed pursuant to this Agreement or any Consent 60 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Judgment, is intended to constitute, cause, or effect any waiver (in whole or in part) of any attorney-client privilege, work product protection, or common interest/joint defense privilege, and each Party and Participating Subdivision agrees that it shall not make or cause to be made in any forum any assertion to the contrary. U. Successors. 1. This Agreement shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of, the Parties and their respective successors and assigns. 2. CVS shall not sell the majority of its voting stock or substantially all its assets without obtaining the acquiror's agreement that it will constitute a successor with respect to CVS's obligations under this Agreement. 3. CVS shall not in one (1)transaction, or a series of related transactions, sell, or transfer assets (other than sales or transfers of inventories, or sales or transfers to an entity owed directly or indirectly by CVS)having a fair market value equal to twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the consolidated assets of CVS where the sale or transfer transaction is announced after the Effective Date, is not for fair consideration, and would foreseeably and unreasonably jeopardize CVS's ability to make the payments under this Agreement that are due on or before the third Payment Date following the close of a sale or transfer transaction. The above restriction shall not apply if CVS obtains the acquiror's agreement that it will be either a guarantor of or successor to the percentage of CVS's remaining payment obligations under this Agreement equal to the percentage of CVS's consolidated assets being sold or transferred in such transaction. Percentages under this section shall be determined in accordance with the United States generally accepted accounting principles and as of the date of CVS's most recent publicly filed consolidated balance sheet prior to the date of entry into the sale or transfer agreement at issue. This Section XIII.U.3 shall be enforceable solely by the Enforcement Committee, and any objection under this Section XIII.U.3 not raised within twenty(20) calendar days from the date that CVS transmits notice of the transaction to the Enforcement Committee is waived. Any dispute under this Section XIII.U.3 shall be a National Dispute as described in Section VI.F.3 and must be raised exclusively with the National Arbitration Panel as described therein within twenty (20) calendar days of the announcement, and the sole remedy shall be an order enjoining the transaction. V. Waiver. CVS, for good and valuable consideration the receipt of which is acknowledged, hereby (a)waives, foregoes and relinquishes all rights to utilize and/or seek relief under any of the following laws of the State of Texas for the restructuring of its debts or liabilities related to Released Claims,Claims that would have been Released Claims if they had been brought by a Releasor against a Released Entity before the Effective Date, or this Agreement: Tex. Bus. Orgs. Code § 10.003 (Contents of Plan of Merger: More Than One Successor)or any other statute of Subchapter A of Chapter 10 of Tex. Bus. Orgs. Code to the extent such statute relates to multi- successor mergers (and/or any other similar laws or statutes in any other state or territory); Tex. Bus. Orgs. Code§§ 11.01-11.414(Winding Up and Termination of Domestic Entity);or Tex.Bus. &Com. Code §§ 23.01-23.33 (Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors) (collectively,the"Texas 61 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Statutes"), and(b) agrees, warrants and represents that it will not file, request or petition for relief under the Texas Statutes related to its debts or liabilities related to Released Claims, Claims that would have been Released Claims if they had been brought by a Releasor against a Released Entity before the Effective Date, or this Agreement, in each case until such time as all of CVS's payment obligations incurred hereunder are satisfied in full. The foregoing waiver and relinquishment includes, without limitation, until such time as all of CVS's payment obligations incurred hereunder are satisfied in full,CVS's rights to execute a divisional merger or equivalent transaction or restructuring related to its debts or liabilities related to Released Claims,Claims that would have been Released Claims if they had been brought by a Releasor against a Released Entity before the Effective Date, or this Agreement that in each case has the intent or foreseeable effect of (i) separating material assets from material liabilities and (ii) assigning or allocating all or a substantial portion of those liabilities to any subsidiary or affiliate that files for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, or pursuant to which such subsidiary or affiliate that files for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code would be assuming or retaining all or a substantial portion of those liabilities. W. Modification, Amendment, Alteration. In the event the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee, the Executive Committee of the State Attorneys General, or CVS concludes prior to January 18, 2023 that technical corrections are required to this Agreement, the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee, the Executive Committee of the State Attorneys General, and CVS shall meet and confer and make such amendments as they agree are appropriate. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, after the Reference Date, any modification, amendment, or alteration of this Agreement by the Parties shall be binding only if evidenced in writing signed by CVS, along with the signatures of at least two-thirds of the Settling States along with a representation from each such Settling State that either: (1)the Advisory Committee or similar entity established or recognized by that Settling State (either pursuant to Section V.E.2.d, by a State-Subdivision Agreement, or by statute) voted in favor of the modification, amendment or alteration of this Agreement including at least one member appointed by the Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G; or (2) in States without any Advisory Committee, that 50.1% (by population) of the Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G expressed approval of the modification,amendment, or alteration of this Agreement in a writing. X. Termination. 1. Unless otherwise agreed to by CVS and the Settling State in question, this Agreement or the Consent Judgment as to that Settling State and all of its terms (except Section XIII.P and any other non-admissibility provisions, which shall continue in full force and effect) shall be canceled and terminated with respect to the Settling State, and the Agreement and all orders issued by the courts in the Settling State pursuant to the Agreement shall become null and void and of no effect,only if one or more of the following conditions applies: a. a Consent Judgment approving this Agreement without modification of any of the Agreement's terms has not been entered as to the Settling State by a court of competent jurisdiction on or before one hundred eighty (180) days after the Effective Date; or 62 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 b. this Agreement has been disapproved by a court of competent jurisdiction to which it was presented for approval and/or entry (or, in the event of an appeal from or review of a decision of such a court to approve this Agreement and the Consent Judgment, by the court hearing such appeal or conducting such review), and the time to appeal from such disapproval has expired, or, in the event of an appeal from such disapproval, the appeal has been dismissed or the disapproval has been affirmed by the court of last resort to which such appeal has been taken and such dismissal or disapproval has become no longer subject to further appeal (including, without limitation, review by the United States Supreme Court). 2. If this Agreement is terminated with respect to a Settling State for whatever reason pursuant to Section XIII.X.1, then: a. an applicable statute of limitation or any similar time requirement (excluding any statute of repose) shall be tolled from the date the Settling State signed this Agreement until the later of the time permitted by applicable law or for one year from the date of such termination,with the effect that CVS and the Settling State in question shall be in the same position with respect to the statute of limitation as they were at the time the Settling State filed its action; and b. CVS and the Settling State in question shall jointly move the relevant court of competent jurisdiction for an order reinstating the actions and claims dismissed pursuant to the terms of this Agreement governing dismissal,with the effect that CVS and the Settling State in question shall be in the same position with respect to those actions and claims as they were at the time the action or claim was stayed or dismissed. 3. Unless CVS and the Enforcement Committee agree otherwise, this Agreement, with the exception of the Injunctive Relief Terms that have their own provisions on duration, shall terminate as to all Parties after the Payment Date for Payment Year 10,provided that CVS has performed its payment obligations under the Agreement as of that date. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Section XIII.X.3 or in this Agreement, all releases under this Agreement will remain effective in perpetuity. Y. Governing Law. Except (1) as otherwise provided in this Agreement or (2) as necessary, in the sole judgment of the National Arbitration Panel, to promote uniformity of interpretation for matters within the scope of the National Arbitration Panel's authority, this Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the respective laws of each Settling State, without regard to the conflict of law rules of such Settling State, that is seeking to enforce the Agreement against CVS or against which CVS is seeking enforcement. Notwithstanding any other provision in this subsection on governing law, any disputes relating to the Settlement Fund Escrow shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the law of the state where the escrow agent has its primary place of business. 63 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT A Alleged Harms The following expert reports that were served in connection with the case captioned In re: National Prescription Opiate Litigation, No. 1:17-md-2804 (N.D. Ohio), provide non-exclusive examples of Alleged Harms: 1. Expert reports of G. Caleb Alexander,M.D.,M.S., dated March 24,2019,April 16, 2021, and August 22, 2022; 2. Expert reports of David Cutler dated March 25, 2019, April 16, 2021, April 21, 2021, May 10, 2021, and August 22, 2022; 3. Expert report of David Herzberg, Ph.D., dated April 16, 2021; 4. Expert reports of Katherine M.Keyes,Ph.D.,dated March 25,2019,April 16,2021, June 2, 2021, and August 22, 2022; 5. Expert reports of Dr. Anna Lembke, M.D., dated March 25, 2019, April 16, 2021, and August 22, 2022; 6. Expert report of Nancy Young, Ph.D,M.S.W., dated March 25, 2019 and April 16, 2021; 7. Expert report of Harvey Rosen, dated April 16, 2021; and 8. Expert report of Professor Thomas McGuire dated March 25, 2019. A-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT B Enforcement Committee Organization Bylaws ARTICLE I These bylaws constitute the code of rules adopted by the Settling States and Participating Subdivisions for the creation of an Enforcement Committee(the"Committee")to exist and operate during the term of the Agreement in connection with CVS and shall control the regulation and management of the Committee's affairs. ARTICLE II Purpose The Committee is organized for the sole purpose of evaluating and taking such action as deemed reasonable,necessary, and appropriate by the members of the Committee on the matters delegated to the Committee under that certain Settlement Agreement between the Settling States and CVS dated December 9, 2022. ARTICLE III Members of the Committee (1) Number of Members The Committee will consist of sixteen (16) members (the "Members"). Upon majority resolution of the Committee, the number of Members may be increased or decreased from time to time,but in no event shall a decrease have the effect of decreasing the total number of Members to less than seven Members. (2) Initial Members The Committee initially will consist of ten (10) Settling State Members and six (6) Participating Subdivision Members; three (3) of the Participating Subdivisions shall be counties and three (3) shall be municipalities. The initial Settling State Members are representatives from: Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. The initial Participating Subdivision Members are: [0]. Until fifteen (15) months from the Effective Date contained in the Settlement Agreement, the Participating Subdivisions may designate their outside counsel to serve as their representative. After fifteen (15) months from the Effective Date, an employee or official of the Participating Subdivision must be the designated as the representative of the Participating Subdivision. (3) Term of Members The term of office for Members of the Committee will be until the end of the term of the Settlement Agreement unless and until a Member withdraws or resigns from the Committee. B-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 (4) Resignation Any Member may resign at any time by delivering written notice to the Chairperson of the Committee. Such resignation shall take effect upon receipt or,if later, at the time specified in the notice. (5) Removal (a) Any Member may be removed without cause, at any time, by a majority of the entire Committee, at a Regular or Special Meeting called for that purpose. Any Member under consideration of removal must first be notified about the consideration by written notice at least five days prior to the meeting at which the vote takes place. (b) In the event that any Member is not a Settling State or a Participating Subdivision or the Member subsequently becomes a Later Litigating Subdivision, the Member shall be removed immediately without notice or vote of the Committee. (6) Vacancies In the event of a vacancy, the Members of the same type (Settling State or Participating Subdivision) shall select another Settling State or Participating Subdivision to fill that Member's position. (7) Compensation Members shall not receive any salaries or other compensation for their services, but, by resolution of the Committee, may be reimbursed for any actual expenses incurred in the performance of their duties for the Committee, as long as a majority of disinterested Members approve the reimbursement. Any reimbursement shall be sought from the Settlement Fund Administrator. ARTICLE IV Conflicts of Interest and Code of Ethics If a Member, agent, or employee of the Committee has a conflict of interest, he or she may not participate in a vote, discussion, or decision about the matter. Each Member shall follow any applicable state or local law with respect to conflicts, gifts, and ethics. ARTICLE V Committee Meetings (1) Place of Meetings Meetings of the Committee will be held at any place that the Chairperson may designate, including by telephonic or electronic means. (2) Regular Meetings Regular meetings of the Committee shall be held as deemed necessary by the Chairperson or any three members. B-2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 (3) Notice of Meetings Written notice of the date, time,place and subject of each meeting must be provided to the Members at least 72 hours before the scheduled time of the meeting, except when there is an emergency or urgent public necessity. (4) Quorum A majority of the incumbent Members (not counting vacancies) shall constitute a quorum for the purposes of convening a meeting or conducting business. (5) Voting and Proxy When it is necessary to vote on any matter before the Committee, Members may vote by electronic means as provided in these Bylaws. Proxy voting is permitted. In order for a matter to pass, the matter must have a majority vote of Members present and must have at least one vote from a Settling State Member and a Participating Subdivision Member. In the event that there is a Quorum,but no Settling State or Participating Subdivision Member is present, then a matter may pass with a simple majority vote. (6) Minutes The Committee shall prepare and keep minutes. The minutes must state the subject of each deliberation and indicate each vote, order, decision, or other action taken. ARTICLE VI Officers (1) Roster of Officers The Committee shall have a Chairperson, a Vice Chairperson, and a Secretary. The Committee may have at its discretion, such other officers as may be appointed by the Members of the Committee. One person may hold two or more offices, except those serving as Chairperson. (2) Election and Removal of Officers All officers shall serve two-year terms. The election shall be conducted at the first meeting of the fiscal year. Officers shall remain in office until their successors have been selected. Officers may serve consecutive terms without limit. The election of officers shall be by majority vote of the Members of the Committee attending the meeting. (3) Vacancies If a vacancy occurs during the term of office for any elected officer, the Members of the Committee shall elect a new officer to fill the remainder of the term as soon as practical, by majority vote of Members present. (4) Chairperson The Chairperson will supervise and control the affairs of the Committee and shall exercise such supervisory powers as may be given him/her by the Members of the Committee. The Chairperson will perform all duties incident to such office and such other duties as may be provided in these bylaws or as may be prescribed from time to time by the Committee. The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings and shall exercise parliamentary control in accordance with Robert's Rules of Order. B-3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 (5) Vice Chairperson The Vice Chairperson shall act in place of the Chairperson in the event of the Chairperson's absence, inability, or refusal to act, and shall exercise and discharge such other duties as may be required by the Committee. The Vice Chairperson shall serve as the parliamentarian and interpret any ambiguities of the bylaws. (6) Secretary The Secretary will keep and maintain all records related to the Committee and take minutes of all meetings. (7) Records All elected officers and committee chairpersons shall relinquish their records to the Chairperson immediately upon the completion of their term of office or completion of a project. (8) Resignation An officer may resign the office while not resigning membership from the Committee, by submitting a letter to the Chairperson. Vacancies occurring in any office shall be appointed for the remainder of the term. ARTICLE VII Duties (1) Prior to the Effective Date The Committee shall be responsible for any additional negotiations with CVS, including, but not limited to, negotiating extensions of any periods created by the Settlement Agreement, except that any additional negotiations related to the Injunctive Relief Terms (Exhibit [.]) shall be handled by the States Injunctive Relief Committee in accordance with the terms of Exhibit [•]. (2) After the Effective Date The Committee shall establish procedures for the receipt of notices that a dispute exists concerning the Agreement and review of such disputes, pursuant to Section [0] of the Agreement. Members may engage with CVS, Settling States, and Participating Subdivisions attempting to resolve any dispute without further action by the Committee. The Committee may request additional information from CVS, Settling States, and Participating Subdivisions to the extent the Committee believes such information is necessary to understand, resolve, or provide advice related to a dispute. The Committee shall endeavor to provide advice relative to the dispute no later than 60 days after receipt of notice. ARTICLE VIII Rules of Procedure The proceedings and business of the Committee shall be governed by Robert's Rules of Order unless otherwise waived by the Committee. B-4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 ARTICLE IX Operations (1) Records The Committee will keep correct and complete records and will also keep minutes of the proceedings of the Committee meetings and Committees. The Committee will keep such records at its principal place of business at a place designated by the Chairperson. All elected officers and committee chairpersons shall relinquish their records to the Chairperson, immediately upon the completion of their term of office. (2) Inspection of Books and Records The minutes of a meeting are public records and shall be available for public inspection and copying on request to the Committee's Chairperson or the Chairperson's designee. (3) Amendments The bylaws may be amended at any time by a vote of a majority of Members present and must have at least one vote from a Settling State Member and a Participating Subdivision Member. In the event that there is a Quorum, but no Settling State or Participating Subdivision Member is present, then a matter may pass with a simple majority vote. B-5 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT C Litigating Subdivisions 1. Alabaster City, Alabama 41. Dora City, Alabama 2. Albertville City, Alabama 42. Double Springs Town, Alabama 3. Allred, Hal (Sheriff, Lamar County), 43. Douglas Town, Alabama Alabama 44. East Brewton City, Alabama 4. Arab City, Alabama 45. Elmore County, Alabama 5. Ashville City, Alabama 46. Enterprise City, Alabama 6. Athens City, Alabama 47. Fairhope City, Alabama 7. Atalla City, Alabama 48. Fayette City, Alabama 8. Auburn City, Alabama 49. Fayette County, Alabama 9. Baldwin County, Alabama 50. Florence City, Alabama 10. Bay Minette City, Alabama 51. Foley City, Alabama 11. Berry Town, Alabama 52. Fort Deposit Town, Alabama 12. Bessemer City, Alabama 53. Franklin County, Alabama 13. Bibb County, Alabama 54. Fultondale City, Alabama 14. Birmingham City, Alabama 55. Gadsden City, Alabama 15. Boaz City, Alabama 56. Gilbertown Town, Alabama 16. Brewton City, Alabama 57. Grant Town, Alabama 17. Bullock County, Alabama 58. Graysville City, Alabama 18. Butler Town, Alabama 59. Gulf Shores City, Alabama 19. Calera City, Alabama 60. Guntersville City, Alabama 20. Calhoun County, Alabama 61. Haleyville City, Alabama 21. Camp Hill Town, Alabama 62. Hartselle City, Alabama 22. Cedar Bluff Town, Alabama 63. Helena City, Alabama 23. Centre City, Alabama 64. Homewood City, Alabama 24. Centreville City, Alabama 65. Hoover City, Alabama 25. Cherokee County, Alabama 66. Hueytown City, Alabama 26. Cherokee Town, Alabama 67. Huntsville City, Alabama 27. Childersburg City, Alabama 68. Irondale City, Alabama 28. Chilton County, Alabama 69. Jackson County, Alabama 29. Clanton City, Alabama 70. Jacksonville City, Alabama 30. Coffee County, Alabama 71. Jasper City, Alabama 31. Colbert County, Alabama 72. Jefferson County, Alabama 32. Columbiana City, Alabama 73. Lamar County, Alabama 33. Conecuh County, Alabama 74. Lauderdale County, Alabama 34. Cullman City, Alabama 75. Lawrence County, Alabama 35. Cullman County, Alabama 76. Leesburg City, Alabama 36. Dadeville City, Alabama 77. Leighton Town, Alabama 37. Dallas County, Alabama 78. Lincoln City, Alabama 38. Daphne City, Alabama 79. Loxley Town, Alabama 39. Decatur City, Alabama 80. Madison County, Alabama 40. Demopolis City, Alabama 81. Marengo County, Alabama C-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 82. Marion County, Alabama 127. Trussville City, Alabama 83. Marshall County, Alabama 128. Tuscaloosa City, Alabama 84. Millbrook City, Alabama 129. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 85. Mobile City, Alabama 130. Tuscumbia City(AL) 86. Mobile County, Alabama 131. Union Springs City, Alabama 87. Moody City, Alabama 132. Vernon City, Alabama 88. Morgan County, Alabama 133. Vestavia Hills City, Alabama 89. Moulton City, Alabama 134. Walker County, Alabama 90. Mountain Brook City, Alabama 135. West Blocton Town, Alabama 91. Munford Town, Alabama 136. Wetumpkia City, Alabama 92. Northport City, Alabama 137. Wilcox County, Alabama 93. Oakman Town, Alabama 138. Winston County, Alabama 94. Opelika City, Alabama 139. Yerby, Byron (Sheriff Fayette 95. Opp City, Alabama County), Alabama 96. Orange Beach City, Alabama 140. Arizona Municipal Risk Retention 97. Ozark City, Alabama Pool, Arizona 98. Pelham City, Alabama 141. Cochise County, Arizona 99. Pettway, Mark(Sheriff Jefferson 142. Kingman City, Arizona County), Alabama 143. Maricopa County, Arizona 100. Phenix City, Alabama 144. Mohave County, Arizona 101. Pickens County, Alabama 145. Navajo County, Arizona 102. Piedmont City, Alabama 146. Phoenix City, Arizona 103. Pike County, Alabama 147. Yuma County, Arizona 104. Pleasant Grove City, Alabama 148. Alameda County, California 105. Prattville City, Alabama 149. Amador County, California 106. Prichard City, Alabama 150. Anaheim City, California 107. Ragland City, Alabama 151. Butte County, California 108. Rainbow City, Alabama 152. Calaveras County, California 109. Randolph County, Alabama 153. Chico City, California 110. Red Bay City, Alabama 154. Chula Vista City, California 111. Roanoke City, Alabama 155. Clearlake City, California 112. Russellville City, Alabama 156. Costa Mesa City, California 113. Saraland City, Alabama 157. Del Norte County, California 114. Semmes City, Alabama 158. Dublin City, California 115. Selma City, Alabama 159. El Dorado County, California 116. Sheffield City, Alabama 160. Encinitas City, California 117. Slocumb City, Alabama 161. Eureka City, California 118. Spanish Fort City, Alabama 162. Fresno County, California 119. Springville City, Alabama 163. Fullerton City, California 120. Sumiton City, Alabama 164. Humboldt County, California 121. Summerdale Town, Alabama 165. Huntington Beach City, California 122. Sylacauga City, Alabama 166. Imperial County, California 123. Talladega City, Alabama 167. Inyo County, California 124. Talladega County, Alabama 168. La Habra City, California 125. Thomasville City, Alabama 169. La Mesa City, California 126. Troy City, Alabama 170. Laguna Beach City, California C-2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 171. Lakeport City, California 216. Black Hawk City, Colorado 172. Lassen County, California 217. Boulder County, Colorado 173. Los Angeles City, California 218. Brighton City, Colorado 174. Los Angeles County, California 219. Broomfield City and County, 175. Madera County, California Colorado 176. Marin County, California 220. Commerce City, Colorado 177. Mariposa County, California 221. Denver City and County, Colorado 178. Mendocino County, California 222. Federal Heights City, Colorado 179. Merced County, California 223. Fremont County, Colorado 180. Modoc County, California 224. Greeley City, Colorado 181. Mono County, California 225. Hudson Town, Colorado 182. Monterey County, California 226. Jefferson County, Colorado 183. Murrieta City, California 227. Larimer County, Colorado 184. Napa County, California 228. Mesa County, Colorado 185. Nevada County, California 229. Northglenn City, Colorado 186. Oxnard City, California 230. Pueblo County, Colorado 187. Placentia City, California 231. Sheridan City, Colorado 188. Placer County, California 232. Teller County, Colorado 189. Plumas County, California 233. Thornton City, Colorado 190. Riverside County, California 234. Westminster City, Colorado 191. Sacramento City, California 235. Beacon Falls Town, Connecticut 192. Sacramento County, California 236. Berlin Town, Connecticut 193. San Bernardino County, California 237. Bethlehem Town, Connecticut 194. San Clemente City, California 238. Bridgeport City, Connecticut 195. San Diego County, California 239. Bristol City, Connecticut 196. San Jose City, California 240. Coventry Town, Connecticut 197. San Leandro Unified School District, 241. East Hartford Town, Connecticut California 242. Enfield Town, Connecticut 198. San Luis Obispo County, California 243. Fairfield Town, Connecticut 199. Santa Ana City, California 244. Middlebury Town, Connecticut 200. Santa Clara County, California 245. Middletown City, Connecticut 201. Santa Cruz County, California 246. Milford City, Connecticut 202. Shasta County, California 247. Monroe Town, Connecticut 203. Sonoma County, California 248. Naugatuck Town, Connecticut 204. Sutter County, California 249. New Milford Town, Connecticut 205. Tehama County, California 250. Newtown Town, Connecticut 206. Trinity County, California 251. North Haven Town, Connecticut 207. Tulare County, California 252. Norwich City, Connecticut 208. Tuolumne County, California 253. Oxford Town, Connecticut 209. Ventura County, California 254. Prospect Town, Connecticut 210. Westminster City, California 255. Roxbury Town, Connecticut 211. Yolo County, California 256. Seymour Town, Connecticut 212. Yuba County, California 257. Shelton City, Connecticut 213. Adams County, Colorado 258. Southbury Town, Connecticut 214. Arapahoe County, Colorado 259. Southington Town, Connecticut 215. Aurora City, Colorado 260. Stratford Town, Connecticut C-3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 261. Thomaston Town, Connecticut 303. Cobb County, Georgia 262. Tolland Town, Connecticut 304. Columbia County, Georgia 263. Torrington City, Connecticut 305. Columbus City, Georgia 264. Waterbury City, Connecticut 306. Cook County, Georgia 265. West Haven City, Connecticut 307. Crisp County, Georgia 266. Wethersfield Town, Connecticut 308. Dade County, Georgia 267. Windham Town, Connecticut 309. Damascus City, Georgia 268. Wolcott Town, Connecticut 310. Davis, David(Sheriff Bibb County), 269. Woodbury Town, Connecticut Georgia 270. Dover City, Delaware 311. Dawson County, Georgia 271. Kent County, Delaware 312. Decatur County, Georgia 272. Seaford City, Delaware 313. Deese, Terry (Sheriff Peach County), 273. Sussex County, Delaware Georgia 274. Albany City, Georgia 314. Dekalb County, Georgia 275. Appling County, Georgia 315. Dooly County, Georgia 276. Arlington City, Georgia 316. Dougherty County, Georgia 277. Athens-Clarke County, Georgia 317. Early County, Georgia 278. Atlanta City, Georgia 318. Effingham County, Georgia 279. Augusta-Richmond County 319. Elbert County, Georgia consolidated government, Georgia 320. Emanuel County, Georgia 280. Bainbridge City, Georgia 321. Evans County, Georgia 281. Banks County, Georgia 322. Fayette County, Georgia 282. Bartow County, Georgia 323. Fitzgerald City, Georgia 283. Ben Hill County, Georgia 324. Flood County, Georgia 284. Berry, Scott (Sheriff Oconee 325. Forsyth County, Georgia County), Georgia 326. Fulton County, Georgia 285. Blakely City, Georgia 327. Gainesville City, Georgia 286. Bohannon, Preston(Sheriff Jeff 328. Glascock County, Georgia Davis County), Georgia 329. Glynn County, Georgia 287. Brantley County, Georgia 330. Greene County, Georgia 288. Bulloch County, Georgia 331. Gwinnett County, Georgia 289. Burke County, Georgia 332. Habersham County, Georgia 290. Butts County, Georgia 333. Hall County, Georgia 291. Camden County, Georgia 334. Hancock County, Georgia 292. Candler County, Georgia 335. Hancock, H.W. (Sheriff Crisp 293. Carroll County, Georgia County), Georgia 294. Carter, John (Sheriff Wayne 336. Henry County, Georgia County), Georgia 337. Houston County, Georgia 295. Cartersville City, Georgia 338. Irwin County, Georgia 296. Catoosa County, Georgia 339. Jackson County, Georgia 297. Charlton County, Georgia 340. Jasper County, Georgia 298. Chattooga County, Georgia 341. Jeff Davis County, Georgia 299. Cherokee County, Georgia 342. Jefferson County, Georgia 300. Clay County, Georgia 343. Johnson County, Georgia 301. Clayton County, Georgia 344. Jones County, Georgia 302. Clinch County, Georgia C-4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 345. Jump, E. Neal (Sheriff Glynn 385. Talton, Cullen(Sheriff Houston County), Georgia County), Georgia 346. Langford, Gary (Sheriff Murray 386. Tattnall County, Georgia County), Georgia 387. Tifton City, Georgia 347. Laurens County, Georgia 388. Toombs County, Georgia 348. Lee County, Georgia 389. Towns County, Georgia 349. Liberty County, Georgia 390. Troup County, Georgia 350. Lincoln County, Georgia 391. Twiggs County, Georgia 351. Long County, Georgia 392. Union County, Georgia 352. Lowndes County, Georgia 393. Walton County, Georgia 353. Lumpkin County, Georgia 394. Warren County, Georgia 354. Macon County, Georgia 395. Washington County, Georgia 355. Macon-Bibb County, Georgia 396. Wayne County, Georgia 356. Madison County, Georgia 397. Whitfield County, Georgia 357. Massee, William(Sheriff Baldwin 398. Wilkes County, Georgia County), Georgia 399. Woodbury City, Georgia 358. McDuffie County, Georgia 400. Wooten, Doyle (Sheriff Coffee 359. McIntosh County, Georgia County), Georgia 360. Melton, Mark(Sheriff Appling 401. Worth County, Georgia County), Georgia 402. Kaua'i County, Hawai'i 361. Milledgeville City, Georgia 403. Ada County, Idaho 362. Monroe County, Georgia 404. Adams County, Idaho 363. Montgomery County, Georgia 405. Bannock County, Idaho 364. Newton County, Georgia 406. Bingham County, Idaho 365. Oconee County, Georgia 407. Blaine County, Idaho 366. Oglethorpe County, Georgia 408. Boise City, Idaho 367. Peach County, Georgia 409. Boise County, Idaho 368. Pike County, Georgia 410. Bonneville County, Idaho 369. Polk County, Georgia 411. Camas County, Idaho 370. Pulaski County, Georgia 412. Canyon County, Idaho 371. Rabun County, Georgia 413. Caribou County, Idaho 372. Randolph County, Georgia 414. Cassia County, Idaho 373. Rockdale County, Georgia 415. Chubbuck City, Idaho 374. Rome City, Georgia 416. Elmore County, Idaho 375. Sandy Springs City, Georgia 417. Gooding County, Idaho 376. Savannah City, Georgia 418. Latah County, Idaho 377. Scarbrough, Gene (Sheriff Tift 419. Minidoka County, Idaho County), Georgia 420. Owyhee County, Idaho 378. Screven County, Georgia 421. Payette County, Idaho 379. Seminole County, Georgia 422. Pocatello City, Idaho 380. Spalding County, Georgia 423. Preston City, Idaho 381. Springfield City, Georgia 424. Twin Falls City, Idaho 382. Stephens County, Georgia 425. Twin Falls County, Idaho 383. Sumter County, Georgia 426. Bond County, Illinois 384. Taliaferro County, Georgia 427. Boone County, Illinois 428. Bureau County, Illinois C-5 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 429. Calhoun County, Illinois 470. Wabash County, Illinois 430. Champaign County, Illinois 471. West Frankfort City, Illinois 431. Chicago City, Illinois 472. White County, Illinois 432. Chicago Public School District 299, 473. Will County, Illinois Illinois 474. Winnebago County, Illinois 433. Christian County, Illinois 475. Alexandria City, Indiana 434. Coles County, Illinois 476. Allen County, Indiana 435. Cook County, Illinois 477. Atlanta Town, Indiana 436. Dekalb County, Illinois 478. Beech Grove City, Indiana 437. Dupage County, Illinois 479. Benton County, Indiana 438. East Aurora Public Schools, District 480. Blackford County, Indiana 131, Illinois 481. Bloomington City, Indiana 439. Franklin County, Illinois 482. Brownstown Town, Indiana 440. Harrisburg City, Illinois 483. Chandler Town, Indiana 441. Henry County, Illinois 484. Connersville City, Indiana 442. Herrin City, Illinois 485. Danville Town, Indiana 443. Jasper County, Illinois 486. Delaware County, Indiana 444. Jefferson County, Illinois 487. Evansville City, Indiana 445. Johnson County, Illinois 488. Fishers City, Indiana 446. Joliet Public Schools, District 204, 489. Fort Wayne City, Indiana Illinois 490. Franklin City, Indiana 447. Kane County, Illinois 491. Franklin County, Indiana 448. Kankakee County, Illinois 492. Gary City, Indiana 449. Kendall County, Illinois 493. Greenwood City, Indiana 450. Logan County, Illinois 494. Hammond City, Indiana 451. Lawrence County, Illinois 495. Harrison County, Indiana 452. Macon County, Illinois 496. Hartford City, Indiana 453. Macoupin County, Illinois 497. Howard County, Indiana 454. Marion City, Illinois 498. Huntington City, Indiana 455. Marion County, Illinois 499. Indianapolis City, Indiana 456. McHenry County, Illinois 500. Jackson County, Indiana 457. Piatt County, Illinois 501. Jasper City, Indiana 458. Princeton City, Illinois 502. Jay County, Indiana 459. Putnam County, Illinois 503. Jeffersonville City, Indiana 460. Rock Island County, Illinois 504. Jennings County, Indiana 461. Rockford City, Illinois 505. Lafayette City, Indiana 462. Saline County, Illinois 506. Lake County, Indiana 463. Sangamon County, Illinois 507. LaPorte County, Indiana 464. Schuyler County, Illinois 508. Lawrence City, Indiana 465. Shelby County, Illinois 509. Lawrence County, Indiana 466. Stephenson County, Illinois 510. Logansport City, Indiana 467. Thornton High Schools, District 205, 511. Marion County, Indiana Illinois 512. Marshall County, Indiana 468. Thornton Fractional High Schools, 513. Martinsville City, Indiana District 215, Illinois 514. Monroe County, Indiana 469. Union County, Illinois 515. Montpelier City, Indiana C-6 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 516. Mooresville Town, Indiana 562. Dallas County, Iowa 517. Morgan County, Indiana 563. Delaware County, Iowa 518. Muncie City, Indiana 564. Des Moines County, Iowa 519. New Castle City, Indiana 565. Emmet County, Iowa 520. Noblesville City, Indiana 566. Fayette County, Iowa 521. Pendleton Town, Indiana 567. Fremont County, Iowa 522. Peru City, Indiana 568. Hamilton County, Iowa 523. Plainfield Town, Indiana 569. Hancock County, Iowa 524. Porter County, Indiana 570. Hardin County, Iowa 525. Portland City, Indiana 571. Harrison County, Iowa 526. Pulaski County, Indiana 572. Henry County, Iowa 527. Richmond City, Indiana 573. Howard County, Iowa 528. Ripley County, Indiana 574. Humboldt County, Iowa 529. Scott County, Indiana 575. Ida County, Iowa 530. Seymour City, Indiana 576. Jasper County, Iowa 531. Sheridan Town, Indiana 577. Johnson County, Iowa 532. South Bend City, Indiana 578. Jones County, Iowa 533. St. Joseph County, Indiana 579. Keokuk County, Iowa 534. Starke County, Indiana 580. Lee County, Iowa 535. Terre Haute City, Indiana 581. Lyon County, Iowa 536. Tippecanoe County, Indiana 582. Madison County, Iowa 537. Upland Town, Indiana 583. Mahaska County, Iowa 538. Vanderburgh County, Indiana 584. Marion County, Iowa 539. Vigo County, Indiana 585. Mills County, Iowa 540. West Lafayette City, Indiana 586. Mitchell County, Iowa 541. Westfield City, Indiana 587. Monroe County, Iowa 542. Zionsville Town, Indiana 588. Montgomery County, Iowa 543. Adair County, Iowa 589. Muscatine County, Iowa 544. Adams County, Iowa 590. O'Brien County, Iowa 545. Audubon County, Iowa 591. Osceola County, Iowa 546. Allamakee County, Iowa 592. Plymouth County, Iowa 547. Appanoose County, Iowa 593. Pocahontas County, Iowa 548. Benton County, Iowa 594. Polk County, Iowa 549. Black Hawk County, Iowa 595. Pottawattamie County, Iowa 550. Bremer County, Iowa 596. Poweshiek County, Iowa 551. Buchanan County, Iowa 597. Sac County, Iowa 552. Buena Vista County, Iowa 598. Scott County, Iowa 553. Calhoun County, Iowa 599. Shelby County, Iowa 554. Carroll County, Iowa 600. Sioux County, Iowa 555. Cedar County, Iowa 601. Tama County, Iowa 556. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa 602. Taylor County, Iowa 557. Cherokee County, Iowa 603. Union County, Iowa 558. Chickasaw County, Iowa 604. Webster County, Iowa 559. Clay County, Iowa 605. Winnebago County, Iowa 560. Clayton County, Iowa 606. Winneshiek County, Iowa 561. Clinton County, Iowa 607. Worth County, Iowa C-7 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 608. Wright County, Iowa 650. Fayette County Public Schools, 609. Allen County, Kansas Kentucky 610. Barber County, Kansas 651. Floyd County, Kentucky 611. Bourbon County, Kansas 652. Franklin County, Kentucky 612. Cowley County, Kansas 653. Green County, Kentucky 613. Dickinson County, Kansas 654. Greenup City, Kentucky 614. Elk County, Kansas 655. Greenup County, Kentucky 615. Elkhardt City, Kansas 656. Hardin County, Kentucky 616. Finney County, Kansas 657. Harlan City, Kentucky 617. Grant County, Kansas 658. Harlan County, Kentucky 618. Greenwood County, Kansas 659. Harrison County Public Schools, 619. Johnson County, Kansas Kentucky 620. Kansas City, Kansas 660. Hart County Public Schools, 621. Leavenworth County, Kansas Kentucky 622. Manter City, Kansas 661. Henderson City, Kentucky 623. Meade County, Kansas 662. Henderson County, Kentucky 624. Morton County, Kansas 663. Henry County, Kentucky 625. Overland Park City, Kansas 664. Hopkins County, Kentucky 626. Reno County, Kansas 665. Hyden City, Kentucky 627. Sedgwick County, Kansas 666. Jefferson County Public Schools, 628. Seward County, Kansas Kentucky 629. Stanton County, Kansas 667. Jenkins City, Kentucky 630. Ulysses City, Kansas 668. Jessamine County, Kentucky 631. Wabaunsee County, Kansas 669. Johnson County Public Schools, 632. Wichita City, Kansas Kentucky 633. Wyandotte County, Kansas 670. Kenton County, Kentucky 634. Adair County, Kentucky 671. Knott County, Kentucky 635. Bellefont City, Kentucky 672. Lame County Public Schools, 636. Benham City, Kentucky Kentucky 637. Boone County, Kentucky 673. Lawrence County, Kentucky 638. Bourbon County, Kentucky 674. Lawrence County Public Schools, 639. Boyd County, Kentucky Kentucky 640. Boyle County, Kentucky 675. Lee County, Kentucky 641. Breckinridge County, Kentucky 676. Lexington-Fayette Urban County, 642. Breathitt County Public Schools, Kentucky Kentucky 677. London City, Kentucky 643. Buckhorn City, Kentucky 678. Louisville-Jefferson County, 644. Bullitt County Public Schools, Kentucky Kentucky 679. Loyall City, Kentucky 645. Clark County, Kentucky 680. Lynch City, Kentucky 646. Covington City, Kentucky 681. Madison County, Kentucky 647. Edmonson County Fiscal Court, 682. Manchester City, Kentucky Kentucky 683. Marshall County, Kentucky 648. Estill County, Kentucky 684. Martin County Public Schools, 649. Estill County Public Schools, Kentucky Kentucky 685. McCracken County, Kentucky C-8 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 686. Meade County, Kentucky 721. Bastrop City, Louisiana 687. Menifee County Public Schools, 722. Baton Rouge City, Louisiana Kentucky 723. Beauregard Parish Police Jury, 688. Montgomery County, Kentucky Louisiana 689. Morehead City, Kentucky 724. Benton Fire District 4, Louisiana 690. Ohio County, Kentucky 725. Berwick Town, Louisiana 691. Oldham County, Kentucky 726. Bogalusa City, Louisiana 692. Owsley County, Kentucky 727. Bossier City, Louisiana 693. Owsley County Public Schools, 728. Bossier Parish, Louisiana Kentucky 729. Caddo Fire District 1, Louisiana 694. Paducah City, Kentucky 730. Caddo Parish, Louisiana 695. Pendleton County, Kentucky 731. Calcasieu Parish Policy Jury, 696. Perry County, Kentucky Louisiana 697. Pike County, Kentucky 732. Caldwell Parish, Louisiana 698. Pineville City, Kentucky 733. Cameron Parish, Louisiana 699. Pippa Passes City, Kentucky 734. Catahoula Parish Police Jury, 700. Pulaski County, Kentucky Louisiana 701. Russell City, Kentucky 735. Champagne, Greg (Sheriff St. 702. Scott County, Kentucky Charles Parish), Louisiana 703. Shelby County, Kentucky 736. Claiborne Parish, Louisiana 704. South Shore City, Kentucky 737. Concordia Parish, Louisiana 705. Vanceburg City, Kentucky 738. Craft, John (Sheriff Vernon Parish), 706. Warren County, Kentucky Louisiana 707. Whitesburg City, Kentucky 739. Delhi Town, Louisiana 708. Woodford County, Kentucky 740. Desoto Fire District 8, Louisiana 709. Wolfe County Public Schools, 741. Donaldsonville City, Louisiana Kentucky 742. East Carroll Parish Police Jury, 710. Worthington City, Kentucky Louisiana 711. Acadia-St. Landry Hospital Service 743. Edwards, Toney (Sheriff Catahoula District d/b/a Acadia-St. Landry Parish), Louisiana Hospital, Louisiana 744. Eunice City, Louisiana 712. Ackal, Louis (Sheriff Iberia Parish), 745. Evangeline Parish Police Jury, Louisiana Louisiana 713. Alexandria City, Louisiana 746. Falcon, Leland(Sheriff Assumption 714. Anderson, Douglas (Sheriff Parish), Louisiana Avoyelles Parish), Louisiana 747. Ferriday Town, Louisiana 715. Anslum, Scott(Sheriff St. Mary 748. Franklin City, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 749. Franklin Parish, Louisiana 716. Ascension Parish, Louisiana 750. Garber, Mark(Sheriff Lafayette 717. Ascension Parish School Board, Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 751. Gautreaux, Sid(Sheriff East Baton 718. Assumption Parish Police Jury, Rouge Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 752. Gilley, Gary (Sheriff Richland 719. Avoyelles Parish Police Jury, Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 753. Gramercy Town, Louisiana 720. Baldwin Town, Louisiana 754. Grant Parish, Louisiana C-9 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 755. Guidroz, Bobby(Sheriff St. Landry 781. McCain, Steven (Sheriff Grant Parish), Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 756. Gusman, Marlin(Sheriff Orleans 782. Monroe City, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 783. Morehouse Parish Police Jury, 757. Hospital Service District No. 1 of the Louisiana Parish of Avoyelles, State of 784. Natchitoches Parish Council, Louisiana d/b/a Bunkie General Louisiana Hospital, Louisiana 785. New Iberia City, Louisiana 758. Hospital Service District No. 1 of the 786. North Caddo Hospital Service Parish of Lasalle, State of Louisiana District d/b/a North Caddo Medical d/b/a Hardtner Medical Center, Center, Louisiana Louisiana 787. Opelousas City, Louisiana 759. Hebert, Douglas (Sheriff Allen 788. Opelousas General Hospital Parish), Louisiana Authority, A Louisiana Public Trust, 760. Hedrick, Kenneth(Sheriff Concordia d/b/a Opelousas General Health Parish), Louisiana System, Louisiana 761. Hilton, William(Sheriff Rapides 789. Ouachita Parish Police Jury, Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 762. Iberia Parish, Louisiana 790. Patterson City, Louisiana 763. Iberia Parish School Board, 791. Pearl River Town, Louisiana Louisiana 792. Philley, Jerry (Sheriff West Carroll 764. Jackson Parish Police Jury, Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 793. Pineville City, Louisiana 765. Jefferson Davis Parish Police Jury, 794. Rapides Parish Police Jury, Louisiana Louisiana 766. Jefferson Parish, Louisiana 795. Red River Fire District, Louisiana 767. Jefferson Parish Hospital Service 796. Red River Parish, Louisiana District 1, Louisiana 797. Richardson, Ronald(Sheriff Sabine 768. Jefferson Parish Hospital Service Parish), Louisiana District 2, Louisiana 798. Richland Parish, Louisiana 769. Jones, Rickey(Sheriff Tensas 799. Richwood Town, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 800. Russel, Jay (Sheriff Ouachita 770. Kenner City, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 771. Lafourche Parish, Louisiana 801. Sabine Parish Police Jury, Louisiana 772. LaFourche Parish School Board, 802. Saint Martinville City, Louisiana Louisiana 803. Seal, Randy (Sheriff Washington 773. Lake Charles City, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 774. Lake Providence Town, Louisiana 804. Shreveport City, Louisiana 775. LaSalle Parish, Louisiana 805. Slidell City, Louisiana 776. Lopinto, Joseph (Sheriff Jefferson 806. Smith, Randy (Sheriff St. Tammany Parish), Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 777. Lutcher Town, Louisiana 807. Soileau, Edrick(Sheriff, Evangeline 778. Madisonville Town, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 779. Mancuso, Tony (Sheriff Calcasieu 808. St. Bernard Parish School Board, Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 780. Mandeville City, Louisiana 809. St. Charles Parish, Louisiana C-10 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 810. St. James Parish, Louisiana 838. Williams, Wydette (Sheriff East 811. St. James Parish School Board, Carroll Parish), Louisiana Louisiana 839. Winn Parish, Louisiana 812. St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana 840. Woods, Ivy (Sheriff Jefferson Davis 813. St. Landry Parish, Louisiana Parish), Louisiana 814. St. Martin Parish, Louisiana 841. Androscoggin County, Maine 815. St. Mary Parish, Louisiana 842. Aroostook County, Maine 816. St. Mary Parish School Board, 843. Auburn City, Maine Louisiana 844. Augusta City, Maine 817. St. Tammany Fire District 1, 845. Bangor City, Maine Louisiana 846. Bangor School Department, Maine 818. St. Tammany Fire District 12, 847. Biddeford City, Maine Louisiana 848. Calais City, Maine 819. St. Tammany Fire District 13, 849. Cape Elizabeth School District, Louisiana Maine 820. St. Tammany Fire District 2, 850. Cumberland County, Maine Louisiana 851. Ellsworth School Department, Maine 821. St. Tammany Fire District 3, 852. Kennebec County, Maine Louisiana 853. Knox County, Maine 822. St. Tammany Fire District 4, 854. Lewiston City, Maine Louisiana 855. Lincoln County, Maine 823. St. Tammany Fire District 5, 856. Maine Regional School Unit 10, Louisiana Maine 824. St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana 857. Maine Regional School Unit 13, 825. St. Tammany Parish Coroner, Maine Louisiana 858. Maine Regional School Unit 25, 826. Tubbs, Michael (Sheriff Morehouse Maine Parish), Louisiana 859. Maine Regional School Unit 26, 827. Union Parish, Louisiana Maine 828. Vermilion Parish Police Jury, 860. Maine Regional School Unit 29, Louisiana Maine 829. Vernon Parish Police Jury, Louisiana 861. Maine Regional School Unit 34, 830. Washington Parish, Louisiana Maine 831. Webster Parish, Louisiana 862. Maine Regional School Unit 40, 832. West Ascension Parish Hospital Maine Service District d/b/a Prevost 863. Maine Regional School Unit 50, Memorial Hospital, Louisiana Maine 833. West Baton Rouge Fire District 1, 864. Maine Regional School Unit 57, Louisiana Maine 834. West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana 865. Maine Regional School Unit 60, 835. West Carroll Parish Policy Jury, Maine Louisiana 866. Maine Regional School Unit 71, 836. West Monroe City, Louisiana Maine 837. Wiley, Jeffrey(Sheriff, Ascension 867. Maine Regional School Unit 9, Parish), Louisiana Maine C-11 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 868. Maine School Administrative 900. Bowie City, Maryland District 11, Maine 901. Calvert County, Maryland 869. Maine School Administrative 902. Cambridge City, Maryland District 15, Maine 903. Caroline County, Maryland 870. Maine School Administrative 904. Carroll County, Maryland District 28/Five Town Central 905. Charles County, Maryland School District, Maine 906. Charlestown City, Maryland 871. Maine School Administrative 907. Cottage City Town, Maryland District 35, Maine 908. Cumberland City, Maryland 872. Maine School Administrative 909. Dorchester County, Maryland District 44, Maine 910. Forest Heights Town, Maryland 873. Maine School Administrative 911. Frederick City, Maryland District 53, Maine 912. Frederick County, Maryland 874. Maine School Administrative 913. Frostburg City, Maryland District 55, Maine 914. Garrett County, Maryland 875. Maine School Administrative 915. Grantsville City, Maryland District 6, Maine 916. Hagerstown City, Maryland 876. Maine School Administrative 917. Harford County, Maryland District 61, Maine 918. Havre de Grace City, Maryland 877. Maine School Administrative 919. Howard County, Maryland District 72, Maine 920. Laurel City, Maryland 878. Penobscot County, Maine 921. Montgomery County, Maryland 879. Portland City, Maine 922. Mountain Lake Park City, Maryland 880. Portland School District, Maine 923. North Brentwood Town, Maryland 881. Rockland City, Maine 924. North East City, Maryland 882. Saco City, Maine 925. Oakland City, Maryland 883. Sagadahoc County, Maine 926. Perryville City, Maryland 884. Sanford City, Maine 927. Prince George's County, Maryland 885. Scarborough School District, Maine 928. Seat Pleasant City, Maryland 886. Somerset County, Maine 929. Somerset County, Maryland 887. South Portland School Department, 930. St. Mary's County, Maryland Maine 931. Talbot County, Maryland 888. St. George Municipal School 932. Upper Marlboro Town, Maryland District, Maine 933. Vienna City, Maryland 889. Waldo County, Maine 934. Washington County, Maryland 890. Washington County, Maine 935. Wicomico County, Maryland 891. Waterville City, Maine 936. Acushnet Town, Massachusetts 892. Waterville School District, Maine 937. Agawam Town, Massachusetts 893. York County, Maine 938. Amesbury City, Massachusetts 894. Aberdeen City, Maryland 939. Aquinnah Town, Massachusetts 895. Allegany County, Maryland 940. Athol Town, Massachusetts 896. Baltimore City, Maryland 941. Auburn Town, Massachusetts 897. Baltimore Public School District, 942. Ayer Town, Massachusetts Maryland 943. Barnstable Town, Massachusetts 898. Bel Air City, Maryland 944. Belchertown Town, Massachusetts 899. Berlin City, Maryland 945. Beverly City, Massachusetts C-12 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 946. Billerica Town, Massachusetts 991. Leverett Town, Massachusetts 947. Braintree Town, Massachusetts 992. Longmeadow Town, Massachusetts 948. Brewster Town, Massachusetts 993. Lowell City, Massachusetts 949. Bridgewater Town, Massachusetts 994. Ludlow Town, Massachusetts 950. Brockton City, Massachusetts 995. Lunenberg Town, Massachusetts 951. Brookline Town, Massachusetts 996. Lynn City, Massachusetts 952. Cambridge City, Massachusetts 997. Lynnfield Town, Massachusetts 953. Canton Town, Massachusetts 998. Malden City, Massachusetts 954. Carver Town, Massachusetts 999. Marblehead Town, Massachusetts 955. Charlton Town, Massachusetts 1000. Marshfield Town, Massachusetts 956. Chelmsford Town, Massachusetts 1001. Mashpee Town, Massachusetts 957. Chelsea City, Massachusetts 1002. Mattapoisett Town, Massachusetts 958. Chicopee City, Massachusetts 1003. Medford City, Massachusetts 959. Clarksburg Town, Massachusetts 1004. Melrose City, Massachusetts 960. Clinton Town, Massachusetts 1005. Methuen City, Massachusetts 961. Danvers Town, Massachusetts 1006. Middleborough Town, 962. Dedham Town, Massachusetts Massachusetts 963. Dennis Town, Massachusetts 1007. Milford Town, Massachusetts 964. Douglas Town, Massachusetts 1008. Millbury Town, Massachusetts 965. Dudley Town, Massachusetts 1009. Millis Town, Massachusetts 966. East Bridgewater Town, 1010. Natick Town, Massachusetts Massachusetts 1011. New Bedford City, Massachusetts 967. Eastham Town, Massachusetts 1012. Newburyport City, Massachusetts 968. Easthampton City, Massachusetts 1013. North Adams City, Massachusetts 969. Easton Town, Massachusetts 1014. North Andover Town, Massachusetts 970. Everett City, Massachusetts 1015. North Attleborough Town, 971. Fairhaven Town, Massachusetts Massachusetts 972. Fall River City, Massachusetts 1016. North Reading Town, Massachusetts 973. Falmouth Town, Massachusetts 1017. Northampton City, Massachusetts 974. Fitchburg City, Massachusetts 1018. Northbridge Town, Massachusetts 975. Framingham City, Massachusetts 1019. Norton Town, Massachusetts 976. Freetown Town, Massachusetts 1020. Norwell Town, Massachusetts 977. Georgetown Town, Massachusetts 1021. Norwood Town, Massachusetts 978. Gloucester City, Massachusetts 1022. Orange Town, Massachusetts 979. Grafton Town, Massachusetts 1023. Oxford Town, Massachusetts 980. Greenfield City, Massachusetts 1024. Palmer Town, Massachusetts 981. Hanson Town, Massachusetts 1025. Peabody City, Massachusetts 982. Haverhill City, Massachusetts 1026. Pembroke Town, Massachusetts 983. Holliston Town, Massachusetts 1027. Pittsfield City, Massachusetts 984. Holyoke City, Massachusetts 1028. Plainville Town, Massachusetts 985. Hopedale Town, Massachusetts 1029. Plymouth Town, Massachusetts 986. Hull Town, Massachusetts 1030. Provincetown Town, Massachusetts 987. Kingston Town, Massachusetts 1031. Quincy City, Massachusetts 988. Lakeville Town, Massachusetts 1032. Randolph Town, Massachusetts 989. Leicester Town, Massachusetts 1033. Rehoboth Town, Massachusetts 990. Leominster City, Massachusetts 1034. Revere City, Massachusetts C-13 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1035. Rockland Town, Massachusetts 1079. Alger County, Michigan 1036. Salem City, Massachusetts 1080. Alpena County, Michigan 1037. Salisbury Town, Massachusetts 1081. Antrim County, Michigan 1038. Sandwich Town, Massachusetts 1082. Arenac County, Michigan 1039. Scituate Town, Massachusetts 1083. Baraga County, Michigan 1040. Seekonk Town, Massachusetts 1084. Benzie County, Michigan 1041. Sheffield Town, Massachusetts 1085. Berrien County, Michigan 1042. Shirley Town, Massachusetts 1086. Branch County, Michigan 1043. Somerset Town, Massachusetts 1087. Calhoun County, Michigan 1044. Somerville City, Massachusetts 1088. Canton Charter Township, Michigan 1045. South Hadley Town, Massachusetts 1089. Cass County, Michigan 1046. Southbridge Town, Massachusetts 1090. Charlevoix County, Michigan 1047. Spencer Town, Massachusetts 1091. Chippewa County, Michigan 1048. Springfield City, Massachusetts 1092. Clinton Charter Township, Michigan 1049. Stoneham Town, Massachusetts 1093. Clinton County,New York 1050. Stoughton Town, Massachusetts 1094. Crawford County, Michigan 1051. Sturbridge Town, Massachusetts 1095. Delta County, Michigan 1052. Sudbury Town, Massachusetts 1096. Detroit City, Michigan 1053. Sutton Town, Massachusetts 1097. Dickinson County, Michigan 1054. Swampscott Town, Massachusetts 1098. East Lansing City, Michigan 1055. Templeton Town, Massachusetts 1099. Eaton County, Michigan 1056. Tewksbury Town, Massachusetts 1100. Escanaba City, Michigan 1057. Truro Town, Massachusetts 1101. Genesee County, Michigan 1058. Tyngsborough Town, Massachusetts 1102. Grand Rapids City, Michigan 1059. Upton Town, Massachusetts 1103. Grand Traverse County, Michigan 1060. Wakefield Town, Massachusetts 1104. Gratiot County, Michigan 1061. Walpole Town, Massachusetts 1105. Hillsdale County, Michigan 1062. Ware Town, Massachusetts 1106. Houghton County, Michigan 1063. Warren Town, Massachusetts 1107. Huron Charter Township, Michigan 1064. Watertown Town, Massachusetts 1108. Ingham County, Michigan 1065. Wellfleet Town, Massachusetts 1109. Ionia County, Michigan 1066. West Boylston Town, Massachusetts 1110. Iosco County, Michigan 1067. West Bridgewater Town, 1111. Iron County, Michigan Massachusetts 1112. Iron Mountain City, Michigan 1068. West Springfield Town, 1113. Isabella County, Michigan Massachusetts 1114. Jackson City, Michigan 1069. Westborough Town, Massachusetts 1115. Kalamazoo County, Michigan 1070. Westford Town, Massachusetts 1116. Kent County, Michigan 1071. Weymouth Town, Massachusetts 1117. Lake County, Michigan 1072. Williamsburg Town, Massachusetts 1118. Lansing City, Michigan 1073. Wilmington Town, Massachusetts 1119. Leelanau County, Michigan 1074. Winchendon Town, Massachusetts 1120. Lenawee County, Michigan 1075. Winthrop Town, Massachusetts 1121. Livingston County, Michigan 1076. Woburn City, Massachusetts 1122. Livonia City, Michigan 1077. Worcester City, Massachusetts 1123. Luce County, Michigan 1078. Alcona County, Michigan 1124. Macomb County, Michigan C-14 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1125. Manistee County, Michigan 1167. Saint Paul City, Minnesota 1126. Marquette County, Michigan 1168. Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota 1127. Mason County, Michigan 1169. Adams County, Mississippi 1128. Monroe County, Michigan 1170. Amite County, Mississippi 1129. Montcalm County, Michigan 1171. Arcola Town, Mississippi 1130. Montmorency County, Michigan 1172. Bolivar County, Mississippi 1131. Muskegon County, Michigan 1173. Centreville Town, Mississippi 1132. Newaygo County, Michigan 1174. Clarksdale City, Mississippi 1133. Northville Charter Township, 1175. Covington County, Mississippi Michigan 1176. DeSoto County, Mississippi 1134. Oakland County, Michigan 1177. Forrest County, Mississippi 1135. Oceana County, Michigan 1178. Greenwood City, Mississippi 1136. Ogemaw County, Michigan 1179. Grenada City, Mississippi 1137. Ontonagon County, Michigan 1180. Grenada County, Mississippi 1138. Osceola County, Michigan 1181. Gulfport City, Mississippi 1139. Otsego County, Michigan 1182. Harrison County, Mississippi 1140. Pittsfield Charter Township, 1183. Hattiesburg City, Mississippi Michigan 1184. Hinds County, Mississippi 1141. Pontiac City, Michigan 1185. Holly Springs City, Mississippi 1142. Presque Isle County, Michigan 1186. Indianola City, Mississippi 1143. Romulus City, Michigan 1187. Issaquena County, Mississippi 1144. Roscommon County, Michigan 1188. Jackson City, Mississippi 1145. Saginaw County, Michigan 1189. Jonestown City, Mississippi 1146. Sanilac County, Michigan 1190. Laurel City, Mississippi 1147. Sault Ste. Marie City, Michigan 1191. Leflore County, Mississippi 1148. Shiawassee County, Michigan 1192. Long Beach City, Mississippi 1149. St. Clair County, Michigan 1193. Lumberton City, Mississippi 1150. Traverse City, Michigan 1194. Madison County, Mississippi 1151. Tuscola County, Michigan 1195. Meridian City, Mississippi 1152. Van Buren Charter Township, 1196. Mound Bayou City, Mississippi Michigan 1197. Pascagoula City, Mississippi 1153. Washtenaw County, Michigan 1198. Pearl River County, Mississippi 1154. Wayne City, Michigan 1199. Prentiss County, Mississippi 1155. Wayne County, Michigan 1200. Scott County, Mississippi 1156. Westland City, Michigan 1201. Stone County, Mississippi 1157. Wexford County, Michigan 1202. Summit Town, Mississippi 1158. Anoka County, Minnesota 1203. Tippah County, Mississippi 1159. Big Stone County, Minnesota 1204. Washington County, Mississippi 1160. Coon Rapids City, Minnesota 1205. Audrain County, Missouri 1161. Duluth City, Minnesota 1206. Barton County, Missouri 1162. Minnetonka Public School District 1207. Boone County, Missouri No. 276, Minnesota 1208. Buchanan County, Missouri 1163. North St. Paul City, Minnesota 1209. Callaway County, Missouri 1164. Pine County, Minnesota 1210. Camden County, Missouri 1165. Proctor City, Minnesota 1211. Cass County, Missouri 1166. Rochester City, Minnesota 1212. Chariton County, Missouri C-15 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1213. Cole County, Missouri 1258. Douglas County,Nebraska 1214. Douglas County, Missouri 1259. Knox County,Nebraska 1215. Franklin County, Missouri 1260. Lincoln County,Nebraska 1216. Gasconade County, Missouri 1261. Sarpy County,Nebraska 1217. Harrisonville City, Missouri 1262. Boulder City,Nevada 1218. Howell County, Missouri 1263. Carson City,Nevada 1219. Jackson County, Missouri 1264. Churchill County,Nevada 1220. Jefferson County, Missouri 1265. Clark County,Nevada 1221. Johnson County, Missouri 1266. Henderson City,Nevada 1222. Kansas City, Missouri 1267. Las Vegas City,Nevada 1223. Knox County, Missouri 1268. Mesquite City,Nevada 1224. Lewis County, Missouri 1269. North Las Vegas City,Nevada 1225. Lincoln County, Missouri 1270. Nye County,Nevada 1226. Manes County, Missouri 1271. Sparks City,Nevada 1227. Miller County, Missouri 1272. Washoe County,Nevada 1228. Moniteau County, Missouri 1273. West Wendover City,Nevada 1229. Montgomery County, Missouri 1274. Belknap County,New Hampshire 1230. Morgan County, Missouri 1275. Belmont City,New Hampshire 1231. Osage County, Missouri 1276. Berlin City,New Hampshire 1232. Ozark County, Missouri 1277. Carroll County,New Hampshire 1233. Pemiscot County, Missouri 1278. Cheshire County,New Hampshire 1234. Pettis County, Missouri 1279. Claremont City,New Hampshire 1235. Phelps County, Missouri 1280. Concord City,New Hampshire 1236. Pulaski County, Missouri 1281. Coos County,New Hampshire 1237. Randolph County, Missouri 1282. Deny Town,New Hampshire 1238. Reynolds County, Missouri 1283. Franklin City,New Hampshire 1239. Ripley County, Missouri 1284. Grafton County,New Hampshire 1240. Saint Joseph City, Missouri 1285. Goshen School District,New 1241. Schuyler County, Missouri Hampshire 1242. Sedalia City, Missouri 1286. Hillsborough County,New 1243. Shannon County, Missouri Hampshire 1244. Shelby County, Missouri 1287. Keene City,New Hampshire 1245. Springfield City, Missouri 1288. Kearsarge Regional School District- 1246. St. Charles County, Missouri School Administrative Unit 65,New 1247. St. Francois County, Missouri Hampshire 1248. St. Louis County, Missouri 1289. Laconia City,New Hampshire 1249. Warren County, Missouri 1290. Lebanon School District, New 1250. Webster County, Missouri Hampshire 1251. Wright County, Missouri 1291. Londonderry Town, New Hampshire 1252. Anaconda-Deer Lodge County, 1292. Manchester City,New Hampshire Montana 1293. Nashua City,New Hampshire 1253. Cascade County, Montana 1294. Pittsfield School District,New 1254. Gallatin County, Montana Hampshire 1255. Great Falls City, Montana 1295. Rockingham County,New 1256. Lake County, Montana Hampshire 1257. Missoula City, Montana 1296. Strafford County,New Hampshire C-16 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1297. Sullivan County,New Hampshire 1342. East Rockaway Village,New York 1298. Tamworth School District,New 1343. Erie County,New York Hampshire 1344. Farmingdale Village,New York 1299. Atlantic County,New Jersey 1345. Floral Park Village,New York 1300. Barnegat Township,New Jersey 1346. Franklin County,New York 1301. Bayonne City,New Jersey 1347. Friendship Fire&Hose Co.,New 1302. Bergen County,New Jersey York 1303. Burlington County,New Jersey 1348. Fulton County,New York 1304. Camden County,New Jersey 1349. Garden City Village,New York 1305. Clifton City,New Jersey 1350. Genesee County,New York 1306. Clinton Town,New Jersey 1351. Geneva City,New York 1307. Elizabeth City,New Jersey 1352. Great Neck Village, New York 1308. Essex County,New Jersey 1353. Greene County,New York 1309. Hudson County,New Jersey 1354. Greenport Village,New York 1310. Hunterdon County,New Jersey 1355. Hamilton County,New York 1311. Jersey City,New Jersey 1356. Hauppauge Fire District,New York 1312. Ocean County,New Jersey 1357. Haverstraw Town,New York 1313. Paramus Borough,New Jersey 1358. Hempstead Town,New York 1314. Passaic County,New Jersey 1359. Hempstead Village,New York 1315. Paterson City,New Jersey 1360. Herkimer County,New York 1316. Ridgefield Borough,New Jersey 1361. Herkimer Village,New York 1317. Saddle Brook Township,New Jersey 1362. Hicksville Water District,New York 1318. Sussex County,New Jersey 1363. Huntington Town,New York 1319. Trenton City,New Jersey 1364. Island Park Village,New York 1320. Vineland City,New Jersey 1365. Islandia Village,New York 1321. Albany City,New York 1366. Islip Terrance Fire District,New 1322. Albany County,New York York 1323. Allegany County,New York 1367. Islip Town,New York 1324. Amityville Village,New York 1368. Ithaca City,New York 1325. Amsterdam City,New York 1369. Jefferson County,New York 1326. Auburn City,New York 1370. Kingston City,New York 1327. Babylon Town,New York 1371. Lackawanna City,New York 1328. Babylon Village,New York 1372. Lake Grove Village,New York 1329. Bellmore Fire District,New York 1373. Lawrence Village,New York 1330. Bellport Village,New York 1374. Levittown Fire District, New York 1331. Branch Village,New York 1375. Lewis County,New York 1332. Brookhaven Town,New York 1376. Lindenhurst Village,New York 1333. Broome County,New York 1377. Lloyd Harbor Village, New York 1334. Buffalo City,New York 1378. Long Beach City,New York 1335. Centereach Fire District, New York 1379. Lynbrook Village,New York 1336. Clarkstown Town,New York 1380. Massapequa Park Village,New York 1337. Clinton County, Michigan 1381. Melville Fire District,New York 1338. Columbia County,New York 1382. Merrick Library,New York 1339. Cortland County,New York 1383. Mill Neck Village,New York 1340. Dutchess County,New York 1384. Miller Place Fire District,New York 1341. East Hampton Village,New York 1385. Monroe County,New York C-17 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1386. Montgomery County,New York 1426. Schenectady City,New York 1387. Mount Sinai Fire District,New York 1427. Schenectady County,New York 1388. Nesconset Fire District,New York 1428. Schoharie County,New York 1389. New Hyde Park Village, New York 1429. Schuyler County,New York 1390. New York City,New York 1430. Seneca County,New York 1391. Niagara County,New York 1431. Smithtown Fire District,New York 1392. Nissequogue Village,New York 1432. Smithtown Town,New York 1393. North Hempstead Town,New York 1433. South Farmingdale Fire District, 1394. North Merrick Fire District,New New York York 1434. Southampton Town,New York 1395. North Patchogue Fire District,New 1435. Southold Town,New York York 1436. Southwestern Central School 1396. Northport Village,New York District,New York 1397. Ogdensburg City,New York 1437. St. James Fire District,New York 1398. Old Westbury Village,New York 1438. St. Lawrence County,New York 1399. Oneida County,New York 1439. Steuben County,New York 1400. Onondaga County,New York 1440. Stewart Manor Village,New York 1401. Ontario County,New York 1441. Stony Brook Fire District,New York 1402. Orange County,New York 1442. Stony Point Town,New York 1403. Orangetown Town,New York 1443. Suffern Village,New York 1404. Oswego County,New York 1444. Sullivan County,New York 1405. Oyster Bay Town,New York 1445. Syracuse City,New York 1406. Patchogue Village,New York 1446. Tompkins County,New York 1407. Plattsburgh City,New York 1447. Troy City,New York 1408. Poquott Village,New York 1448. Ulster County,New York 1409. Port Washington North Village,New 1449. Utica City,New York York 1450. Valley Stream Village,New York 1410. Port Washington Water District, 1451. Washington County,New York New York 1452. West Hampton Dunes,New York 1411. Poughkeepsie City,New York 1453. West Haverstraw Village,New York 1412. Poughkeepsie Town,New York 1454. West Hempstead Public Library, 1413. Ramapo Town,New York New York 1414. Rensselaer County,New York 1455. Westbury Village,New York 1415. Ridge Fire District,New York 1456. Westchester County,New York 1416. Riverhead Town,New York 1457. Wyoming County,New York 1417. Rochester City,New York 1458. Yonkers City,New York 1418. Rochester Public School District, 1459. Alamance County,North Carolina New York 1460. Anson County,North Carolina 1419. Rockland County,New York 1461. Ashe County,North Carolina 1420. Rockville Centre Public Library, 1462. Beaufort County,North Carolina New York 1463. Bladen County,North Carolina 1421. Rome City,New York 1464. Brunswick County,North Carolina 1422. Roslyn Water District,New York 1465. Buncombe County,North Carolina 1423. Saltaire Village,New York 1466. Burke County,North Carolina 1424. Saratoga County,New York 1467. Cabarrus County,North Carolina 1425. Saratoga Springs City,New York 1468. Caldwell County,North Carolina C-18 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1469. Camden County,North Carolina 1513. Richmond County,North Carolina 1470. Canton City,North Carolina 1514. Robeson County,North Carolina 1471. Carteret County,North Carolina 1515. Rockingham County,North Carolina 1472. Catawba County,North Carolina 1516. Rowan County,North Carolina 1473. Chatham County,North Carolina 1517. Rutherford County,North Carolina 1474. Cleveland County,North Carolina 1518. Sampson County,North Carolina 1475. Columbus County,North Carolina 1519. Scotland County,North Carolina 1476. Craven County,North Carolina 1520. Stokes County,North Carolina 1477. Cumberland County,North Carolina 1521. Surry County,North Carolina 1478. Dare County,North Carolina 1522. Vance County,North Carolina 1479. Davidson County,North Carolina 1523. Watauga County,North Carolina 1480. Davie County,North Carolina 1524. Wayne County,North Carolina 1481. Duplin County,North Carolina 1525. Wilkes County,North Carolina 1482. Durham County,North Carolina 1526. Wilmington City,North Carolina 1483. Fayetteville City,North Carolina 1527. Winston-Salem City,North Carolina 1484. Forsyth County,North Carolina 1528. Yadkin County,North Carolina 1485. Franklin County,North Carolina 1529. Yancey County,North Carolina 1486. Gaston County,North Carolina 1530. Barnes County,North Dakota 1487. Granville County,North Carolina 1531. Benson County,North Dakota 1488. Greensboro City,North Carolina 1532. Bismarck City,North Dakota 1489. Guilford County,North Carolina 1533. Burleigh County,North Dakota 1490. Halifax County,North Carolina 1534. Devils Lake City,North Dakota 1491. Haywood County,North Carolina 1535. Dickey County,North Dakota 1492. Henderson City,North Carolina 1536. Dunn County,North Dakota 1493. Hickory City,North Carolina 1537. Eddy County,North Dakota 1494. Iredell County,North Carolina 1538. Foster County,North Dakota 1495. Jacksonville City,North Carolina 1539. Grand Forks County,North Dakota 1496. Lee County,North Carolina 1540. Lamoure County,North Dakota 1497. Lincoln County,North Carolina 1541. Lisbon City,North Dakota 1498. Madison County,North Carolina 1542. McKenzie County,North Dakota 1499. Martin County,North Carolina 1543. McLean County,North Dakota 1500. McDowell County,North Carolina 1544. Mercer County,North Dakota 1501. Mecklenburg County,North 1545. Mountrail County,North Dakota Carolina 1546. Pembina County,North Dakota 1502. Mitchell County,North Carolina 1547. Pierce County,North Dakota 1503. Moore County,North Carolina 1548. Ramsey County,North Dakota 1504. New Hanover County,North 1549. Ransom County,North Dakota Carolina 1550. Richland County,North Dakota 1505. Onslow County,North Carolina 1551. Rolette County,North Dakota 1506. Orange County,North Carolina 1552. Sargent County,North Dakota 1507. Pamlico County,North Carolina 1553. Stark County,North Dakota 1508. Pasquotank County,North Carolina 1554. Towner County,North Dakota 1509. Person County,North Carolina 1555. Walsh County,North Dakota 1510. Pitt County,North Carolina 1556. Ward County,North Dakota 1511. Polk County,North Carolina 1557. Wells County,North Dakota 1512. Randolph County,North Carolina 1558. Williams County,North Dakota C-19 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1559. Akron City, Ohio 1605. Hamilton City, Ohio 1560. Ashland City, Ohio 1606. Hamilton County, Ohio 1561. Ashland County, Ohio 1607. Hocking County, Ohio 1562. Ashtabula County, Ohio 1608. Huron City, Ohio 1563. Athens County, Ohio 1609. Huron County, Ohio 1564. Auglaize County, Ohio 1610. Ironton City, Ohio 1565. Barberton City, Ohio 1611. Jackson County, Ohio 1566. Belmont County, Ohio 1612. Jefferson County, Ohio 1567. Boardman Local Schools BOE, Ohio 1613. Knox County, Ohio 1568. Boston Heights Village, Ohio 1614. Lake County, Ohio 1569. Boston Township, Ohio 1615. Lakemore Village, Ohio 1570. Broadview Heights City, Ohio 1616. Lakewood City, Ohio 1571. Brooklyn Heights Village, Ohio 1617. Lawrence County, Ohio 1572. Brown County, Ohio 1618. Lebanon City, Ohio 1573. Butler County, Ohio 1619. Lexington Village, Ohio 1574. Champaign County, Ohio 1620. Liberty Local Schools, Ohio 1575. Cincinnati City, Ohio 1621. Licking County, Ohio 1576. Clermont County, Ohio 1622. Logan County, Ohio 1577. Cleveland City, Ohio 1623. Lorain City, Ohio 1578. Clinton County, Ohio 1624. Lorain County, Ohio 1579. Clinton Village, Ohio 1625. Lucas County, Ohio 1580. Copley Township, Ohio 1626. Lyndhurst City, Ohio 1581. Coshocton County, Ohio 1627. Macedonia City, Ohio 1582. Coventry Township, Ohio 1628. Marion County, Ohio 1583. Crawford County, Ohio 1629. Mayfield Heights City, Ohio 1584. Cuyahoga County, Ohio 1630. Meigs County, Ohio 1585. Cuyahoga Falls City, Ohio 1631. Mercer County, Ohio 1586. Darke County, Ohio 1632. Middletown City, Ohio 1587. Dayton City, Ohio 1633. Mogadore Village, Ohio 1588. Delaware County, Ohio 1634. Montgomery County, Ohio 1589. East Cleveland City, Ohio 1635. Munroe Falls City, Ohio 1590. Elyria City, Ohio 1636. Muskingum County, Ohio 1591. Erie County, Ohio 1637. New Franklin City, Ohio 1592. Euclid City, Ohio 1638. Newburgh Heights Village, Ohio 1593. Fairfield City, Ohio 1639. Noble County, Ohio 1594. Fairfield County, Ohio 1640. North Olmsted City, Ohio 1595. Fairlawn City, Ohio 1641. North Ridgeville City, Ohio 1596. Fayette County, Ohio 1642. North Royalton City, Ohio 1597. Findlay City, Ohio 1643. Norton City, Ohio 1598. Franklin County, Ohio 1644. Olmsted Falls City, Ohio 1599. Fulton County, Ohio 1645. Painesville Township, Ohio 1600. Gallia County, Ohio 1646. Parma City, Ohio 1601. Garfield Heights City, Ohio 1647. Parma Heights City, Ohio 1602. Geauga County, Ohio 1648. Peninsula Village, Ohio 1603. Green City, Ohio 1649. Perry County, Ohio 1604. Guernsey County, Ohio 1650. Portage County, Ohio C-20 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1651. Portsmouth City, Ohio 1695. El Reno City, Oklahoma 1652. Richfield Village, Ohio 1696. Elk City, Oklahoma 1653. Richland County Children's 1697. Enid City, Oklahoma Services, Ohio 1698. Garvin County, Oklahoma 1654. Ross County, Ohio 1699. Grady County, Oklahoma 1655. Sandusky County, Ohio 1700. Greer County, Oklahoma 1656. Scioto County, Ohio 1701. Harper County, Oklahoma 1657. Seneca County, Ohio 1702. Haskell County, Oklahoma 1658. Seven Hills City, Ohio 1703. Hughes County, Oklahoma 1659. Shelby County, Ohio 1704. Jackson County, Oklahoma 1660. Silver Lake Village, Ohio 1705. Jefferson County, Oklahoma 1661. Springfield Township, Summit 1706. Jenks City, Oklahoma County, Ohio 1707. Johnston County, Oklahoma 1662. St. Mary's City, Ohio 1708. Kay County, Oklahoma 1663. Stark County, Ohio 1709. Kiowa County, Oklahoma 1664. Stow City, Ohio 1710. Latimer County, Oklahoma 1665. Strongsville City, Ohio 1711. LeFlore County, Oklahoma 1666. Summit County, Ohio 1712. Lincoln County, Oklahoma 1667. Tallmadge City, Ohio 1713. Logan County, Oklahoma 1668. Toledo City, Ohio 1714. Love County, Oklahoma 1669. Trumbull County, Ohio 1715. Major County, Oklahoma 1670. Tuscarawas County, Ohio 1716. Mayes County, Oklahoma 1671. Valley Fire District, Ohio 1717. McClain County, Oklahoma 1672. Van Wert City, Ohio 1718. McCurtain County, Oklahoma 1673. Van Wert County, Ohio 1719. Midwest City, Oklahoma 1674. Warren City, Ohio 1720. Noble County, Oklahoma 1675. Warrensville Heights, Ohio 1721. Nowata County, Oklahoma 1676. Washington County, Ohio 1722. Okfuskee County, Oklahoma 1677. Wayne County, Ohio 1723. Oklahoma County, Oklahoma 1678. Wickliffe City, Ohio 1724. Okmulgee County, Oklahoma 1679. Williams County, Ohio 1725. Osage County, Oklahoma 1680. Altus City, Oklahoma 1726. Ottawa County, Oklahoma 1681. Atoka County, Oklahoma 1727. Pawnee County, Oklahoma 1682. Beckham County, Oklahoma 1728. Payne County, Oklahoma 1683. Caddo County, Oklahoma 1729. Pittsburg County, Oklahoma 1684. Choctaw County, Oklahoma 1730. Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma 1685. Cimarron County, Oklahoma 1731. Rogers County, Oklahoma 1686. Cleveland County, Oklahoma 1732. Seminole County, Oklahoma 1687. Coal County, Oklahoma 1733. Shawnee City, Oklahoma 1688. Collinsville City, Oklahoma 1734. Stephens County, Oklahoma 1689. Comanche County, Oklahoma 1735. Stillwater City, Oklahoma 1690. Craig County, Oklahoma 1736. Texas County, Oklahoma 1691. Creek County, Oklahoma 1737. Tillman County, Oklahoma 1692. Custer County, Oklahoma 1738. Tulsa City, Oklahoma 1693. Delaware County, Oklahoma 1739. Tulsa County, Oklahoma 1694. Dewey County, Oklahoma 1740. Washington County, Oklahoma C-21 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1741. Woods County, Oklahoma 1781. Lower Makefield Township, 1742. Woodward County, Oklahoma Pennsylvania 1743. Yukon City, Oklahoma 1782. Luzerne County, Pennsylvania 1744. Coos County, Oregon 1783. Lycoming County, Pennsylvania 1745. Portland City, Oregon 1784. Mercer County, Pennsylvania 1746. Adams County, Pennsylvania 1785. Middletown Township, Bucks 1747. Allegheny County, Pennsylvania County, Pennsylvania 1748. Armstrong County, Pennsylvania 1786. Morrisville Borough, Pennsylvania 1749. Bedford County, Pennsylvania 1787. Nanticoke City, Pennsylvania 1750. Bensalem Township, Pennsylvania 1788. Newtown Township, Bucks County, 1751. Bradford County, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1752. Bristol Township, Pennsylvania 1789. Norristown Municipality, 1753. Bucks County, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1754. Cambria County, Pennsylvania 1790. Northampton County, Pennsylvania 1755. Carbon County, Pennsylvania 1791. Northumberland County, 1756. Chardo, District Attorney of Pennsylvania Dauphin County, Pennsylvania 1792. Philadelphia City, Pennsylvania 1757. Clarion County, Pennsylvania 1793. Pike County, Pennsylvania 1758. Clearfield County, Pennsylvania 1794. Pittsburgh City, Pennsylvania 1759. Clinton County, Pennsylvania 1795. Plains Township, Pennsylvania 1760. Coatesville City, Pennsylvania 1796. Ryan, District Attorney of Chester 1761. Columbia County, Pennsylvania County, Pennsylvania 1762. Delaware County, Pennsylvania 1797. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania 1763. Edwardsville Borough, Pennsylvania 1798. Sugar Notch Borough, Pennsylvania 1764. Erie County, Pennsylvania 1799. Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1765. Exeter Borough, Pennsylvania 1800. Warminster Township, Pennsylvania 1766. Fairview Township, Luzerne 1801. Warrington Township, Pennsylvania County, Pennsylvania 1802. Washington County, Pennsylvania 1767. Fayette County, Pennsylvania 1803. Weintraub, District Attorney of 1768. Forty Fort Borough, Pennsylvania Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1769. Franklin County, Pennsylvania 1804. West Norriton Township, 1770. Greene County, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1771. Hanover Township, Luzerne County, 1805. West Pittston, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1806. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania 1772. Hazleton City, Pennsylvania 1807. Wilkes-Bane City, Pennsylvania 1773. Hirz, District Attorney of Erie 1808. Wilkes-Bane Township, County, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 1774. Houck, District Attorney of 1809. Wright Township, Pennsylvania Northampton County, Pennsylvania 1810. Wyoming Borough, Pennsylvania 1775. Indiana County, Pennsylvania 1811. Wyoming County, Pennsylvania 1776. Kingston Borough, Pennsylvania 1812. Zappala, District Attorney of 1777. Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 1778. Lawrence County, Pennsylvania 1813. Ziccarelli, District Attorney of 1779. Lehigh County, Pennsylvania Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania 1780. Lock Haven City, Pennsylvania 1814. Aibonito Municipality, Puerto Rico 1815. Aguada Municipality, Puerto Rico C-22 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1816. Aguadilla Municipality, Puerto Rico 1851. Santa Isabel Municipality, Puerto 1817. Anasco Municipality, Puerto Rico Rico 1818. Arecibo Municipality, Puerto Rico 1852. Toa Alta Municipality, Puerto Rico 1819. Barranquitas Municipality, Puerto 1853. Trujillo Alto Municipality, Puerto Rico Rico 1820. Cabo Rojo Municipality,Puerto Rico 1854. Vega Alta Municipality, Puerto Rico 1821. Camuy Municipality, Puerto Rico 1855. Vega Baja Municipality, Puerto Rico 1822. Canovanas Municipality, Puerto 1856. Yabucoa Municipality, Puerto Rico Rico 1857. Barrington Town, Rhode Island 1823. Comerio Municipality, Puerto Rico 1858. Bristol Town, Rhode Island 1824. Dorado Municipality, Puerto Rico 1859. Burrillville Town, Rhode Island 1825. Fajardo Municipality, Puerto Rico 1860. Central Falls City, Rhode Island 1826. Guanica Municipality, Puerto Rico 1861. Charlestown Town, Rhode Island 1827. Guayanilla Municipality, Puerto 1862. Coventry Town, Rhode Island Rico 1863. Cranston City, Rhode Island 1828. Hatillo Municipality, Puerto Rico 1864. Cumberland Town, Rhode Island 1829. Isabela Municipality, Puerto Rico 1865. East Greenwich Town, Rhode Island 1830. Jayuya Municipality, Puerto Rico 1866. East Providence City, Rhode Island 1831. Juana Diaz Municipality, Puerto 1867. Foster Town, Rhode Island Rico 1868. Glocester Town, Rhode Island 1832. Juncos Municipality, Puerto Rico 1869. Hopkinton Town, Rhode Island 1833. Lares Municipality, Puerto Rico 1870. Jamestown Town, Rhode Island 1834. Las Marias Municipality, Puerto 1871. Johnston Town, Rhode Island Rico 1872. Middletown Town, Rhode Island 1835. Loiza Municipality, Puerto Rico 1873. Narragansett Town, Rhode Island 1836. Manati Municipality, Puerto Rico 1874. Newport City, Rhode Island 1837. Maricao Municipality, Puerto Rico 1875. North Kingstown Town, Rhode 1838. Moca Municipality, Puerto Rico Island 1839. Morovis Municipality, Puerto Rico 1876. North Providence Town, Rhode 1840. Orocovis Municipality, Puerto Rico Island 1841. Penuelas Municipality, Puerto Rico 1877. Pawtucket City, Rhode Island 1842. Ponce Municipality, Puerto Rico 1878. Portsmouth Town, Rhode Island 1843. Quebradillas Municipality, Puerto 1879. Richmond Town, Rhode Island Rico 1880. Scituate Town, Rhode Island 1844. Rincon Municipality, Puerto Rico 1881. Smithfield Town, Rhode Island 1845. Rio Grande Municipality, Puerto 1882. South Kingstown Town, Rhode Rico Island 1846. Sabana Grande Municipality, Puerto 1883. Warren Town, Rhode Island Rico 1884. Warwick City, Rhode Island 1847. Salinas Municipality, Puerto Rico 1885. West Greenwich Town, Rhode 1848. San German Municipality, Puerto Island Rico 1886. West Warwick Town, Rhode Island 1849. San Juan Municipality, Puerto Rico 1887. Westerly Town, Rhode Island 1850. San Lorenzo Municipality, Puerto 1888. Woonsocket City, Rhode Island Rico 1889. Abbeville County, South Carolina 1890. Aiken County, South Carolina C-23 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1891. Allendale County, South Carolina 1936. Spartanburg County, South Carolina 1892. Anderson County, South Carolina 1937. Summerville Town, South Carolina 1893. Bamberg County, South Carolina 1938. Sumter County, South Carolina 1894. Barnwell County, South Carolina 1939. Union County, South Carolina 1895. Beaufort County, South Carolina 1940. Williamsburg County, South 1896. Berkeley County, South Carolina Carolina 1897. Calhoun County, South Carolina 1941. York County, South Carolina 1898. Charleston City, South Carolina 1942. Anderson County, Tennessee 1899. Charleston County, South Carolina 1943. Arlington Town, Tennessee 1900. Cherokee County, South Carolina 1944. Bledsoe County, Tennessee 1901. Chester City, South Carolina 1945. Blount County, Tennessee 1902. Chester County, South Carolina 1946. Bradley County, Tennessee 1903. Chesterfield County, South Carolina 1947. Campbell County, Tennessee 1904. Clarendon County, South Carolina 1948. Claiborne County, Tennessee 1905. Colleton County, South Carolina 1949. Clay County, Tennessee 1906. Dillon County, South Carolina 1950. Cocke County, Tennessee 1907. Dorchester County, South Carolina 1951. Franklin County, Tennessee 1908. Edgefield County, South Carolina 1952. Gatlinburg City, Tennessee 1909. Fairfield County, South Carolina 1953. Grainger County, Tennessee 1910. Florence County, South Carolina 1954. Greene County, Tennessee 1911. Georgetown City, South Carolina 1955. Grundy County, Tennessee 1912. Georgetown County, South Carolina 1956. Hamblen County Board of 1913. Greenville County, South Carolina Education, Tennessee 1914. Greenwood County, South Carolina 1957. Hamilton County, Tennessee 1915. Hampton County, South Carolina 1958. Hancock County Board of 1916. Horny County, South Carolina Education, Tennessee 1917. Jasper County, South Carolina 1959. Hawkins County, Tennessee 1918. Kershaw County, South Carolina 1960. Jefferson County, Tennessee 1919. Lancaster County, South Carolina 1961. Knox County, Tennessee 1920. Laurens County, South Carolina 1962. Knoxville City, Tennessee 1921. Lee County, South Carolina 1963. Loudon County, Tennessee 1922. Lexington County, South Carolina 1964. Madison County, Tennessee 1923. Marion County, South Carolina 1965. Marion County, Tennessee 1924. Marlboro County, South Carolina 1966. McMinn County, Tennessee 1925. McCormick County, South Carolina 1967. Meigs County, Tennessee 1926. Mt. Pleasant Town, South Carolina 1968. Memphis City, Tennessee 1927. Myrtle Beach City, South Carolina 1969. Millington City, Tennessee 1928. Newberry County, South Carolina 1970. Monroe County, Tennessee 1929. North Charleston City, South 1971. Polk County, Tennessee Carolina 1972. Rhea County, Tennessee 1930. Oconee County, South Carolina 1973. Roane County, Tennessee 1931. Orangeburg City, South Carolina 1974. Rutherford County, Tennessee 1932. Orangeburg County, South Carolina 1975. Rutledge Town, Tennessee 1933. Pickens County, South Carolina 1976. Sequatchie County, Tennessee 1934. Richland County, South Carolina 1977. Sevier County, Tennessee 1935. Saluda County, South Carolina 1978. Shelby County, Tennessee C-24 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 1979. Union County, Tennessee 2015. Rusk County, Texas 1980. Washington County, Tennessee 2016. San Antonio City, Texas 1981. Williamson County, Tennessee 2017. Smith County, Texas 1982. Angelina County, Texas 2018. Stephens County, Texas 1983. Bailey County, Texas 2019. Tarrant County, Texas 1984. Bexar County, Texas 2020. Tarrant County Hospital District 1985. Bowie County, Texas d/b/a JPS Health, Texas 1986. Brazos County, Texas 2021. Titus County, Texas 1987. Camp County, Texas 2022. Walker County, Texas 1988. Cherokee County, Texas 2023. Webb County, Texas 1989. Clay County, Texas 2024. Wichita County, Texas 1990. Coryell County, Texas 2025. Williamson County, Texas 1991. Dallas County, Texas 2026. Zavala County, Texas 1992. Dallas County Hospital District d/b/a 2027. Cache County, Utah Parkland Health Hospital System, 2028. Sevier County, Utah Texas 2029. Summit County, Utah 1993. Duval County, Texas 2030. Tooele County, Utah 1994. Eagle Pass City, Texas 2031. Uintah County, Utah 1995. El Campo Memorial Hospital/West 2032. Utah County, Utah Wharton County Hospital District, 2033. Wasatch County, Utah Texas 2034. Washington County, Utah 1996. Ellis County, Texas 2035. Weber County, Utah 1997. Freestone County, Texas 2036. Bennington Town, Vermont 1998. Guadalupe Valley Hospital a/k/a 2037. St. Albans City, Vermont Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, 2038. Accomack County, Virginia Texas 2039. Alexandria City, Virginia 1999. Harris County Hospital District d/b/a 2040. Alleghany County, Virginia Harris Health System, Texas 2041. Amherst County, Virginia 2000. Henderson County, Texas 2042. Arlington County, Virginia 2001. Jim Hogg County, Texas 2043. Botetourt County, Virginia 2002. Jim Wells County, Texas 2044. Bristol City, Virginia 2003. Johnson County, Texas 2045. Buchanan County, Virginia 2004. Kaufman County, Texas 2046. Buena Vista City, Virginia 2005. Kleberg County, Texas 2047. Carroll County, Virginia 2006. Lamar County, Texas 2048. Charlotte County, Virginia 2007. Laredo City, Texas 2049. Chesapeake City, Virginia 2008. Maverick County, Texas 2050. Chesterfield County, Virginia 2009. McLennan County, Texas 2051. Covington City, Virginia 2010. Montgomery County, Texas 2052. Culpeper County, Virginia 2011. Ochiltree County Hospital District, 2053. Cumberland County, Virginia Texas 2054. Danville City, Virginia 2012. Palo Pinto County Hospital District 2055. Dickenson County, Virginia a/k/a Palo Pinto General Hospital, 2056. Dinwiddie County, Virginia Texas 2057. Emporia City, Virginia 2013. Polk County, Texas 2058. Fairfax City, Virginia 2014. Rockwall County, Texas 2059. Fairfax County, Virginia C-25 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 2060. Fauquier County, Virginia 2106. Virginia Beach City, Virginia 2061. Floyd County, Virginia 2107. Warren County, Virginia 2062. Franklin County, Virginia 2108. Washington County, Virginia 2063. Frederick County, Virginia 2109. Waynesboro City, Virginia 2064. Fredericksburg City, Virginia 2110. Westmoreland County, Virginia 2065. Galax City, Virginia 2111. Winchester City, Virginia 2066. Giles County, Virginia 2112. Wise County, Virginia 2067. Goochland County, Virginia 2113. Wythe County, Virginia 2068. Greensville County, Virginia 2114. Bainbridge Island City, Washington 2069. Halifax County, Virginia 2115. Chelan County, Washington 2070. Henrico County, Virginia 2116. Franklin County, Washington 2071. Henry County, Virginia 2117. Island County, Washington 2072. Hopewell City, Virginia 2118. Jefferson County, Washington 2073. Isle of Wight County, Virginia 2119. King County, Washington 2074. King& Queen County, Virginia 2120. Kitsap County, Washington 2075. Lee County, Virginia 2121. Lewis County, Washington 2076. Lexington City, Virginia 2122. Pierce County, Washington 2077. Loudoun County, Virginia 2123. Spokane City, Washington 2078. Louisa County, Virginia 2124. Spokane County, Washington 2079. Madison County, Virginia 2125. Tacoma City, Washington 2080. Martinsville City, Virginia 2126. Thurston County, Washington 2081. Mecklenburg County, Virginia 2127. Walla Walla County, Washington 2082. Montgomery County, Virginia 2128. Whatcom County, Washington 2083. Norfolk City, Virginia 2129. Adams County, Wisconsin 2084. Northampton County, Virginia 2130. Ashland County, Wisconsin 2085. Northumberland County, Virginia 2131. Barron County, Wisconsin 2086. Norton City, Virginia 2132. Bayfield County, Wisconsin 2087. Page County, Virginia 2133. Brown County, Wisconsin 2088. Patrick County, Virginia 2134. Buffalo County, Wisconsin 2089. Pittsylvania County, Virginia 2135. Burnett County, Wisconsin 2090. Portsmouth City, Virginia 2136. Calumet County, Wisconsin 2091. Prince George County, Virginia 2137. Chippewa County, Wisconsin 2092. Prince William County, Virginia 2138. Clark County, Wisconsin 2093. Pulaski County, Virginia 2139. Columbia County, Wisconsin 2094. Radford City, Virginia 2140. Crawford County, Wisconsin 2095. Richmond City, Virginia 2141. Cudahy City, Wisconsin 2096. Richmond County, Virginia 2142. Dane County, Wisconsin 2097. Roanoke City, Virginia 2143. Dodge County, Wisconsin 2098. Roanoke County, Virginia 2144. Door County, Wisconsin 2099. Rockbridge County, Virginia 2145. Douglas County, Wisconsin 2100. Salem City, Virginia 2146. Dunn County, Wisconsin 2101. Scott County, Virginia 2147. Eau Claire County, Wisconsin 2102. Shenandoah County, Virginia 2148. Florence County, Wisconsin 2103. Smyth County, Virginia 2149. Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin 2104. Stafford County, Virginia 2150. Forest County, Wisconsin 2105. Tazewell County, Virginia 2151. Franklin City, Wisconsin C-26 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 2152. Grant County, Wisconsin 2198. Taylor County, Wisconsin 2153. Green County, Wisconsin 2199. Trempealeau County, Wisconsin 2154. Green Lake County, Wisconsin 2200. Vernon County, Wisconsin 2155. Greenfield City, Wisconsin 2201. Vilas County, Wisconsin 2156. Iowa County, Wisconsin 2202. Walworth County, Wisconsin 2157. lion County, Wisconsin 2203. Washburn County, Wisconsin 2158. Jackson County, Wisconsin 2204. Washington County, Wisconsin 2159. Jefferson County, Wisconsin 2205. Waukesha County, Wisconsin 2160. Juneau County, Wisconsin 2206. Waupaca County, Wisconsin 2161. Kenosha City, Wisconsin 2207. Waushara County, Wisconsin 2162. Kenosha County, Wisconsin 2208. West Allis City, Wisconsin 2163. Kewaunee County, Wisconsin 2209. Winnebago County, Wisconsin 2164. La Crosse County, Wisconsin 2210. Wood County, Wisconsin 2165. Lafayette County, Wisconsin 2211. Sheridan City, Wyoming 2166. Langlade County, Wisconsin 2167. Lincoln County, Wisconsin 2168. Manitowoc County, Wisconsin 2169. Marathon County, Wisconsin 2170. Marinette City, Wisconsin 2171. Marinette County, Wisconsin 2172. Marquette County, Wisconsin 2173. Menominee County, Wisconsin 2174. Milwaukee City, Wisconsin 2175. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin 2176. Monroe County, Wisconsin 2177. Oak Creek City, Wisconsin 2178. Oconto County, Wisconsin 2179. Oneida County, Wisconsin 2180. Outagamie County, Wisconsin 2181. Ozaukee County, Wisconsin 2182. Pepin County, Wisconsin 2183. Pierce County, Wisconsin 2184. Pleasant Prairie Village, Wisconsin 2185. Portage County, Wisconsin 2186. Price County, Wisconsin 2187. Racine County, Wisconsin 2188. Richland County, Wisconsin 2189. Rock County, Wisconsin 2190. Rusk County, Wisconsin 2191. Sauk County, Wisconsin 2192. Sawyer County, Wisconsin 2193. Shawano County, Wisconsin 2194. Sheboygan County, Wisconsin 2195. South Milwaukee City, Wisconsin 2196. St. Croix County, Wisconsin 2197. Superior City, Wisconsin C-27 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT D [Intentionally Omitted] D-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT E List of Opioid Remediation Uses Schedule A Core Strategies Settling States and Participating Subdivisions listed on Exhibit G may choose from among the abatement strategies listed in Schedule B. However,priority may be given to the following core abatement strategies ("Core Strategies").1 A. NALOXONE OR OTHER FDA-APPROVED DRUG TO REVERSE OPIOID OVERDOSES 1. Expand training for first responders, schools, community support groups and families; and 2. Increase distribution to individuals who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover the needed service. B. MEDICATION-ASSISTED TREATMENT ("MAT") DISTRIBUTION AND OTHER OPIOID-RELATED TREATMENT 1. Increase distribution of MAT to individuals who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover the needed service; 2. Provide education to school-based and youth-focused programs that discourage or prevent misuse; 3. Provide MAT education and awareness training to healthcare providers, EMTs, law enforcement, and other first responders; and 4. Provide treatment and recovery support services such as residential and inpatient treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, outpatient therapy or counseling, and recovery housing that allow or integrate medication and with other support services. 'As used in this Schedule A,words like"expand,""fund,""provide"or the like shall not indicate a preference for new or existing programs. E-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 C. PREGNANT & POSTPARTUM WOMEN 1. Expand Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment("SBIRT") services to non-Medicaid eligible or uninsured pregnant women; 2. Expand comprehensive evidence-based treatment and recovery services, including MAT, for women with co- occurring Opioid Use Disorder("OUD") and other Substance Use Disorder("SUD")/Mental Health disorders for uninsured individuals for up to 12 months postpartum; and 3. Provide comprehensive wrap-around services to individuals with OUD, including housing, transportation,job placement/training, and childcare. D. EXPANDING TREATMENT FOR NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME ("NAS") 1. Expand comprehensive evidence-based and recovery support for NAS babies; 2. Expand services for better continuum of care with infant- need dyad; and 3. Expand long-term treatment and services for medical monitoring of NAS babies and their families. E. EXPANSION OF WARM HAND-OFF PROGRAMS AND RECOVERY SERVICES 1. Expand services such as navigators and on-call teams to begin MAT in hospital emergency departments; 2. Expand warm hand-off services to transition to recovery services; 3. Broaden scope of recovery services to include co-occurring SUD or mental health conditions; 4. Provide comprehensive wrap-around services to individuals in recovery, including housing, transportation,job placement/training, and childcare; and E-2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 5. Hire additional social workers or other behavioral health workers to facilitate expansions above. F. TREATMENT FOR INCARCERATED POPULATION 1. Provide evidence-based treatment and recovery support, including MAT for persons with OUD and co-occurring SUD/MH disorders within and transitioning out of the criminal justice system; and 2. Increase funding for jails to provide treatment to inmates with OUD. G. PREVENTION PROGRAMS 1. Funding for media campaigns to prevent opioid use (similar to the FDA's "Real Cost" campaign to prevent youth from misusing tobacco); 2. Funding for evidence-based prevention programs in schools; 3. Funding for medical provider education and outreach regarding best prescribing practices for opioids consistent with the CDC guidelines, including providers at hospitals (academic detailing); 4. Funding for community drug disposal programs; and 5. Funding and training for first responders to participate in pre- arrest diversion programs,post-overdose response teams, or similar strategies that connect at-risk individuals to behavioral health services and supports. H. EXPANDING SYRINGE SERVICE PROGRAMS 1. Provide comprehensive syringe services programs with more wrap-around services, including linkage to OUD treatment, access to sterile syringes and linkage to care and treatment of infectious diseases. I. EVIDENCE-BASED DATA COLLECTION AND RESEARCH ANALYZING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ABATEMENT STRATEGIES WITHIN THE STATE E-3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Schedule B Approved Uses Support treatment of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and any co-occurring Substance Use Disorder or Mental Health(SUD/MH) conditions through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, the following: PART ONE: TREATMENT A. TREAT OPIOID USE DISORDER(OUD) Support treatment of Opioid Use Disorder ("OUD") and any co-occurring Substance Use Disorder or Mental Health ("SUD/MH") conditions through evidence-based or evidence- informed programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, those that:2 1. Expand availability of treatment for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including all forms of Medication-Assisted Treatment ("MAT') approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 2. Support and reimburse evidence-based services that adhere to the American Society of Addiction Medicine ("ASAM') continuum of care for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 3. Expand telehealth to increase access to treatment for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including MAT, as well as counseling,psychiatric support, and other treatment and recovery support services. 4. Improve oversight of Opioid Treatment Programs ("OTPs")to assure evidence-based or evidence-informed practices such as adequate methadone dosing and low threshold approaches to treatment. 5. Support mobile intervention, treatment, and recovery services, offered by qualified professionals and service providers, such as peer recovery coaches, for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions and for persons who have experienced an opioid overdose. 6. Provide treatment of trauma for individuals with OUD (e.g., violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or adverse childhood experiences) and family members (e.g., surviving family members after an overdose or overdose fatality), and training of health care personnel to identify and address such trauma. 2 As used in this Schedule B,words like"expand,""fund,""provide"or the like shall not indicate a preference for new or existing programs. E-4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 7. Support evidence-based withdrawal management services for people with OUD and any co-occurring mental health conditions. 8. Provide training on MAT for health care providers, first responders, students, or other supporting professionals, such as peer recovery coaches or recovery outreach specialists, including telementoring to assist community-based providers in rural or underserved areas. 9. Support workforce development for addiction professionals who work with persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 10. Offer fellowships for addiction medicine specialists for direct patient care, instructors, and clinical research for treatments. 11. Offer scholarships and supports for behavioral health practitioners or workers involved in addressing OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH or mental health conditions, including,but not limited to, training, scholarships, fellowships, loan repayment programs, or other incentives for providers to work in rural or underserved areas. 12. Provide funding and training for clinicians to obtain a waiver under the federal Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 ("DATA 2000")to prescribe MAT for OUD, and provide technical assistance and professional support to clinicians who have obtained a DATA 2000 waiver. 13. Disseminate web-based training curricula, such as the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry's Provider Clinical Support Service—Opioids web-based training curriculum and motivational interviewing. 14. Develop and disseminate new curricula, such as the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry's Provider Clinical Support Service for Medication—Assisted Treatment. B. SUPPORT PEOPLE IN TREATMENT AND RECOVERY Support people in recovery from OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the programs or strategies that: 1. Provide comprehensive wrap-around services to individuals with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, including housing, transportation, education,job placement,job training, or childcare. 2. Provide the full continuum of care of treatment and recovery services for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including supportive housing,peer support E-5 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 services and counseling, community navigators, case management, and connections to community-based services. 3. Provide counseling,peer-support, recovery case management and residential treatment with access to medications for those who need it to persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 4. Provide access to housing for people with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including supportive housing, recovery housing, housing assistance programs, training for housing providers, or recovery housing programs that allow or integrate FDA-approved mediation with other support services. 5. Provide community support services, including social and legal services, to assist in deinstitutionalizing persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 6. Support or expand peer-recovery centers, which may include support groups, social events, computer access, or other services for persons with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions. 7. Provide or support transportation to treatment or recovery programs or services for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 8. Provide employment training or educational services for persons in treatment for or recovery from OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 9. Identify successful recovery programs such as physician,pilot, and college recovery programs, and provide support and technical assistance to increase the number and capacity of high-quality programs to help those in recovery. 10. Engage non-profits, faith-based communities, and community coalitions to support people in treatment and recovery and to support family members in their efforts to support the person with OUD in the family. 11. Provide training and development of procedures for government staff to appropriately interact and provide social and other services to individuals with or in recovery from OUD, including reducing stigma. 12. Support stigma reduction efforts regarding treatment and support for persons with OUD, including reducing the stigma on effective treatment. 13. Create or support culturally appropriate services and programs for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including new Americans. 14. Create and/or support recovery high schools. E-6 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 15. Hire or train behavioral health workers to provide or expand any of the services or supports listed above. C. CONNECT PEOPLE WHO NEED HELP TO THE HELP THEY NEED (CONNECTIONS TO CARE) Provide connections to care for people who have—or are at risk of developing—OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, those that: 1. Ensure that health care providers are screening for OUD and other risk factors and know how to appropriately counsel and treat(or refer if necessary) a patient for OUD treatment. 2. Fund SBIRT programs to reduce the transition from use to disorders, including SBIRT services to pregnant women who are uninsured or not eligible for Medicaid. 3. Provide training and long-term implementation of SBIRT in key systems (health, schools, colleges, criminal justice, and probation), with a focus on youth and young adults when transition from misuse to opioid disorder is common. 4. Purchase automated versions of SBIRT and support ongoing costs of the technology. 5. Expand services such as navigators and on-call teams to begin MAT in hospital emergency departments. 6. Provide training for emergency room personnel treating opioid overdose patients on post-discharge planning, including community referrals for MAT, recovery case management or support services. 7. Support hospital programs that transition persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, or persons who have experienced an opioid overdose, into clinically appropriate follow-up care through a bridge clinic or similar approach. 8. Support crisis stabilization centers that serve as an alternative to hospital emergency departments for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions or persons that have experienced an opioid overdose. 9. Support the work of Emergency Medical Systems, including peer support specialists, to connect individuals to treatment or other appropriate services following an opioid overdose or other opioid-related adverse event. 10. Provide funding for peer support specialists or recovery coaches in emergency departments, detox facilities, recovery centers, recovery housing, or similar settings; offer services, supports, or connections to care to persons with OUD and any co- E-7 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 occurring SUD/MH conditions or to persons who have experienced an opioid overdose. 11. Expand warm hand-off services to transition to recovery services. 12. Create or support school-based contacts that parents can engage with to seek immediate treatment services for their child; and support prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery programs focused on young people. 13. Develop and support best practices on addressing OUD in the workplace. 14. Support assistance programs for health care providers with OUD. 15. Engage non-profits and the faith community as a system to support outreach for treatment. 16. Support centralized call centers that provide information and connections to appropriate services and supports for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. D. ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE-INVOLVED PERSONS Address the needs of persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions who are involved in, are at risk of becoming involved in, or are transitioning out of the criminal justice system through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, those that: 1. Support pre-arrest or pre-arraignment diversion and deflection strategies for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including established strategies such as: 1. Self-referral strategies such as the Angel Programs or the Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative ("PAARI"); 2. Active outreach strategies such as the Drug Abuse Response Team ("DART') model; 3. "Naloxone Plus" strategies, which work to ensure that individuals who have received naloxone to reverse the effects of an overdose are then linked to treatment programs or other appropriate services; 4. Officer prevention strategies, such as the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion ("LEAD")model; E-8 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 5. Officer intervention strategies such as the Leon County, Florida Adult Civil Citation Network or the Chicago Westside Narcotics Diversion to Treatment Initiative; or 6. Co-responder and/or alternative responder models to address OUD-related 911 calls with greater SUD expertise. 2. Support pre-trial services that connect individuals with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions to evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, and related services. 3. Support treatment and recovery courts that provide evidence-based options for persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 4. Provide evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, recovery support, harm reduction, or other appropriate services to individuals with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions who are incarcerated in jail or prison. 5. Provide evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, recovery support, harm reduction, or other appropriate services to individuals with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions who are leaving jail or prison or have recently left jail or prison, are on probation or parole, are under community corrections supervision, or are in re-entry programs or facilities. 6. Support critical time interventions ("CTI"),particularly for individuals living with dual-diagnosis OUD/serious mental illness, and services for individuals who face immediate risks and service needs and risks upon release from correctional settings. 7. Provide training on best practices for addressing the needs of criminal justice- involved persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions to law enforcement, correctional, or judicial personnel or to providers of treatment, recovery, harm reduction, case management, or other services offered in connection with any of the strategies described in this section. E. ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF PREGNANT OR PARENTING WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES, INCLUDING BABIES WITH NEONATAL ABSTINENCE SYNDROME Address the needs of pregnant or parenting women with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, and the needs of their families, including babies with neonatal abstinence syndrome ("NAS"), through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, those that: 1. Support evidence-based or evidence-informed treatment, including MAT, recovery services and supports, and prevention services for pregnant women—or women who E-9 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 could become pregnant—who have OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, and other measures to educate and provide support to families affected by Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. 2. Expand comprehensive evidence-based treatment and recovery services, including MAT, for uninsured women with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions for up to 12 months postpartum. 3. Provide training for obstetricians or other healthcare personnel who work with pregnant women and their families regarding treatment of OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 4. Expand comprehensive evidence-based treatment and recovery support for NAS babies; expand services for better continuum of care with infant-need dyad; and expand long-term treatment and services for medical monitoring of NAS babies and their families. 5. Provide training to health care providers who work with pregnant or parenting women on best practices for compliance with federal requirements that children born with NAS get referred to appropriate services and receive a plan of safe care. 6. Provide child and family supports for parenting women with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions. 7. Provide enhanced family support and child care services for parents with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 8. Provide enhanced support for children and family members suffering trauma as a result of addiction in the family; and offer trauma-informed behavioral health treatment for adverse childhood events. 9. Offer home-based wrap-around services to persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, including,but not limited to,parent skills training. 10. Provide support for Children's Services—Fund additional positions and services, including supportive housing and other residential services, relating to children being removed from the home and/or placed in foster care due to custodial opioid use. PART TWO: PREVENTION E-10 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 F. PREVENT OVER-PRESCRIBING AND ENSURE APPROPRIATE PRESCRIBING AND DISPENSING OF OPIOIDS Support efforts to prevent over-prescribing and ensure appropriate prescribing and dispensing of opioids through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, the following: 1. Funding medical provider education and outreach regarding best prescribing practices for opioids consistent with the Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including providers at hospitals (academic detailing). 2. Training for health care providers regarding safe and responsible opioid prescribing, dosing, and tapering patients off opioids. 3. Continuing Medical Education (CME) on appropriate prescribing of opioids. 4. Providing Support for non-opioid pain treatment alternatives, including training providers to offer or refer to multi-modal, evidence-informed treatment of pain. 5. Supporting enhancements or improvements to Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs ("PDMPs"), including,but not limited to, improvements that: 1. Increase the number of prescribers using PDMPs; 2. Improve point-of-care decision-making by increasing the quantity, quality, or format of data available to prescribers using PDMPs,by improving the interface that prescribers use to access PDMP data, or both; or 3. Enable states to use PDMP data in support of surveillance or intervention strategies, including MAT referrals and follow-up for individuals identified within PDMP data as likely to experience OUD in a manner that complies with all relevant privacy and security laws and rules. 6. Ensuring PDMPs incorporate available overdose/naloxone deployment data, including the United States Department of Transportation's Emergency Medical Technician overdose database in a manner that complies with all relevant privacy and security laws and rules. 7. Increasing electronic prescribing to prevent diversion or forgery. 8. Educating dispensers on appropriate opioid dispensing. E-11 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 G. PREVENT MISUSE OF OPIOIDS Support efforts to discourage or prevent misuse of opioids through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Funding media campaigns to prevent opioid misuse. 2. Corrective advertising or affirmative public education campaigns based on evidence. 3. Public education relating to drug disposal. 4. Drug take-back disposal or destruction programs. 5. Funding community anti-drug coalitions that engage in drug prevention efforts. 6. Supporting community coalitions in implementing evidence-informed prevention, such as reduced social access and physical access, stigma reduction—including staffing, educational campaigns, support for people in treatment or recovery, or training of coalitions in evidence-informed implementation, including the Strategic Prevention Framework developed by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration("SAMHSA"). 7. Engaging non-profits and faith-based communities as systems to support prevention. 8. Funding evidence-based prevention programs in schools or evidence-informed school and community education programs and campaigns for students, families, school employees, school athletic programs,parent-teacher and student associations, and others. 9. School-based or youth-focused programs or strategies that have demonstrated effectiveness in preventing drug misuse and seem likely to be effective in preventing the uptake and use of opioids. 10. Create or support community-based education or intervention services for families, youth, and adolescents at risk for OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 11. Support evidence-informed programs or curricula to address mental health needs of young people who may be at risk of misusing opioids or other drugs, including emotional modulation and resilience skills. 12. Support greater access to mental health services and supports for young people, including services and supports provided by school nurses, behavioral health workers or other school staff, to address mental health needs in young people that(when not properly addressed) increase the risk of opioid or another drug misuse. E-12 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 H. PREVENT OVERDOSE DEATHS AND OTHER HARMS (HARM REDUCTION) Support efforts to prevent or reduce overdose deaths or other opioid-related harms through evidence-based or evidence-informed programs or strategies that may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Increased availability and distribution of naloxone and other drugs that treat overdoses for first responders, overdose patients, individuals with OUD and their friends and family members, schools, community navigators and outreach workers, persons being released from jail or prison, or other members of the general public. 2. Public health entities providing free naloxone to anyone in the community. 3. Training and education regarding naloxone and other drugs that treat overdoses for first responders, overdose patients, patients taking opioids, families, schools, community support groups, and other members of the general public. 4. Enabling school nurses and other school staff to respond to opioid overdoses, and provide them with naloxone, training, and support. 5. Expanding, improving, or developing data tracking software and applications for overdoses/naloxone revivals. 6. Public education relating to emergency responses to overdoses. 7. Public education relating to immunity and Good Samaritan laws. 8. Educating first responders regarding the existence and operation of immunity and Good Samaritan laws. 9. Syringe service programs and other evidence-informed programs to reduce harms associated with intravenous drug use, including supplies, staffing, space,peer support services, referrals to treatment, fentanyl checking, connections to care, and the full range of harm reduction and treatment services provided by these programs. 10. Expanding access to testing and treatment for infectious diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis C resulting from intravenous opioid use. 11. Supporting mobile units that offer or provide referrals to harm reduction services, treatment, recovery supports, health care, or other appropriate services to persons that use opioids or persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. 12. Providing training in harm reduction strategies to health care providers, students,peer recovery coaches, recovery outreach specialists, or other professionals that provide care to persons who use opioids or persons with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions. E-13 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 13. Supporting screening for fentanyl in routine clinical toxicology testing. PART THREE: OTHER STRATEGIES I. FIRST RESPONDERS In addition to items in section C, D and H relating to first responders, support the following: 1. Education of law enforcement or other first responders regarding appropriate practices and precautions when dealing with fentanyl or other drugs. 2. Provision of wellness and support services for first responders and others who experience secondary trauma associated with opioid-related emergency events. J. LEADERSHIP, PLANNING AND COORDINATION Support efforts to provide leadership, planning, coordination, facilitations, training and technical assistance to abate the opioid epidemic through activities, programs, or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, the following: 1. Statewide, regional, local or community regional planning to identify root causes of addiction and overdose, goals for reducing harms related to the opioid epidemic, and areas and populations with the greatest needs for treatment intervention services, and to support training and technical assistance and other strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 2. A dashboard to (a) share reports, recommendations, or plans to spend opioid settlement funds; (b)to show how opioid settlement funds have been spent; (c)to report program or strategy outcomes; or(d)to track, share or visualize key opioid- or health-related indicators and supports as identified through collaborative statewide, regional, local or community processes. 3. Invest in infrastructure or staffing at government or not-for-profit agencies to support collaborative, cross-system coordination with the purpose of preventing overprescribing, opioid misuse, or opioid overdoses, treating those with OUD and any co-occurring SUD/MH conditions, supporting them in treatment or recovery, connecting them to care, or implementing other strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 4. Provide resources to staff government oversight and management of opioid abatement programs. E-14 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 K. TRAINING In addition to the training referred to throughout this document, support training to abate the opioid epidemic through activities,programs, or strategies that may include,but are not limited to, those that: 1. Provide funding for staff training or networking programs and services to improve the capability of government, community, and not-for-profit entities to abate the opioid crisis. 2. Support infrastructure and staffing for collaborative cross-system coordination to prevent opioid misuse,prevent overdoses, and treat those with OUD and any co- occurring SUD/MH conditions, or implement other strategies to abate the opioid epidemic described in this opioid abatement strategy list(e.g., health care, primary care,pharmacies, PDMPs, etc.). L. RESEARCH Support opioid abatement research that may include,but is not limited to, the following: 1. Monitoring, surveillance, data collection and evaluation of programs and strategies described in this opioid abatement strategy list. 2. Research non-opioid treatment of chronic pain. 3. Research on improved service delivery for modalities such as SBIRT that demonstrate promising but mixed results in populations vulnerable to opioid use disorders. 4. Research on novel harm reduction and prevention efforts such as the provision of fentanyl test strips. 5. Research on innovative supply-side enforcement efforts such as improved detection of mail-based delivery of synthetic opioids. 6. Expanded research on swift/certain/fair models to reduce and deter opioid misuse within criminal justice populations that build upon promising approaches used to address other substances (e.g., Hawaii HOPE and Dakota 24/7). 7. Epidemiological surveillance of OUD-related behaviors in critical populations, including individuals entering the criminal justice system, including, but not limited to approaches modeled on the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring ("ADAM") system. 8. Qualitative and quantitative research regarding public health risks and harm reduction opportunities within illicit drug markets, including surveys of market participants who sell or distribute illicit opioids. E-15 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Geospatial analysis of access barriers to MAT and their association with treatment engagement and treatment outcomes E-16 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT F Exhibit F-1: List of States and State Global Allocation Percentage Alabama 1.5958653635% Alaska 0.2283101787% American Samoa 0.0171221696% Arizona 2.3755949882% Arkansas 0.9322152924% California 9.9213830698% Colorado 1.6616291219% Connecticut 1.2938102647% Delaware 0.4420285052% District of Columbia 0.1799774824% Florida 7.0259134409% Georgia 2.7882080114% Guam 0.0480366565% Hawaii 0.3246488040% Idaho 0.4919080117% Illinois 3.3263363702% Indiana 2.2168933059% Iowa 0.7419256132% Kansas 0.7840793410% Kentucky 1.9963344879% Louisiana 1.4650905059% Maine 0.5293231313% Maryland 2.1106090494% Massachusetts 2.3035761083% Michigan 3.4020234989% Minnesota 1.2972597706% Mississippi 0.8624327860% Missouri 2.0056475170% Montana 0.3125481816% N. Mariana Islands 0.0167059202% Nebraska 0.4171546352% Nevada 1.2017657135% New Hampshire 0.5784834777% New Jersey 2.7551354545% New Mexico 0.7989379794% New York 5.3903813405% F-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 North Carolina 3.2502525994% North Dakota 0.1700251989% Ohio 4.3567051408% Oklahoma 1.5322312508% Oregon 1.3741405009% Pennsylvania 4.5882419559% Puerto Rico 0.7101195950% Rhode Island 0.4465429178% South Carolina 1.5393083548% South Dakota 0.1982071487% Tennessee 2.6881474977% Texas 6.2932157196% Utah 1.1466798699% Vermont 0.2544890561% Virgin Islands 0.0315673573% Virginia 2.2801150757% Washington 2.3189040182% West Virginia 1.0567416533% Wisconsin 1.7582560561% Wyoming 0.1668134842% F-2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Exhibit F-2: Adjusted Allocation Percentages (to be multiplied by$4,279,160,837) Alabama 1.7662713506% Alaska 0.2526890657% American Samoa 0.0189504693% Arizona 2.6292602523% Arkansas 1.0317569396% California 10.9807851434% Colorado 1.8390573418% Connecticut 1.4319629061% Delaware 0.4892281659% District of Columbia 0.1991954197% Georgia 3.0859319606% Guam 0.0531659951% Hawaii 0.3593146982% Idaho 0.5444337900% Illinois 3.6815214914% Indiana 2.4536124557% Iowa 0.8211481901% Kansas 0.8678030794% Kentucky 2.2095024385% Louisiana 1.6215323960% Maine 0.5858440840% Maryland 2.3359792007% Massachusetts 2.5495512198% Michigan 3.7652904672% Minnesota 1.4357807492% Mississippi 0.9545230798% Missouri 2.2198099098% Montana 0.3459219753% N. Mariana Islands 0.0184897729% Nebraska 0.4616982721% Nevada 1.3300898675% New Hampshire 0.6402537562% New Jersey 3.0493279268% New York 5.1179635833% North Carolina 3.5973135202% North Dakota 0.1881804346% Ohio 4.8219127059% Oklahoma 1.6958424079% F-3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Oregon 1.5208707790% Pennsylvania 5.0781729473% Puerto Rico 0.7859459356% Rhode Island 0.4942246260% South Carolina 1.7036752028% South Dakota 0.2193716438% Tennessee 2.9751870176% Texas 6.9652032577% Utah 1.2691219754% Vermont 0.2816633151% Virgin Islands 0.0349381095% Virginia 2.5235850256% Washington 2.5665158389% Wisconsin 1.9460020688% Wyoming 0.1846257740% F-4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 EXHIBIT G Subdivisions Eligible to Receive Direct Allocations from the Subdivision Fund and Default Subdivision Fund Allocation Percentages The Subdivisions set forth on this Exhibit G are eligible to receive direct allocations from the Subdivision Fund, if such Subdivisions are otherwise eligible to receive such funds under this Agreement. By default, the Subdivisions set forth on this Exhibit G shall include all Subdivisions set forth on Exhibit G of the national opioid settlement agreement dated July 21,2021 with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., et al., including all amendments up to the Preliminary Agreement Date of this Agreement. A State may elect to add any additional Subdivisions to this Exhibit G at any time prior to the Initial Subdivision Participation Date. Immediately upon the effectiveness of any State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3 (or upon the effectiveness of an amendment to any State-Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3)that addresses allocation from the Subdivision Fund, whether before or after the Initial Subdivision Participation Date, this Exhibit G will automatically be amended to reflect the allocation from the Subdivision Fund pursuant to the State- Subdivision Agreement, Allocation Statute, Statutory Trust, or voluntary redistribution allowed by Section V.D.3. For the avoidance of doubt, inclusion on this Exhibit G shall not create any claim for any amount of the Settlement Fund, and no such amounts shall be allocated or distributed to any Subdivision included herein if such Subdivision does not otherwise meet all requirements to receive any such funds pursuant to the Agreement. G-1 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL1 Abbeville City,Alabama 0.05373276788371% AL2 Alabaster City,Alabama 0.50906155914420% AL3 Albertville City,Alabama 0.30073173498551% AL4 Alexander City,Alabama 0.31021586558805% AL5 Anniston City,Alabama 0.80101152336447% AL6 Arab City,Alabama 0.19249341507944% AL7 Argo Town,Alabama 0.02394095067075% AL8 Ashland Town,Alabama 0.03903714157458% AL9 Ashville City,Alabama 0.01799180180480% AL10 Athens City,Alabama 0.34982234331958% AL11 Attalla City,Alabama 0.16452490218524% AL12 Auburn City,Alabama 0.49379760320342% AL13 Autauga County,Alabama 0.25196509791885% AL14 Baldwin County,Alabama 1.47023732753838% AL15 Barbour County,Alabama 0.07277031699064% AL235 Bay Minette City,Alabama 0.12614031368064% AL16 Berry Town,Alabama 0.02060389726110% AL17 Bessemer City,Alabama 0.58643322270761% AL18 Bibb County,Alabama 0.32904730429155% AL19 Birmingham City,Alabama 4.18442675390468% AL20 Blount County,Alabama 0.74378299576171% AL21 Boaz City,Alabama 0.16593254403002% AL22 Brent City,Alabama 0.06233303941215% AL236 Brewton City,Alabama 0.22130588319049% AL23 Bridgeport City,Alabama 0.00151300231408% AL24 Brookwood Town,Alabama 0.00696629136887% AL25 Brundidge City,Alabama 0.01089862331296% AL26 Bullock County,Alabama 0.06418709145492% AL27 Butler County,Alabama 0.05373624201937% AL28 Butler Town,Alabama 0.08203304449913% AL29 Calera City,Alabama 0.24319709382201% AL30 Calhoun County,Alabama 0.73004532177506% AL31 Camp Hill Town,Alabama 0.00607441256105% AL32 Carbon Hill City,Alabama 0.09325758719295% AL33 Cedar Bluff Town,Alabama 0.05726177540570% AL34 Center Point City,Alabama 0.01073160505284% AL35 Centre City,Alabama 0.14450358825257% AL36 Centreville City,Alabama 0.02291656767950% AL37 Chambers County,Alabama 0.42645541213545% AL39 Cherokee County,Alabama 0.30474566041478% AL40 Cherokee Town,Alabama 0.00837480986470% AL41 Chickasaw City,Alabama 0.08065098787772% AL237 Childersburg City,Alabama 0.09673766459870% AL42 Chilton County,Alabama 0.65834253848868% AL43 Choctaw County,Alabama 0.12575403525127% AL44 Clanton City,Alabama 0.16879497206515% AL45 Clarke County,Alabama 0.24012462668797% AL46 Clay County,Alabama 0.16558350703617% AL47 Cleburne County,Alabama 0.20515352257755% G-2 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL48 Cleveland Town,Alabama 0.01274799988344% AL49 Coffee County,Alabama 0.31178909707642% AL50 Colbert County,Alabama 0.31838531182613% AL238 Columbiana City,Alabama 0.05006719760858% AL51 Conecuh County,Alabama 0.15445396734178% AL52 Coosa County,Alabama 0.12178647492221% AL53 Cordova City,Alabama 0.09563175305939% AL54 Covington County,Alabama 0.45692575726444% AL55 Crenshaw County,Alabama 0.14376470128801% AL56 Cullman City,Alabama 0.53795721169973% AL57 Cullman County,Alabama 0.89679454743357% AL58 Dadeville City,Alabama 0.02418310117309% AL59 Dale County,Alabama 0.24320907471975% AL60 Daleville City,Alabama 0.077 526 1 1 649 1 76% AL61 Dallas County,Alabama 0.20683597829357% AL62 Daphne City,Alabama 0.32129647516618% AL63 Dauphin Island Town,Alabama 0.04612275489251% AL64 De Kalb County,Alabama 0.40059258260517% AL65 Decatur City,Alabama 1.88368966680214% AL66 Demopolis City,Alabama 0.14633737991542% AL67 Dora City,Alabama 0.09240281994643% AL68 Dothan City,Alabama 1.09030734534639% AL69 Double Springs Town,Alabama 0.08025220905367% AL70 Douglas Town,Alabama 0.00097275798472% AL239 East Brewton City,Alabama 0.02656781932074% AL71 Elmore County,Alabama 0.55644997087924% AL72 Enterprise City,Alabama 0.33245406769430% AL73 Escambia County,Alabama 0.65163401499834% AL74 Etowah County,Alabama 1.02826912043695% AL75 Eufaula City,Alabama 0.21259346526420% AL76 Evergreen City,Alabama 0.04145059439568% AL77 Fairfield City,Alabama 0.11699106378085% AL78 Fairhope City,Alabama 0.22328055592462% AL79 Faunsdale Town,Alabama 0.00027565805375% AL80 Fayette City,Alabama 0.07882554063416% AL81 Fayette County,Alabama 0.13876915395782% AL82 Florence City,Alabama 0.89173419286246% AL83 Foley City,Alabama 0.34393082614331% AL84 Fort Deposit Town,Alabama 0.00516071488254% AL85 Fort Payne City,Alabama 0.58210250156216% AL86 Franklin County,Alabama 0.28807497174883% AL87 Fultondale City,Alabama 0.09530547652440% AL88 Gadsden City,Alabama 0.83652189774753% AL90 Geneva City,Alabama 0.06639031036577% AL91 Geneva County,Alabama 0.22068995465343% AL92 Georgiana Town,Alabama 0.01833389052733% AL93 Geraldine Town,Alabama 0.01101187364176% AL94 Gilbertown,Alabama 0.00201561558522% AL95 Grant Town,Alabama 0.01702349201247% G-3 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL96 Graysville City,Alabama 0.03683772148497% AL97 Greene County,Alabama 0.07053609060731% AL98 Greensboro City,Alabama 0.02495617752877% AL99 Greenville City,Alabama 0.17114173446901% AL100 Guin City,Alabama 0.02535375501618% AL101 Gulf Shores City,Alabama 0.48785192847313% AL102 Guntersville City,Alabama 0.25418471345127% AL103 Gurley Town,Alabama 0.00751669835675% AL104 Hale County,Alabama 0.13189455379552% AL105 Haleyville City,Alabama 0.14259976191105% AL106 Hamilton City,Alabama 0.09032285168011% AL107 Hammondville Town,Alabama 0.00490310934680% AL108 Hartselle City,Alabama 0.06358502699195% AL109 Headland City,Alabama 0.06278880055472% AL110 Helena City,Alabama 0.13940462856652% AL111 Henagar City,Alabama 0.03432173295908% AL112 Henry County,Alabama 0.08134656178648% AL113 Homewood City,Alabama 0.40003759755067% AL114 Hoover City,Alabama 1.41830120728766% AL115 Houston County,Alabama 0.55870611353893% AL116 Hueytown City,Alabama 0.19444760015375% AL117 Huntsville City,Alabama 3.18917672789720% AL118 Irondale City,Alabama 0.17364096921920% AL119 Jackson County,Alabama 0.15808077015917% AL120 Jacksonville City,Alabama 0.25009708439633% AL121 Jasper City,Alabama 1.40982301753567% AL122 Jefferson County,Alabama 5.50780373047089% AL123 Killen Town,Alabama 0.01833161772830% AL124 Lamar County,Alabama 0.16280419850840% AL125 Lanett City,Alabama 0.12800105424627% AL126 Lauderdale County,Alabama 0.47859088932963% AL127 Lawrence County,Alabama 0.45357831391636% AL129 Leeds City,Alabama 0.14992359703585% AL130 Leesburg Town,Alabama 0.01918722915732% AL131 Leighton Town,Alabama 0.00564699646923% AL132 Level Plains Town,Alabama 0.00350595484612% AL133 Limestone County,Alabama 0.58188759217962% AL134 Lincoln City,Alabama 0.18466222627409% AL135 Linden City,Alabama 0.01718012033418% AL136 Locust Fork Town,Alabama 0.00390814286871% AL137 Louisville Town,Alabama 0.00463180207977% AL138 Lowndes County,Alabama 0.06941452922326% AL240 Loxley Town,Alabama 0.04113340905681% AL139 Luverne City,Alabama 0.01532252921863% AL140 Macon County,Alabama 0.13647706860490% AL141 Madison City,Alabama 0.47088048355844% AL142 Madison County,Alabama 1.31238390221929% AL143 Marengo County,Alabama 0.04980089049941% AL144 Marion City,Alabama 0.02355243191090% G-4 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL145 Marion County,Alabama 0.22296850061784% AL146 Marshall County,Alabama 0.74162828487587% AL147 McKenzie Town,Alabama 0.00440552870209% AL148 Midfield City,Alabama 0.00038923306812% AL149 Millbrook City,Alabama 0.24754158163587% AL1SO Mobile City,Alabama 3.22757190115156% AL151 Mobile County,Alabama 2.76021701591658% AL152 Monroe County,Alabama 0.18825776187055% AL153 Monroeville City,Alabama 0.10619523592115% AL154 Montgomery City,Alabama 1.77726471583620% AL155 Montgomery County,Alabama 0.98033322388421% AL156 Moody City,Alabama 0.03620711715990% AL157 Morgan County,Alabama 0.31373818458719% AL158 Moulton City,Alabama 0.13546080275305% AL159 Mountain Brook City,Alabama 0.35653362663731% AL160 Munford Town,Alabama 0.02417891272917% AL161 Muscle Shoals City,Alabama 0.26828019094231% AL162 Nauvoo Town,Alabama 0.01870510354600% AL163 New Hope City,Alabama 0.01307908176496% AL164 Northport City,Alabama 0.42416628142128% AL165 Oakman Town,Alabama 0.04189836827309% AL166 Oneonta City,Alabama 0.27040610221760% AL167 Opelika City,Alabama 0.53658372677752% AL168 Opp City,Alabama 0.09265286030826% AL169 Orange Beach City,Alabama 0.29416707967375% AL170 Oxford City,Alabama 0.35237875519965% AL171 Ozark City,Alabama 0.29499421617778% AL172 Parrish Town,Alabama 0.11686245582433% AL173 Pelham City,Alabama 0.68738196181712% AL174 Pell City,Alabama 0.44443071991301% AL175 Perry County,Alabama 0.05087894401632% AL176 Phenix City,Alabama 0.62594382078864% AL177 Pickens County,Alabama 0.28661898422184% AL178 Piedmont City,Alabama 0.14348703018370% AL179 Pike County,Alabama 0.02971580831969% AL181 Pleasant Grove City,Alabama 0.05168400190121% AL182 Powell Town,Alabama 0.00530497268382% AL183 Prattville City,Alabama 0.60331346344410% AL184 Priceville Town,Alabama 0.01217687795583% AL185 Prichard City,Alabama 0.11003827933194% AL186 Ragland Town,Alabama 0.01519801230036% AL187 Rainbow City,Alabama 0.13460113275434% AL188 Rainsville City,Alabama 0.18816655769234% AL189 Randolph County,Alabama 0.17748105799125% AL190 Red Bay City,Alabama 0.06274639661854% AL241 Roanoke City,Alabama 0.10908084650639% AL191 Robertsdale City,Alabama 0.08564458709446% AL192 Rockford Town,Alabama 0.00588596505293% AL193 Russell County,Alabama 0.17037596353878% G-5 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL194 Russellville City,Alabama 0.31690084937415% AL195 Saraland City,Alabama 0.24847953332688% AL196 Satsuma City,Alabama 0.06260301546832% AL197 Scottsboro City,Alabama 0.66355520306333% AL198 Selma City,Alabama 0.26395099581907% AL271 Semmes City,Alabama 0.04200467033057% AL199 Sheffield City,Alabama 0.16093939937308% AL200 Shelby County,Alabama 1.63752907032528% AL201 Sipsey Town,Alabama 0.03758758282199% AL202 Slocomb City,Alabama 0.04424009805052% AL203 Spanish Fort City,Alabama 0.02939683721014% AL204 Springville City,Alabama 0.05781214992503% AL205 St Clair County,Alabama 1.03787114437202% AL206 Sumiton City,Alabama 0.23258714845438% AL242 Summerdale Town,Alabama 0.02450324115071% AL207 Sumter County,Alabama 0.11813782076557% AL208 Sweet Water Town,Alabama 0.00030000947192% AL209 Sylacauga City,Alabama 0.23084021018303% AL210 Talladega City,Alabama 0.22820288665750% AL211 Talladega County,Alabama 0.51585677368324% AL212 Tallapoosa County,Alabama 0.19470098477700% AL213 Tarrant City,Alabama 0.09199699544540% AL214 Thomasville City,Alabama 0.08852500271049% AL215 Troy City,Alabama 0.32823721378024% AL216 Trussville City,Alabama 0.24448154995938% AL217 Tuscaloosa City,Alabama 1.95122494838196% AL218 Tuscaloosa County,Alabama 1.01248511560961% AL219 Tuscumbia City,Alabama 0.08432211027618% AL220 Tuskegee City,Alabama 0.09179124219610% AL221 Union Springs City,Alabama 0.04230906305776% AL222 Uniontown,Alabama 0.01814515080219% AL223 Vance Town,Alabama 0.00962932999198% AL224 Vernon City,Alabama 0.03170902060019% AL225 Vestavia Hills City,Alabama 0.30835957321481% AL226 Walker County,Alabama 1.46359656592768% AL227 Washington County,Alabama 0.16134379525758% AL228 Weaver City,Alabama 0.04227639968885% AL229 West Blocton Town,Alabama 0.04044773805810% AL243 Wetumpka City,Alabama 0.16601095559654% AL230 Wilcox County,Alabama 0.08791066513276% AL231 Winfield City,Alabama 0.19023873350485% AL233 Woodville Town,Alabama 0.00046128079736% AL234 Yellow Bluff Town,Alabama 0.00293074188026% AL243 Attentus Mouton,LLC d/b/a Lawrence Medical Center 0.14143420563150% (Lawrence County Health Care Authority),Alabama G-6 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL244 Bibb County Healthcare Authority d/b/a Bibb Medical Center, 0.52488215603592% Alabama AL245 Cullman Regional Medical Center, Inc. (Healthcare Authority of 0.43745923357493% Cullman County),Alabama AL246 Dale County Healthcare Authority d/b/a Dale Medical Center, 0.29945201925755% Alabama AL247 DCH Health Care Authority (Tuscaloosa)d/b/a DCH Regional 2.03896534839883% Medical Center and Northport Medical Center,Alabama AL248 Decatur Morgan Hospital-Parkway (Health Care Authority of the City 0.39470005890361% of Huntsville),Alabama AL249 Escambia County Health Care Authority d/b/a D.W. McMillan 0.15477293845133% Memorial Hospital and Atmore Community Hospital,Alabama AL250 Geneva County Health Care Authority d/b/a Wiregrass Medical 0.48787124726488% Center,Alabama AL251 Greene County Health System, Alabama 0.30954587690265% AL252 Health Care Authority of Clarke County d/b/a Grove Hill Memorial 0.10093886866801% Hospital,Alabama AL253 Health Care Authority of the City of Huntsville d/b/a Huntsville 3.03261217443931% Hospital,Alabama AL254 Healthcare Authority for Baptist Health,an affiliate of UAB Health System d/b/a Baptist Medical 0.61909178627386% Center East(Montgomery), Alabama AL255 Healthcare Authority for Baptist Health,an affiliate of UAB Health System d/b/a Baptist Medical 1.30211153244469% Center South(Montgomery), Alabama AL256 Healthcare Authority for Baptist Health,an affiliate of UAB Health 0.18505460879230% System d/b/a Prattville Baptist Hospital,Alabama G-7 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AL257 HH Health System-Athens Limestone,LLC d/b/a Athens Limestone Hospital(Healthcare 0.21708503564384% Authority of the City of Huntsville),Alabama AL258 HH Health System-Morgan,LLC d/b/a Decatur Morgan Hospital 1.08542517821921% Decatur,Alabama AL259 HH Health Systems-Shoals LLC d/b/a Hellen Keller Hospital 0.56573675758889% (Healthcare Authority of the City of Huntsville),Alabama AL260 HH Health Systems-Shoals,LLC d/b/a Red Bay Hospital 0.08222918705539% (Healthcare Authority of the City of Huntsville),Alabama AL261 Jackson County Healthcare 0.31247087184822% Authority,Alabama AL262 Jefferson County Board of Health, 3.08543617986526% Alabama AL263 Lakeland Community Hospital 0.19514849890595% HCA Winston County,Alabama AL264 Marshall County Health Care 0.29602506041199% Authority,Alabama AL265 Marshall County Health Care 0.64138762006979% Authority,Alabama AL266 Medical West Hospital Authority (UAB),Alabama 0.83442806540712% AL267 Mobile County Board of Health, 1.93445993855628% Alabama AL268 Monroe County Health Care Authority d/b/a Monroe County 0.16486682856498% Hospital,Alabama AL269 Sylacauga Health Care Authority d/b/a Coosa Valley Medical 0.47777735715122% Center,Alabama AL270 Tombigbee Health Care Authority d/b/a Brian W. Whitfield 0.20524238901961% Memorial Hospital,Alabama G-8 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AK1 Anchorage Municipality,Alaska 47.6578000000% AK2 Fairbanks City,Alaska 5.1226000000% AK3 Fairbanks North Star Borough, 10.9627000000% Alaska AK4 Juneau City and Borough,Alaska 5.2324000000% AK5 Kenai Peninsula Borough,Alaska 9.4922000000% AK6 Ketchikan Gateway Borough, 2.2406000000% Alaska AK7 Kodiak Island Borough,Alaska 2.1839000000% AK8 Matanuska-Susitna Borough, 15.4726000000% Alaska AK9 Wasilla City,Alaska 1.6351000000% G-9 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AZ1 Apache County,Arizona 0.3907470000% AZ2 Apache Junction City,Arizona 0.2201340000% AZ3 Avondale City,Arizona 0.5677140000% AZ4 Benson City,Arizona 0.0652960000% AZ5 Bisbee City,Arizona 0.0643685000% AZ6 Buckeye City,Arizona 0.2664780000% AZ7 Bullhead City,Arizona 0.6416380000% AZ8 Camp Verde Town,Arizona 0.0416227000% AZ9 Carefree Town,Arizona 0.0231720000% AZ10 Casa Grande City,Arizona 0.2125144000% AZ11 Cave Creek Town,Arizona 0.0347580000% AZ12 Chandler City,Arizona 1.6567980000% AZ13 Chino Valley Town,Arizona 0.0291788000% AZ14 Clarkdale Town,Arizona 0.0308952000% AZ15 Clifton Town,Arizona 0.0102870000% AZ16 Cochise County,Arizona 1.1773685000% AZ17 Coconino County,Arizona 1.2011808000% AZ18 Colorado City Town,Arizona 0.0298778000% AZ19 Coolidge City,Arizona 0.0644448000% AZ20 Cottonwood City,Arizona 0.2098299000% AZ21 Dewey-Humboldt Town,Arizona 0.0660814000% AZ22 Douglas City,Arizona 0.1565620000% AZ23 Duncan Town,Arizona 0.0002520000% AZ24 Eagar Town,Arizona 0.1425540000% AZ25 El Mirage City,Arizona 0.2259270000% AZ26 Eloy City,Arizona 1.3418328000% AZ27 Flagstaff City,Arizona 0.3114360000% AZ28 Florence Town,Arizona 0.0456484000% AZ29 Fountain Hills Town,Arizona 0.0984810000% AZ30 Fredonia Town,Arizona 0.0052328000% AZ31 Gila Bend Town,Arizona 0.0173790000% AZ32 Gila County,Arizona 0.7780446000% AZ33 Gilbert Town,Arizona 0.9906030000% AZ34 Glendale City,Arizona 1.5235590000% AZ35 Globe City,Arizona 0.1168266000% AZ36 Goodyear City,Arizona 0.4402680000% AZ37 Graham County,Arizona 0.4476494000% AZ38 Greenlee County,Arizona 0.0794610000% AZ39 Guadalupe Town,Arizona 0.0000000000% AZ40 Hayden Town,Arizona 0.0263802000% AZ41 Holbrook City,Arizona 0.0575625000% AZ42 Huachuca City Town,Arizona 0.0168805000% AZ43 Jerome Town,Arizona 0.0012873000% AZ44 Kearny Town,Arizona 0.0107408000% AZ45 Kingman City,Arizona 0.4853918000% AZ46 La Paz County,Arizona 0.2670171000% AZ47 Lake Havasu City,Arizona 0.6793526000% AZ48 Litchfield Park City,Arizona 0.0231720000% AZ49 Mammoth Town,Arizona 0.0061376000% G-10 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AZ50 Marana Town,Arizona 0.3841282000% AZ51 Maricopa City,Arizona 0.1047228000% AZ52 Maricopa County,Arizona 29.8513290000% AZ53 Mesa City,Arizona 3.5105580000% AZ54 Miami Town,Arizona 0.0309482000% AZ55 Mohave County,Arizona 3.0617398000% AZ56 Navajo County,Arizona 1.0789515000% AZ57 Nogales City,Arizona 0.0834350000% AZ58 Oro Valley Town,Arizona 0.3207284000% AZ59 Page City,Arizona 0.0575608000% AZ60 Paradise Valley Town,Arizona 0.1969620000% AZ61 Parker Town,Arizona 0.0156219000% AZ62 Patagonia Town,Arizona 0.0024790000% AZ63 Payson Town,Arizona 0.1846614000% AZ64 Peoria City,Arizona 0.8747430000% AZ65 Phoenix City,Arizona 12.3275040000% AZ66 Pima County,Arizona 13.4612693000% AZ67 Pima Town,Arizona 0.0159618000% AZ68 Pinal County,Arizona 2.0334636000% AZ69 Pinetop-Lakeside Town,Arizona 0.0729125000% AZ70 Prescott City,Arizona 0.5917289000% AZ71 Prescott Valley Town,Arizona 0.3471419000% AZ72 Quartzsite Town,Arizona 0.0183911000% AZ73 Queen Creek Town,Arizona 0.0637230000% AZ74 Safford City,Arizona 0.1929077000% AZ75 Sahuarita Town,Arizona 0.1510407000% AZ76 San Luis City,Arizona 0.0963840000% AZ77 Santa Cruz County,Arizona 0.2840860000% AZ78 Scottsdale City,Arizona 2.3114070000% AZ79 Sedona City,Arizona 0.0690392000% AZ80 Show Low City,Arizona 0.1441365000% AZ81 Sierra Vista City,Arizona 0.3084865000% AZ82 Snowflake Town,Arizona 0.0451290000% AZ83 Somerton City,Arizona 0.0449792000% AZ84 South Tucson City,Arizona 0.0578057000% AZ85 Springerville Town,Arizona 0.0740370000% AZ86 St.Johns City,Arizona 0.0826620000% AZ87 Star Valley Town,Arizona 0.0039970000% AZ88 Superior Town,Arizona 0.0168784000% AZ89 Surprise City,Arizona 0.5677140000% AZ90 Taylor Town,Arizona 0.0411380000% AZ91 Tempe City,Arizona 1.8943110000% AZ92 Thatcher Town,Arizona 0.0624092000% AZ93 Tolleson City,Arizona 0.1564110000% AZ94 Tombstone City,Arizona 0.0215180000% AZ95 Tucson City,Arizona 4.2720277000% AZ96 Tusayan Town,Arizona 0.0113096000% AZ97 Wellton Town,Arizona 0.0122488000% AZ98 Wickenburg Town,Arizona 0.0579300000% G-11 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AZ99 Willcox City,Arizona 0.0443345000% AZ100 Williams City,Arizona 0.0324096000% AZ101 Winkelman Town,Arizona 0.0011420000% AZ102 Winslow City,Arizona 0.0950165000% AZ103 Yavapai County,Arizona 2.9740921000% AZ104 Youngtown,Arizona 0.0289650000% AZ105 Yuma City,Arizona 0.5285056000% AZ106 Yuma County,Arizona 1.3258824000% G-12 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR1 Adona City,Arkansas 0.0020790506% AR2 Alexander City,Arkansas 0.0103476018% AR3 Alicia Town,Arkansas 0.0002309579% AR4 Allport Town,Arkansas 0.0026587350% AR5 Alma City,Arkansas 0.1875236673% AR6 Almyra Town,Arkansas 0.0010881066% AR7 Alpena Town,Arkansas 0.0141319347% AR8 Altheimer City,Arkansas 0.0071081808% AR9 Altus City,Arkansas 0.0161149675% AR10 Amagon Town,Arkansas 0.0016587759% AR11 Amity City,Arkansas 0.0105947297% AR12 Anthonyville Town,Arkansas 0.0010978372% AR13 Antoine Town,Arkansas 0.0010576270% AR14 Arkadelphia City,Arkansas 0.2710593166% AR15 Arkansas City,Arkansas 0.0026365550% AR16 Arkansas County,Arkansas 0.2272004928% AR17 Ash Flat City,Arkansas 0.0560964456% AR18 Ashdown City,Arkansas 0.0210645360% AR19 Ashley County,Arkansas 0.3024558569% AR20 Atkins City,Arkansas 0.0507540769% AR21 Aubrey Town,Arkansas 0.0021166850% AR22 Augusta City,Arkansas 0.0134645321% AR23 Austin City,Arkansas 0.0201747613% AR24 Avoca Town,Arkansas 0.0030227727% AR25 Bald Knob City,Arkansas 0.1048227005% AR26 Banks Town,Arkansas 0.0006822846% AR27 Barling City,Arkansas 0.1588678563% AR28 Bassett Town,Arkansas 0.0011499243% AR29 Batesville City,Arkansas 0.1318965785% AR30 Bauxite Town,Arkansas 0.0049816222% AR31 Baxter County,Arkansas 0.8690235470% AR32 Bay City,Arkansas 0.0250493472% AR33 Bearden City,Arkansas 0.0161101022% AR34 Beaver Town,Arkansas 0.0051365958% AR35 Beebe City,Arkansas 0.2412092213% AR36 Beedeville Town,Arkansas 0.0018030172% AR37 Bella Vista City,Arkansas 0.5136648745% AR38 Bellefonte Town,Arkansas 0.0008435545% AR39 Belleville City,Arkansas 0.0050880860% AR40 Ben Lomond Town,Arkansas 0.0012499489% AR41 Benton City,Arkansas 1.3762616667% AR42 Benton County,Arkansas 1.9493524156% AR43 Bentonville City,Arkansas 1.3212148347% AR44 Bergman Town,Arkansas 0.0080191338% AR45 Berryville City,Arkansas 0.1767673815% AR47 Big Flat Town,Arkansas 0.0005552148% AR48 Bigelow Town,Arkansas 0.0028351731% AR49 Biggers Town,Arkansas 0.0002571446% AR50 Birdsong Town,Arkansas 0.0001210597% G-13 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR51 Black Oak Town,Arkansas 0.0003079439% AR52 Black Rock City,Arkansas 0.0020552966% AR53 Black Springs Town,Arkansas 0.0007714338% AR54 Blevins City,Arkansas 0.0042289340% AR55 Blue Eye Town,Arkansas 0.0007084713% AR56 Blue Mountain Town,Arkansas 0.0023457827% AR57 Bluff City Town,Arkansas 0.0001956131% AR58 Blytheville City,Arkansas 0.3444881956% AR59 Bodcaw Town,Arkansas 0.0004892473% AR60 Bonanza City,Arkansas 0.0271534397% AR61 Bono City,Arkansas 0.0166311169% AR62 Boone County,Arkansas 0.6844345049% AR63 Booneville City,Arkansas 0.2395670446% AR64 Bradford City,Arkansas 0.0196136795% AR65 Bradley City,Arkansas 0.0127167093% AR66 Bradley County,Arkansas 0.0903557767% AR67 Branch City,Arkansas 0.0001595527% AR68 Briarcliff City,Arkansas 0.0001841653% AR69 Brinkley City,Arkansas 0.0788794288% AR70 Brookland City,Arkansas 0.0336729211% AR71 Bryant City,Arkansas 1.0536173112% AR72 Buckner City,Arkansas 0.0065180504% AR73 Bull Shoals City,Arkansas 0.0692543217% AR74 Burdette Town,Arkansas 0.0001210597% AR75 Cabot City,Arkansas 0.9626014299% AR76 Caddo Valley Town,Arkansas 0.0447599031% AR77 Caldwell Town,Arkansas 0.0042239256% AR78 Cale Town,Arkansas 0.0007827384% AR79 Calhoun County,Arkansas 0.1397959405% AR80 Calico Rock City,Arkansas 0.0024459503% AR81 Calion City,Arkansas 0.0029361993% AR82 Camden City,Arkansas 0.4098542963% AR83 Cammack Village City,Arkansas 0.0112054660% AR84 Campbell Station City,Arkansas 0.0043090681% AR85 Caraway City,Arkansas 0.0225855098% AR86 Carlisle City,Arkansas 0.1468534652% AR87 Carroll County,Arkansas 0.5928260605% AR88 Carthage City,Arkansas 0.0016610654% AR89 Casa Town,Arkansas 0.0015121018% AR90 Cash Town,Arkansas 0.0012319187% AR91 Caulksville Town,Arkansas 0.0006928738% AR92 Cave City,Arkansas 0.0850463202% AR93 Cave Springs City,Arkansas 0.0320796835% AR94 Cedarville City,Arkansas 0.0178802072% AR95 Centerton City,Arkansas 0.1131077079% AR96 Central City Town,Arkansas 0.0174268772% AR97 Charleston City,Arkansas 0.0410054775% AR98 Cherokee Village City,Arkansas 0.2125413902% AR99 Cherry Valley City,Arkansas 0.0081466329% G-14 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR100 Chester Town,Arkansas 0.0004361585% AR101 Chicot County,Arkansas 0.2832352637% AR102 Chidester City,Arkansas 0.0007419559% AR103 Clarendon City,Arkansas 0.0270484068% AR104 Clark County,Arkansas 0.3342708117% AR105 Clarksville City,Arkansas 0.2458837581% AR106 Clay County,Arkansas 0.0479674136% AR107 Cleburne County,Arkansas 0.3503158049% AR108 Cleveland County,Arkansas 0.1143679597% AR109 Clinton City,Arkansas 0.0824034689% AR110 Coal Hill City,Arkansas 0.1328713526% AR111 Colt City,Arkansas 0.0085205444% AR112 Columbia County,Arkansas 0.0671663991% AR113 Concord Town,Arkansas 0.0150785188% AR114 Conway City,Arkansas 2.0922743015% AR115 Conway County,Arkansas 0.5138971203% AR116 Corning City,Arkansas 0.0191809554% AR117 Cotter City,Arkansas 0.0233925747% AR118 Cotton Plant City,Arkansas 0.0024986099% AR119 Cove Town,Arkansas 0.0001777260% AR120 Coy Town,Arkansas 0.0078196572% AR121 Craighead County,Arkansas 0.9265189050% AR122 Crawford County,Arkansas 0.9565887967% AR123 Crawfordsville Town,Arkansas 0.0037229444% AR124 Crittenden County,Arkansas 0.4864689351% AR125 Cross County,Arkansas 0.3114968436% AR126 Crossett City,Arkansas 0.2482926464% AR127 Cushman City,Arkansas 0.0031235127% AR128 Daisy Town,Arkansas 0.0019036142% AR129 Dallas County,Arkansas 0.1170103816% AR130 Damascus Town,Arkansas 0.0328833141% AR131 Danville City,Arkansas 0.0554598088% AR132 Dardanelle City,Arkansas 0.1270318663% AR133 Datto Town,Arkansas 0.0002041989% AR134 De Queen City,Arkansas 0.1825177187% AR135 De Valls Bluff City,Arkansas 0.0153369512% AR136 Decatur City,Arkansas 0.0461206088% AR137 Delaplaine Town,Arkansas 0.0012409338% AR138 Delight City,Arkansas 0.0019036142% AR139 Dell Town,Arkansas 0.0049627334% AR140 Denning Town,Arkansas 0.0066893371% AR141 Dermott City,Arkansas 0.0098811069% AR142 Des Arc City,Arkansas 0.0461902968% AR143 Desha County,Arkansas 0.1880442527% AR144 Dewitt City,Arkansas 0.0561472449% AR145 Diamond City,Arkansas 0.0067481498% AR146 Diaz City,Arkansas 0.0144799456% AR147 Dierks City,Arkansas 0.0109843817% AR148 Donaldson Town,Arkansas 0.0097288521% G-15 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR149 Dover City,Arkansas 0.0357561215% AR150 Drew County,Arkansas 0.4314342663% AR151 Dumas City,Arkansas 0.0345209116% AR152 Dyer City,Arkansas 0.0039248537% AR153 Dyess Town,Arkansas 0.0004842389% AR154 Earle City,Arkansas 0.0169920066% AR155 East Camden Town,Arkansas 0.0077825952% AR156 Edmondson Town,Arkansas 0.0080664988% AR157 Egypt Town,Arkansas 0.0007186312% AR158 El Dorado City,Arkansas 0.7549722601% AR159 Elaine City,Arkansas 0.0061272536% AR160 Elkins City,Arkansas 0.0584820092% AR161 Elm Springs City,Arkansas 0.0169270407% AR162 Emerson Town,Arkansas 0.0007712907% AR163 Emmet City,Arkansas 0.0006732695% AR164 England City,Arkansas 0.1277733929% AR165 Enola Town,Arkansas 0.0166283981% AR166 Etowah Town,Arkansas 0.0016945500% AR167 Eudora City,Arkansas 0.0090127967% AR168 Eureka Springs City,Arkansas 0.3891361972% AR169 Evening Shade City,Arkansas 0.0112877465% AR170 Everton Town,Arkansas 0.0023825585% AR171 Fairfield Bay City,Arkansas 0.0994183710% AR172 Fargo Town,Arkansas 0.0003540210% AR173 Farmington City,Arkansas 0.0908450240% AR174 Faulkner County,Arkansas 1.0072116540% AR175 Fayetteville City,Arkansas 2.1103658624% AR176 Felsenthal Town,Arkansas 0.0017181610% AR177 Fifty-Six City,Arkansas 0.0004614866% AR178 Fisher City,Arkansas 0.0019605666% AR179 Flippin City,Arkansas 0.0956901320% AR180 Fordyce City,Arkansas 0.0545063561% AR181 Foreman City,Arkansas 0.0020583016% AR182 Forrest City,Arkansas 0.2961090931% AR183 Fort Smith City,Arkansas 3.8434930088% AR184 Fouke City,Arkansas 0.0054372418% AR185 Fountain Hill Town,Arkansas 0.0007150537% AR186 Fountain Lake Town,Arkansas 0.0028270166% AR187 Fourche Town,Arkansas 0.0009659021% AR188 Franklin County,Arkansas 0.5981687154% AR189 Franklin Town,Arkansas 0.0147063245% AR190 Fredonia(Biscoe)Town,Arkansas 0.0078030580% AR191 Friendship Town,Arkansas 0.0051302995% AR192 Fulton County,Arkansas 0.4958178657% AR193 Fulton Town,Arkansas 0.0066352466% AR194 Garfield Town,Arkansas 0.0074476060% AR195 Garland County,Arkansas 1.7334588443% AR196 Garland Town,Arkansas 0.0002891982% AR197 Gamer Town,Arkansas 0.0077934705% G-16 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR198 Gassville City,Arkansas 0.0727563250% AR199 Gateway Town,Arkansas 0.0062878080% AR200 Gentry City,Arkansas 0.0904861377% AR201 Georgetown,Arkansas 0.0040265954% AR202 Gilbert Town,Arkansas 0.0024831554% AR203 Gillett City,Arkansas 0.0114616089% AR204 Gillham Town,Arkansas 0.0013801668% AR205 Gilmore City,Arkansas 0.0000954454% AR206 Glenwood City,Arkansas 0.0480021861% AR207 Goshen Town,Arkansas 0.0031660124% AR208 Gosnell City,Arkansas 0.0272347186% AR209 Gould City,Arkansas 0.0171248002% AR210 Grady City,Arkansas 0.0313103962% AR211 Grannis City,Arkansas 0.0009242610% AR212 Grant County,Arkansas 0.2664481715% AR213 Gravette City,Arkansas 0.0803454535% AR214 Green Forest City,Arkansas 0.1176088116% AR215 Greenbrier City,Arkansas 0.0720066419% AR216 Greene County,Arkansas 0.5298528213% AR217 Greenland City,Arkansas 0.0237445924% AR218 Greenway City,Arkansas 0.0004757962% AR219 Greenwood City,Arkansas 0.2310067194% AR220 Greers Ferry City,Arkansas 0.0499860774% AR221 Griffithville Town,Arkansas 0.0045461792% AR222 Grubbs City,Arkansas 0.0056885194% AR223 Guion Town,Arkansas 0.0188333737% AR224 Gum Springs Town,Arkansas 0.0030512489% AR225 Gurdon City,Arkansas 0.0633258293% AR226 Guy City,Arkansas 0.0155481618% AR227 Hackett City,Arkansas 0.0171567108% AR228 Hamburg City,Arkansas 0.0524650830% AR229 Hampton City,Arkansas 0.0149258347% AR230 Hardy City,Arkansas 0.0225704847% AR231 Harrell Town,Arkansas 0.0015608978% AR232 Harrisburg City,Arkansas 0.0610374284% AR233 Harrison City,Arkansas 0.7509041666% AR234 Hartford City,Arkansas 0.0079703379% AR235 Hartman City,Arkansas 0.0041808536% AR236 Haskell City,Arkansas 0.0719017520% AR237 Hatfield Town,Arkansas 0.0003119506% AR238 Havana City,Arkansas 0.0028832535% AR239 Haynes Town,Arkansas 0.0021807923% AR240 Hazen City,Arkansas 0.0648458015% AR241 Heber Springs City,Arkansas 0.3767547633% AR242 Hector Town,Arkansas 0.0046732490% AR243 Helena-West Helena City, 0.1739214762% Arkansas AR244 Hempstead County,Arkansas 0.2734659153% AR245 Hermitage City,Arkansas 0.0121839606% G-17 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR246 Hickory Ridge City,Arkansas 0.0037770349% AR247 Higden Town,Arkansas 0.0085654767% AR248 Higginson Town,Arkansas 0.0151972889% AR249 Highfill Town,Arkansas 0.0156011076% AR250 Highland City,Arkansas 0.0298718460% AR251 Hindsville Town,Arkansas 0.0033816590% AR252 Holland City,Arkansas 0.0148864831% AR253 Holly Grove City,Arkansas 0.0044608936% AR254 Hope City,Arkansas 0.2248866206% AR255 Horatio City,Arkansas 0.0029417800% AR256 Horseshoe Bend City,Arkansas 0.1112109623% AR257 Horseshoe Lake Town,Arkansas 0.0014319677% AR258 Hot Spring County,Arkansas 0.4782149797% AR259 Hot Springs City,Arkansas 3.5617977507% AR260 Houston Town,Arkansas 0.0052922849% AR261 Howard County,Arkansas 0.1730249760% AR262 Hoxie City,Arkansas 0.0120318489% AR263 Hughes City,Arkansas 0.0113608689% AR264 Humnoke City,Arkansas 0.0148176536% AR265 Humphrey City,Arkansas 0.0142685920% AR266 Hunter Town,Arkansas 0.0001735762% AR267 Huntington City,Arkansas 0.0062142563% AR268 Huntsville City,Arkansas 0.0854508543% AR269 Huttig City,Arkansas 0.0090756161% AR270 Imboden Town,Arkansas 0.0007621325% AR271 Independence County,Arkansas 1.0893020276% AR272 Izard County,Arkansas 0.5513048629% AR273 Jackson County,Arkansas 0.1817241049% AR274 Jacksonport Town,Arkansas 0.0050680525% AR275 Jacksonville City,Arkansas 2.6389305280% AR276 Jasper City,Arkansas 0.0070526594% AR277 Jefferson County,Arkansas 0.5992841535% AR278 Jennette Town,Arkansas 0.0012409338% AR279 Jericho Town,Arkansas 0.0009641849% AR281 Johnson City,Arkansas 0.1307711237% AR282 Johnson County,Arkansas 0.3131687844% AR283 Joiner City,Arkansas 0.0294738943% AR284 Jonesboro City,Arkansas 2.1740597362% AR285 Judsonia City,Arkansas 0.0470208295% AR286 Junction City,Arkansas 0.0041819983% AR287 Keiser City,Arkansas 0.0065363668% AR288 Kensett City,Arkansas 0.0362397881% AR289 Kibler City,Arkansas 0.0431741065% AR290 Kingsland City,Arkansas 0.0062036672% AR291 Knobel City,Arkansas 0.0009218283% AR292 Knoxville Town,Arkansas 0.0058832739% AR293 Lafayette County,Arkansas 0.0910619584% AR294 Lafe Town,Arkansas 0.0028363178% AR295 Lagrange Town,Arkansas 0.0008239503% G-18 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR296 Lake City,Arkansas 0.0259733220% AR297 Lake View City,Arkansas 0.0047133160% AR298 Lake Village City,Arkansas 0.0224886334% AR299 Lakeview City,Arkansas 0.0193402219% AR300 Lamar City,Arkansas 0.1021685446% AR301 Lavaca City,Arkansas 0.0302604964% AR302 Lawrence County,Arkansas 0.4807663922% AR303 Leachville City,Arkansas 0.0232401768% AR304 Lead Hill Town,Arkansas 0.0069168607% AR305 Lee County,Arkansas 0.0989039387% AR306 Leola Town,Arkansas 0.0013687190% AR307 Lepanto City,Arkansas 0.0682260295% AR308 Leslie City,Arkansas 0.0254444370% AR309 Lewisville City,Arkansas 0.0166148039% AR310 Lincoln City,Arkansas 0.0464338472% AR311 Lincoln County,Arkansas 0.1387881111% AR312 Little Flock City,Arkansas 0.0530723850% AR313 Little River County,Arkansas 0.3040825791% AR314 Little Rock City,Arkansas 6.7135694892% AR315 Lockesburg City,Arkansas 0.0062672021% AR316 Logan County,Arkansas 0.5058103018% AR317 London City,Arkansas 0.0142372538% AR318 Lonoke City,Arkansas 0.2452247983% AR319 Lonoke County,Arkansas 0.5819398431% AR320 Louann Town,Arkansas 0.0002119261% AR321 Luxora City,Arkansas 0.0119226662% AR322 Lynn Town,Arkansas 0.0001385175% AR323 Madison City,Arkansas 0.0058260353% AR324 Madison County,Arkansas 0.3196927018% AR325 Magazine City,Arkansas 0.0318730520% AR326 Magness Town,Arkansas 0.0014179443% AR327 Magnolia City,Arkansas 0.5824169272% AR328 Malvern City,Arkansas 0.3835695961% AR329 Mammoth Spring City,Arkansas 0.0072408314% AR330 Manila City,Arkansas 0.0409124647% AR331 Mansfield City,Arkansas 0.0007997669% AR332 Marianna City,Arkansas 0.0846648246% AR333 Marie Town,Arkansas 0.0009849339% AR334 Marion City,Arkansas 0.1126915829% AR335 Marion County,Arkansas 0.3952336867% AR336 Marked Tree City,Arkansas 0.0992021520% AR337 Marmaduke City,Arkansas 0.0391761304% AR338 Marvell City,Arkansas 0.0610375715% AR339 Maumelle City,Arkansas 0.2572012688% AR340 Mayflower City,Arkansas 0.0608694329% AR341 Maynard Town,Arkansas 0.0013140561% AR342 McCaskill Town,Arkansas 0.0012894435% AR343 McCrory City,Arkansas 0.0147483949% AR344 McDougal Town,Arkansas 0.0001189133% G-19 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR345 McGehee City,Arkansas 0.0429993856% AR346 McNab Town,Arkansas 0.0009151028% AR347 Mcrae City,Arkansas 0.0307843730% AR348 Melbourne City,Arkansas 0.0687295865% AR349 Mena City,Arkansas 0.7716866592% AR350 Menifee Town,Arkansas 0.0106144770% AR351 Midland Town,Arkansas 0.0002701664% AR352 Miller County,Arkansas 0.3769094507% AR353 Mineral Springs City,Arkansas 0.0133569235% AR354 Minturn Town,Arkansas 0.0002323889% AR355 Mississippi County,Arkansas 0.4561503415% AR356 Mitchellville City,Arkansas 0.0000190318% AR357 Monette City,Arkansas 0.0230987974% AR358 Monroe County,Arkansas 0.0751267203% AR359 Montgomery County,Arkansas 0.2264091685% AR360 Monticello City,Arkansas 0.0526747196% AR361 Montrose City,Arkansas 0.0059883068% AR362 Moorefield Town,Arkansas 0.0009616092% AR363 Moro Town,Arkansas 0.0019858947% AR364 Morrilton City,Arkansas 0.2597150469% AR365 Morrison Bluff Town,Arkansas 0.0001732900% AR366 Mount Ida City,Arkansas 0.0133550632% AR367 Mount Pleasant Town,Arkansas 0.0122294653% AR368 Mount Vernon Town,Arkansas 0.0071675659% AR369 Mountain Home City,Arkansas 0.8447100025% AR370 Mountain Pine City,Arkansas 0.0111311989% AR371 Mountainburg City,Arkansas 0.0505877986% AR372 Mulberry City,Arkansas 0.0839496278% AR373 Murfreesboro City,Arkansas 0.0401878235% AR374 Nashville City,Arkansas 0.1174004630% AR375 Nevada County,Arkansas 0.1042972498% AR376 Newark City,Arkansas 0.0743959259% AR377 Newport City,Arkansas 0.2957024125% AR378 Newton County,Arkansas 0.2538955941% AR379 Norfork City,Arkansas 0.0071735760% AR380 Norman Town,Arkansas 0.0054255078% AR381 Norphlet City,Arkansas 0.0199309247% AR382 North Little Rock City,Arkansas 1.6145764729% AR383 Oak Grove Heights Town, 0.0108133813% Arkansas AR384 Oak Grove Town,Arkansas 0.0031881924% AR385 Oakhaven Town,Arkansas 0.0008458440% AR386 Oden Town,Arkansas 0.0002086349% AR387 Ogden City,Arkansas 0.0000829960% AR388 Oil Trough Town,Arkansas 0.0018456600% AR389 O'Kean Town,Arkansas 0.0001714297% AR390 Okolona Town,Arkansas 0.0019046158% AR391 Ola City,Arkansas 0.0262882776% AR392 Omaha Town,Arkansas 0.0030405167% G-20 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR393 Oppelo City,Arkansas 0.0090335457% AR394 Osceola City,Arkansas 0.2492878833% AR395 Ouachita County,Arkansas 0.2913601460% AR396 Oxford City,Arkansas 0.0264156336% AR397 Ozan Town,Arkansas 0.0011369025% AR398 Ozark City,Arkansas 0.1131238778% AR399 Palestine City,Arkansas 0.0190803585% AR400 Pangburn City,Arkansas 0.0157168727% AR401 Paragould City,Arkansas 1.0056390223% AR402 Paris City,Arkansas 0.1616167421% AR403 Parkdale City,Arkansas 0.0007150537% AR404 Parkin City,Arkansas 0.0145157198% AR405 Patmos Town,Arkansas 0.0012638292% AR406 Patterson City,Arkansas 0.0019780244% AR407 Pea Ridge City,Arkansas 0.1099874863% AR408 Peach Orchard City,Arkansas 0.0002743162% AR409 Perla Town,Arkansas 0.0015089537% AR410 Perry County,Arkansas 0.2411764522% AR411 Perry Town,Arkansas 0.0054813155% AR412 Perrytown,Arkansas 0.0014218079% AR413 Perryville City,Arkansas 0.0413931262% AR414 Phillips County,Arkansas 0.3245121955% AR415 Piggott City,Arkansas 0.3895380125% AR416 Pike County,Arkansas 0.3481536152% AR417 Pindall Town,Arkansas 0.0030350790% AR418 Pine Bluff City,Arkansas 0.9840818047% AR419 Pineville Town,Arkansas 0.0022012551% AR420 Plainview City,Arkansas 0.0125505741% AR421 Pleasant Plains Town,Arkansas 0.0024498139% AR422 Plumerville City,Arkansas 0.0292462276% AR423 Pocahontas City,Arkansas 0.4671181241% AR424 Poinsett County,Arkansas 0.4009911787% AR425 Polk County,Arkansas 0.0691418478% AR426 Pollard City,Arkansas 0.0004521853% AR427 Pope County,Arkansas 0.8568421621% AR428 Portia Town,Arkansas 0.0009455824% AR429 Portland City,Arkansas 0.0081334680% AR430 Pottsville City,Arkansas 0.0356473681% AR431 Powhatan Town,Arkansas 0.0001556891% AR432 Poyen Town,Arkansas 0.0022812461% AR433 Prairie County,Arkansas 0.0903177130% AR434 Prairie Grove City,Arkansas 0.0877670159% AR435 Prattsville Town,Arkansas 0.0011406231% AR436 Prescott City,Arkansas 0.0925564594% AR437 Pulaski County,Arkansas 2.3536109191% AR438 Pyatt Town,Arkansas 0.0061435666% AR439 Quitman City,Arkansas 0.0720876345% AR440 Randolph County,Arkansas 0.0533049170% AR441 Ratcliff City,Arkansas 0.0038192484% G-21 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR442 Ravenden Springs Town, 0.0001143342% Arkansas AR443 Ravenden Town,Arkansas 0.0021246984% AR444 Rector City,Arkansas 0.0056501695% AR445 Redfield City,Arkansas 0.0199888788% AR446 Reed Town,Arkansas 0.0009294125% AR447 Reyno City,Arkansas 0.0001714297% AR448 Rison City,Arkansas 0.0266158258% AR449 Rockport City,Arkansas 0.0466258829% AR450 Roe Town,Arkansas 0.0006297682% AR451 Rogers City,Arkansas 1.7409808606% AR452 Rondo Town,Arkansas 0.0001282146% AR453 Rose Bud Town,Arkansas 0.0201332633% AR454 Rosston Town,Arkansas 0.0012719857% AR455 Rudy Town,Arkansas 0.0043610122% AR456 Russell Town,Arkansas 0.0072738867% AR457 Russellville City,Arkansas 0.9171601007% AR458 Salem City,Arkansas 0.0044962385% AR459 Salesville City,Arkansas 0.0064404921% AR460 Saline County,Arkansas 1.0800200662% AR461 Scott County,Arkansas 0.3380405487% AR462 Scranton City,Arkansas 0.0072753177% AR463 Searcy City,Arkansas 0.9880873649% AR464 Searcy County,Arkansas 0.2116252857% AR465 Sebastian County,Arkansas 2.1934833834% AR466 Sedgwick Town,Arkansas 0.0005311746% AR467 Sevier County,Arkansas 0.2613059949% AR468 Shannon Hills City,Arkansas 0.0498163648% AR469 Sharp County,Arkansas 0.2811885530% AR470 Sheridan City,Arkansas 0.2276671308% AR471 Sherrill Town,Arkansas 0.0025761682% AR472 Sherwood City,Arkansas 0.4241829888% AR473 Shirley Town,Arkansas 0.0009145304% AR474 Sidney Town,Arkansas 0.0035774152% AR475 Siloam Springs City,Arkansas 0.7477783644% AR476 Smackover City,Arkansas 0.0008007686% AR477 Smithville Town,Arkansas 0.0001624146% AR478 South Lead Hill Town,Arkansas 0.0018313504% AR479 Sparkman City,Arkansas 0.0035065824% AR480 Springdale City,Arkansas 2.0136786333% AR481 Springtown,Arkansas 0.0002924895% AR482 St Francis County,Arkansas 0.2044215163% AR483 St. Charles Town,Arkansas 0.0024664131% AR484 St.Francis City,Arkansas 0.0007137659% AR485 St.Joe Town,Arkansas 0.0076757020% AR486 St.Paul Town,Arkansas 0.0041619648% AR487 Stamps City,Arkansas 0.0180207281% AR488 Star City,Arkansas 0.0564865270% AR489 Stephens City,Arkansas 0.0116586529% G-22 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR490 Stone County,Arkansas 0.2837768844% AR491 Strawberry Town,Arkansas 0.0006928738% AR492 Strong City,Arkansas 0.0029361993% AR493 Stuttgart City,Arkansas 0.2203815101% AR494 Subiaco Town,Arkansas 0.0109146937% AR495 Success Town,Arkansas 0.0001784415% AR496 Sulphur Rock Town,Arkansas 0.0032654646% AR497 Sulphur Springs City,Arkansas 0.0120908047% AR498 Summit City,Arkansas 0.0074467474% AR499 Sunset Town,Arkansas 0.0016041130% AR500 Swifton City,Arkansas 0.0178930859% AR501 Taylor City,Arkansas 0.0014103602% AR502 Texarkana City,Arkansas 0.7683955804% AR503 Thornton City,Arkansas 0.0022437548% AR504 Tillar City,Arkansas 0.0003265465% AR505 Tinsman Town,Arkansas 0.0003150987% AR506 Toilette Town,Arkansas 0.0032731918% AR507 Tontitown City,Arkansas 0.0610355681% AR508 Traskwood City,Arkansas 0.0177678764% AR509 Trumann City,Arkansas 0.2319945153% AR510 Tuckerman City,Arkansas 0.0405439909% AR511 Tull Town,Arkansas 0.0030797252% AR512 Tupelo Town,Arkansas 0.0005171511% AR513 Turrell City,Arkansas 0.0090687475% AR514 Twin Groves Town,Arkansas 0.0156102657% AR515 Tyronza City,Arkansas 0.0382955139% AR516 Ulm Town,Arkansas 0.0000897216% AR517 Union County,Arkansas 0.4520045466% AR518 Valley Springs Town,Arkansas 0.0032716177% AR519 Van Buren City,Arkansas 1.7649031789% AR520 Van Buren County,Arkansas 0.3641848711% AR521 Vandervoort Town,Arkansas 0.0000659675% AR522 Victoria Town,Arkansas 0.0005446257% AR523 Vilonia City,Arkansas 0.1035441323% AR524 Viola Town,Arkansas 0.0032700437% AR525 Wabbaseka Town,Arkansas 0.0082530968% AR526 Waldenburg Town,Arkansas 0.0023526513% AR527 Waldo City,Arkansas 0.0028426141% AR528 Waldron City,Arkansas 0.1501465474% AR529 Walnut Ridge City,Arkansas 0.0315460763% AR530 Ward City,Arkansas 0.1482609634% AR531 Warren City,Arkansas 0.1331456688% AR532 Washington City,Arkansas 0.0014218079% AR533 Washington County,Arkansas 2.0141562897% AR534 Watson City,Arkansas 0.0000569524% AR535 Weiner City,Arkansas 0.0115016760% AR536 Weldon Town,Arkansas 0.0015514534% AR537 West Fork City,Arkansas 0.0278779379% AR538 West Memphis City,Arkansas 0.6402086383% G-23 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation AR539 West Point Town,Arkansas 0.0031173596% AR540 Western Grove Town,Arkansas 0.0057204300% AR541 Wheatley City,Arkansas 0.0050976735% AR542 Whelen Springs Town,Arkansas 0.0002381128% AR543 White County,Arkansas 0.9979591705% AR544 White Hall City,Arkansas 0.0551959387% AR545 Wickes Town,Arkansas 0.0001422380% AR546 Widener Town,Arkansas 0.0014565804% AR547 Wiederkehr Village City, 0.0015955272% Arkansas AR548 Williford Town,Arkansas 0.0025041906% AR549 Willisville Town,Arkansas 0.0003913692% AR550 Wilmar City,Arkansas 0.0018078825% AR551 Wilmot City,Arkansas 0.0171605744% AR552 Wilson City,Arkansas 0.0038733390% AR553 Wilton City,Arkansas 0.0002323889% AR554 Winchester Town,Arkansas 0.0011094280% AR555 Winslow City,Arkansas 0.0059329284% AR556 Winthrop City,Arkansas 0.0004315794% AR557 Woodruff County,Arkansas 0.2136270641% AR558 Wooster Town,Arkansas 0.0052930004% AR559 Wrightsville City,Arkansas 0.0089014675% AR560 Wynne City,Arkansas 0.1541190523% AR561 Yell County,Arkansas 0.5032932325% AR562 Yellville City,Arkansas 0.0268081476% AR563 Zinc Town,Arkansas 0.0018492375% AR564 Keo Town,Arkansas 0.0137063654% AR565 Letona Town,Arkansas 0.0096119422% AR567 Lexa Town,Arkansas 0.0073056542% AR568 Lonsdale Town,Arkansas 0.0009432928% AR569 Lowell City,Arkansas 0.2449366017% AR570 Marshall City,Arkansas 0.0391797079% AR571 McNeil City,Arkansas 0.0006390694% AR572 Mountain View City,Arkansas 0.1444262605% AR573 Nimmons Town,Arkansas 0.0001405209% G-24 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA1 Adelanto City, California CA2 Agoura Hills City, California CA3 Alameda City,California CA4 Alameda County,California CA5 Albany City, California CA6 Alhambra City, California CA7 Aliso Viejo City,California CA9 Amador County, California CA10 American Canyon City,California CA l 1 Anaheim City, California CA12 Anderson City, California CA13 Antioch City,California CA14 Apple Valley Town,California CA15 Arcadia City, California CA16 Arcata City, California CA 17 Arroyo Grande City,California CA 18 Artesia City, California CA19 Arvin City, California CA20 Atascadero City, California CA21 Atwater City,California CA22 Auburn City, California CA23 Avenal City, California Allocations in California CA24 Azusa City,California will be made in CA25 Bakersfield City, California accordance with the CA26 Baldwin Park City,California California State- CA27 Banning City, California Subdivision Agreement. CA28 Barstow City,California CA29 Beaumont City,California CA30 Bell City,California CA31 Bell Gardens City,California CA32 Bellflower City, California CA33 Belmont City,California CA34 Benicia City, California CA35 Berkeley City,California CA36 Beverly Hills City,California CA37 Blythe City, California CA38 Brawley City, California CA39 Brea City,California CA40 Brentwood City,California CA41 Buena Park City,California CA42 Burbank City,California CA43 Burlingame City,California CA44 Butte County, California CA45 Calabasas City, California CA46 Calaveras County,California CA47 Calexico City, California CA48 California City,California G-25 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA49 Camarillo City, California CA50 Campbell City, California CA51 Canyon Lake City,California CA52 Capitola City, California CA53 Carlsbad City, California CA54 Carpinteria City, California CA55 Carson City,California CA56 Cathedral City, California CA57 Ceres City, California CA58 Cerritos City,California CA59 Chico City,California CA60 Chino City, California CA61 Chino Hills City,California CA62 Chowchilla City, California CA63 Chula Vista City,California CA64 Citrus Heights City, California CA65 Claremont City,California CA66 Clayton City, California CA67 Clearlake City,California CA68 Clovis City,California CA69 Coachella City, California CA70 Coalinga City,California Allocations in California CA71 Colton City,California CA72 Colusa County, California will be made in CA73 Commerce City, California accordance with the CA74 Compton City,California California State- CA75 Concord City,California Subdivision Agreement. CA76 Contra Costa County,California CA77 Corcoran City,California CA78 Corona City, California CA79 Coronado City,California CA80 Costa Mesa City, California CA81 Covina City,California CA82 Cudahy City,California CA83 Culver City,California CA84 Cupertino City, California CA85 Cypress City,California CA86 Daly City, California CA87 Dana Point City, California CA88 Danville Town,California CA89 Davis City, California CA90 Del Norte County, California CA91 Delano City, California CA92 Desert Hot Springs City, California CA93 Diamond Bar City, California CA94 Dinuba City, California CA95 Dixon City,California G-26 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA96 Downey City, California CA97 Duarte City,California CA98 Dublin City, California CA99 East Palo Alto City,California CA100 Eastvale City, California CA101 El Cajon City,California CA102 El Centro City, California CA103 El Cerrito City, California CA104 El Dorado County,California CA105 El Monte City,California CA106 El Paso De Robles(Paso Robles) City,California CA107 El Segundo City,California CA108 Elk Grove City,California CA109 Emeryville City,California CA110 Encinitas City,California CA111 Escondido City,California CA112 Eureka City,California CA113 Exeter City,California CA114 Fairfield City,California CA115 Farmersville City,California CA116 Fillmore City,California Allocations in California CA117 Folsom City,California will be made in CA118 Fontana City,California accordance with the CA119 Fortuna City,California California State- CA120 Foster City,California Subdivision Agreement. CA121 Fountain Valley City,California CA122 Fremont City, California CA123 Fresno City,California CA124 Fresno County,California CA125 Fullerton City, California CA126 Galt City, California CA127 Garden Grove City,California CA128 Gardena City, California CA129 Gilroy City,California CA130 Glendale City,California CA131 Glendora City,California CA132 Glenn County, California CA133 Goleta City, California CA134 Grand Terrace City, California CA135 Grass Valley City, California CA136 Greenfield City, California CA137 Grover Beach City,California CA138 Half Moon Bay City,California CA139 Hanford City,California CA140 Hawaiian Gardens City,California CA141 Hawthorne City,California G-27 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA142 Hayward City, California CA143 Healdsburg City, California CA144 Hemet City, California CA145 Hercules City,California CA146 Hermosa Beach City,California CA147 Hesperia City,California CA148 Highland City,California CA149 Hillsborough Town,California CA150 Hollister City,California CA151 Humboldt County, California CA152 Huntington Beach City,California CA153 Huntington Park City, California CA154 Imperial Beach City, California CA155 Imperial City, California CA156 Imperial County, California CA157 Indio City,California CA158 Inglewood City, California CA159 Inyo County, California CA160 Irvine City,California CA161 Jurupa Valley City,California CA162 Kerman City,California CA163 Kern County,California Allocations in California CA164 King City,California CA165 Kings County,California will be made in CA166 Kingsburg City,California accordance with the CA167 La Canada Flintridge City, California State- California Subdivision Agreement. CA168 La Habra City,California CA169 La Mesa City, California CA170 La Mirada City, California CA171 La Palma City,California CA172 La Puente City,California CA173 La Quinta City,California CA174 La Verne City,California CA175 Lafayette City, California CA176 Laguna Beach City,California CA177 Laguna Hills City, California CA178 Laguna Niguel City,California CA179 Laguna Woods City,California CA180 Lake County,California CA181 Lake Elsinore City,California CA182 Lake Forest City,California CA183 Lakeport City,California CA184 Lakewood City,California CA185 Lancaster City, California CA186 Larkspur City,California CA187 Lassen County, California CA188 Lathrop City, California G-28 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA189 Lawndale City,California CA190 Lemon Grove City,California CA191 Lemoore City,California CA192 Lincoln City,California CA193 Lindsay City,California CA194 Livermore City,California CA195 Livingston City,California CA196 Lodi City,California CA197 Loma Linda City, California CA198 Lomita City,California CA199 Lompoc City,California CA200 Long Beach City,California CA201 Los Alamitos City, California CA202 Los Altos City,California CA203 Los Angeles City,California CA204 Los Angeles County,California CA205 Los Banos City,California CA206 Los Gatos Town, California CA207 Lynwood City,California CA208 Madera City, California CA209 Madera County, California CA210 Malibu City,California Allocations in California CA211 Manhattan Beach City, California will be made in CA212 Manteca City,California accordance with the CA213 Marin County, California California State- CA214 Marina City, California Subdivision Agreement. CA215 Mariposa County, California CA216 Martinez City,California CA217 Marysville City,California CA218 Maywood City,California CA219 McFarland City, California CA220 Mendocino County,California CA221 Mendota City, California CA222 Menifee City,California CA223 Menlo Park City, California CA224 Merced City, California CA225 Merced County, California CA226 Mill Valley City,California CA227 Millbrae City,California CA228 Milpitas City,California CA229 Mission Viejo City, California CA230 Modesto City,California CA231 Modoc County,California CA232 Mono County,California CA233 Monrovia City,California CA234 Montclair City,California CA235 Montebello City, California G-29 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA236 Monterey City, California CA237 Monterey County, California CA238 Monterey Park City,California CA239 Moorpark City, California CA240 Moraga Town,California CA241 Moreno Valley City,California CA242 Morgan Hill City,California CA243 Morro Bay City,California CA244 Mountain View City, California CA245 Murrieta City, California CA246 Napa City,California CA247 Napa County,California CA248 National City,California CA249 Nevada County, California CA250 Newark City, California CA251 Newman City,California CA252 Newport Beach City, California CA253 Norco City,California CA254 Norwalk City,California CA255 Novato City, California CA256 Oakdale City,California CA257 Oakland City, California Allocations in California CA258 Oakley City, California CA259 Oceanside City,California will be made in CA260 Ontario City, California accordance with the CA261 Orange City,California California State- CA262 Orange County, California Subdivision Agreement. CA263 Orange Cove City, California CA264 Orinda City, California CA265 Oroville City,California CA266 Oxnard City,California CA267 Pacific Grove City, California CA268 Pacifica City,California CA269 Palm Desert City, California CA270 Palm Springs City,California CA271 Palmdale City,California CA272 Palo Alto City,California CA273 Palos Verdes Estates City, California CA274 Paramount City,California CA275 Parlier City, California CA276 Pasadena City,California CA277 Patterson City,California CA278 Perris City, California CA279 Petaluma City,California CA280 Pico Rivera City, California CA281 Piedmont City,California CA282 Pinole City, California G-30 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA283 Pittsburg City,California CA284 Placentia City, California CA285 Placer County,California CA286 Placerville City, California CA287 Pleasant Hill City,California CA288 Pleasanton City,California CA289 Plumas County, California CA290 Pomona City, California CA291 Port Hueneme City,California CA292 Porterville City,California CA293 Poway City,California CA294 Rancho Cordova City, California CA295 Rancho Cucamonga City,California CA296 Rancho Mirage City,California CA297 Rancho Palos Verdes City, California CA298 Rancho Santa Margarita City, California CA299 Red Bluff City, California CA300 Redding City, California CA301 Redlands City,California CA302 Redondo Beach City,California CA303 Redwood City,California Allocations in California CA304 Reedley City, California will be made in CA305 Rialto City, California accordance with the CA306 Richmond City, California California State- CA307 Ridgecrest City, California Subdivision Agreement. CA308 Ripon City, California CA309 Riverbank City, California CA310 Riverside City,California CA311 Riverside County,California CA312 Rocklin City, California CA313 Rohnert Park City, California CA314 Rosemead City, California CA315 Roseville City, California CA316 Sacramento City, California CA317 Sacramento County,California CA318 Salinas City,California CA319 San Anselmo Town,California CA320 San Benito County,California CA321 San Bernardino City,California CA322 San Bernardino County,California CA323 San Bruno City,California CA324 San Buenaventura(Ventura) City, California CA325 San Carlos City,California CA326 San Clemente City,California CA327 San Diego City, California CA328 San Diego County, California G-31 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA329 San Dimas City,California CA330 San Fernando City, California CA331 San Francisco City,California CA332 San Gabriel City,California CA333 San Jacinto City, California CA334 San Joaquin County,California CA335 San Jose City, California CA336 San Juan Capistrano City, California CA337 San Leandro City, California CA338 San Luis Obispo City,California CA339 San Luis Obispo County, California CA340 San Marcos City,California CA341 San Marino City, California CA342 San Mateo City, California CA343 San Mateo County, California CA344 San Pablo City,California CA345 San Rafael City,California CA346 San Ramon City,California CA347 Sanger City, California CA348 Santa Ana City,California CA349 Santa Barbara City, California Allocations in California CA350 Santa Barbara County, California will be made in CA351 Santa Clara City,California accordance with the CA352 Santa Clara County,California California State- CA353 Santa Clarita City, California Subdivision Agreement. CA354 Santa Cruz City,California CA355 Santa Cruz County,California CA356 Santa Fe Springs City,California CA357 Santa Maria City,California CA358 Santa Monica City, California CA359 Santa Paula City, California CA360 Santa Rosa City, California CA361 Santee City, California CA362 Saratoga City, California CA363 Scotts Valley City,California CA364 Seal Beach City,California CA365 Seaside City, California CA366 Selma City,California CA367 Shafter City, California CA368 Shasta County,California CA369 Shasta Lake City,California CA371 Sierra Madre City,California CA372 Signal Hill City,California CA373 Simi Valley City, California CA374 Siskiyou County,California CA375 Solana Beach City,California CA376 Solano County, California G-32 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA377 Soledad City,California CA378 Sonoma City, California CA379 Sonoma County, California CA380 South El Monte City, California CA381 South Gate City, California CA382 South Lake Tahoe City, California CA383 South Pasadena City, California CA384 South San Francisco City, California CA385 Stanislaus County, California CA386 Stanton City, California CA387 Stockton City, California CA388 Suisun City,California CA389 Sunnyvale City,California CA390 Susanville City, California CA391 Sutter County,California CA392 Tehachapi City,California CA393 Tehama County,California CA394 Temecula City,California CA395 Temple City, California CA396 Thousand Oaks City,California CA397 Torrance City,California Allocations in California CA398 Tracy City,California CA399 Trinity County, California will be made in CA400 Truckee Town, California accordance with the CA401 Tulare City,California California State- CA402 Tulare County,California Subdivision Agreement. CA403 Tuolumne County,California CA404 Turlock City, California CA405 Tustin City, California CA406 Twentynine Palms City,California CA407 Ukiah City, California CA408 Union City,California CA409 Upland City, California CA410 Vacaville City,California CA411 Vallejo City, California CA412 Ventura County,California CA413 Victorville City,California CA414 Visalia City,California CA415 Vista City,California CA416 Walnut City, California CA417 Walnut Creek City,California CA418 Wasco City,California CA419 Watsonville City,California CA420 West Covina City, California CA421 West Hollywood City,California CA422 West Sacramento City, California CA423 Westminster City,California G-33 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CA424 Whittier City,California CA425 Wildomar City,California CA426 Windsor Town,California Allocations in California CA427 Woodland City, California CA428 Yolo County,California will be made in CA429 Yorba Linda City, California accordance with the CA430 Yuba City, California California State- CA431 Yuba County, California Subdivision Agreement. CA432 Yucaipa City,California CA433 Yucca Valley Town,California G-34 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CO1 Adams County,Colorado CO2 Alamosa City, Colorado CO3 Alamosa County, Colorado C04 Arapahoe County, Colorado C05 Archuleta County,Colorado C06 Arvada City,Colorado C07 Aurora City,Colorado C08 Baca County,Colorado C09 Bent County,Colorado CO10 Black Hawk City,Colorado CO11 Boulder City,Colorado CO12 Boulder County,Colorado CO13 Brighton City, Colorado CO14 Broomfield City, Colorado CO15 Canon City,Colorado CO16 Castle Pines City, Colorado CO17 Castle Rock Town,Colorado CO18 Centennial City,Colorado CO19 Chaffee County, Colorado CO20 Cheyenne County, Colorado CO21 Clear Creek County, Colorado CO22 Colorado Springs City, Colorado CO23 Commerce City, Colorado Allocations in Colorado CO24 Conejos County, Colorado will be made in CO25 Costilla County,Colorado accordance with the CO26 Crowley County,Colorado Colorado Opioids CO27 Custer County,Colorado Settlement Memorandum CO28 Delta County, Colorado of Understanding. CO29 Denver City,Colorado C030 Dolores County, Colorado C031 Douglas County,Colorado C032 Durango City,Colorado C033 Eagle County, Colorado C034 El Paso County,Colorado C035 Elbert County, Colorado C036 Englewood City,Colorado C037 Erie Town, Colorado C038 Evans City, Colorado C039 Federal Heights City,Colorado C040 Firestone Town,Colorado C041 Fort Collins City, Colorado C042 Fort Morgan City, Colorado C043 Fountain City, Colorado C044 Frederick Town,Colorado C045 Fremont County, Colorado C046 Fruita City,Colorado C047 Garfield County,Colorado C048 Gilpin County, Colorado C049 Golden City, Colorado G-35 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation C050 Grand County,Colorado C051 Grand Junction City, Colorado C052 Greeley City, Colorado C053 Greenwood Village City, Colorado C054 Gunnison County, Colorado C055 Hinsdale County, Colorado C056 Hudson Town,Colorado C057 Huerfano County, Colorado C058 Jackson County, Colorado C059 Jefferson County, Colorado C060 Johnstown,Colorado C061 Kiowa County, Colorado C062 Kit Carson County,Colorado C063 La Plata County,Colorado C064 Lafayette City, Colorado C065 Lake County,Colorado C066 Lakewood City,Colorado C067 Larimer County,Colorado C068 Las Animas County, Colorado C069 Lincoln County,Colorado C070 Littleton City,Colorado C071 Logan County, Colorado C072 Lone Tree City,Colorado Allocations in Colorado C073 Longmont City, Colorado will be made in C074 Louisville City,Colorado accordance with the C075 Loveland City, Colorado Colorado Opioids C076 Mesa County, Colorado Settlement Memorandum C077 Mineral County, Colorado of Understanding. C078 Moffat County, Colorado C079 Montezuma County, Colorado C080 Montrose City,Colorado C081 Montrose County,Colorado C082 Morgan County, Colorado C083 Northglenn City,Colorado C084 Otero County,Colorado C085 Ouray County,Colorado C086 Park County, Colorado C087 Parker Town,Colorado C088 Phillips County, Colorado C089 Pitkin County,Colorado C090 Prowers County, Colorado C091 Pueblo City, Colorado C092 Pueblo County, Colorado C093 Rio Blanco County,Colorado C094 Rio Grande County,Colorado C095 Routt County,Colorado C096 Saguache County,Colorado C097 San Juan County, Colorado C098 San Miguel County,Colorado G-36 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation C099 Sedgwick County,Colorado CO100 Sheridan City, Colorado CO101 Steamboat Springs City, Colorado CO102 Sterling City, Colorado CO103 Summit County, Colorado CO104 Superior Town,Colorado CO105 Teller County,Colorado CO106 Thornton City,Colorado CO107 Washington County,Colorado CO108 Weld County, Colorado CO109 Wellington Town, Colorado CO110 Westminster City,Colorado CO111 Wheat Ridge City,Colorado CO112 Windsor Town,Colorado CO113 Yuma County, Colorado CO114 Aguilar Town, Colorado CO115 Akron Town,Colorado CO116 Alma Town,Colorado CO117 Antonito Town, Colorado CO118 Arriba Town,Colorado CO119 Aspen City,Colorado CO120 Ault Town,Colorado Allocations in Colorado CO121 Avon Town,Colorado C0122 Basalt Town,Colorado will be made in C0123 Bayfield Town,Colorado accordance with the C0124 Bennett Town,Colorado Colorado Opioids C0125 Berthoud Town, Colorado Settlement Memorandum C0126 Bethune Town, Colorado of Understanding. C0127 Blanca Town,Colorado C0128 Blue River Town,Colorado C0129 Boone Town,Colorado CO130 Bow Mar Town, Colorado CO131 Branson Town,Colorado CO132 Breckenridge Town,Colorado CO133 Brookside Town,Colorado CO134 Brush City,Colorado CO135 Buena Vista Town, Colorado CO136 Burlington City,Colorado CO137 Calhan Town, Colorado C0138 Campo Town,Colorado CO139 Carbondale Town,Colorado C0140 Cedaredge Town,Colorado C0141 Center Town, Colorado C0142 Central City,Colorado CO143 Cheraw Town,Colorado C0144 Cherry Hills Village City, Colorado C0145 Cheyenne Wells Town, Colorado CO146 City Of Creede Town, Colorado G-37 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation C0147 Coal Creek Town, Colorado C0148 Cokedale Town,Colorado CO149 Collbran Town,Colorado CO150 Columbine Valley Town,Colorado CO151 Cortez City,Colorado CO152 Craig City,Colorado CO153 Crawford Town,Colorado CO154 Crested Butte Town,Colorado CO155 Crestone Town, Colorado CO156 Cripple Creek City, Colorado CO157 Crook Town,Colorado CO158 Crowley Town,Colorado CO159 Dacono City,Colorado CO160 De Beque Town,Colorado CO161 Deer Trail Town, Colorado CO162 Del Norte Town, Colorado CO163 Delta City,Colorado CO164 Dillon Town, Colorado CO165 Dinosaur Town,Colorado CO166 Dolores Town,Colorado CO167 Dove Creek Town,Colorado CO168 Eads Town,Colorado Allocations in Colorado CO169 Eagle Town,Colorado CO170 Eaton Town, Colorado will be made in C0171 Eckley Town,Colorado accordance with the CO172 Edgewater City,Colorado Colorado Opioids CO173 Elizabeth Town,Colorado Settlement Memorandum CO174 Empire Town,Colorado of Understanding. CO175 Estes Park Town, Colorado CO176 Fairplay Town, Colorado CO177 Flagler Town,Colorado CO178 Fleming Town,Colorado CO179 Florence City, Colorado CO180 Fort Lupton City,Colorado CO181 Fowler Town,Colorado CO182 Foxfield Town, Colorado CO183 Fraser Town,Colorado CO184 Frisco Town, Colorado CO185 Garden City Town, Colorado CO186 Genoa Town,Colorado CO187 Georgetown Town,Colorado CO188 Gilcrest Town, Colorado CO189 Glendale City, Colorado CO190 Glenwood Springs City,Colorado CO191 Granada Town, Colorado CO192 Granby Town,Colorado CO193 Grand Lake Town,Colorado CO194 Green Mountain Falls Town, Colorado G-38 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CO195 Grover Town,Colorado CO196 Gunnison City,Colorado CO197 Gypsum Town,Colorado CO198 Hartman Town,Colorado CO199 Haswell Town, Colorado CO200 Haxtun Town,Colorado CO201 Hayden Town,Colorado CO202 Hillrose Town,Colorado CO203 Holly Town, Colorado CO204 Holyoke City,Colorado CO205 Hooper Town, Colorado CO206 Hot Sulphur Springs Town, Colorado CO207 Hotchkiss Town,Colorado CO208 Hugo Town,Colorado CO209 Idaho Springs City,Colorado CO210 Ignacio Town,Colorado CO211 Iliff Town,Colorado CO212 Jamestown Town,Colorado CO213 Julesburg Town, Colorado CO214 Keenesburg Town, Colorado CO215 Kersey Town, Colorado Allocations in Colorado CO216 Kim Town,Colorado CO217 Kiowa Town,Colorado will be made in CO218 Kit Carson Town,Colorado accordance with the CO219 Kremmling Town,Colorado Colorado Opioids CO220 La Jara Town,Colorado Settlement Memorandum CO221 La Junta City,Colorado of Understanding. CO222 La Salle Town,Colorado CO223 La Veta Town, Colorado CO224 Lake City Town, Colorado CO225 Lakeside Town,Colorado CO226 Lamar City,Colorado CO227 Larkspur Town,Colorado CO228 Las Animas City,Colorado CO229 Leadville City, Colorado CO230 Limon Town,Colorado CO231 Lochbuie Town,Colorado CO232 Log Lane Village Town, Colorado CO233 Lyons Town,Colorado CO234 Manassa Town,Colorado CO235 Mancos Town,Colorado CO236 Manitou Springs City,Colorado CO237 Manzanola Town,Colorado CO238 Marble Town, Colorado CO239 Mead Town,Colorado CO240 Meeker Town,Colorado CO241 Merino Town, Colorado CO242 Milliken Town,Colorado G-39 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CO243 Minturn Town,Colorado CO244 Moffat Town, Colorado CO245 Monte Vista City, Colorado CO246 Montezuma Town,Colorado CO247 Monument Town,Colorado CO248 Morrison Town,Colorado CO249 Mount Crested Butte Town, Colorado CO250 Mountain View Town, Colorado CO251 Mountain Village Town,Colorado CO252 Naturita Town, Colorado CO253 Nederland Town,Colorado CO254 New Castle Town, Colorado CO255 Norwood Town,Colorado CO256 Nucla Town, Colorado CO257 Nunn Town,Colorado CO258 Oak Creek Town, Colorado CO259 Olathe Town,Colorado CO260 Olney Springs Town,Colorado CO261 Ophir Town,Colorado CO262 Orchard City Town,Colorado CO263 Ordway Town,Colorado Allocations in Colorado CO264 Otis Town,Colorado CO265 Ouray City,Colorado will be made in CO266 Ovid Town,Colorado accordance with the CO267 Pagosa Springs Town,Colorado Colorado Opioids CO268 Palisade Town,Colorado Settlement Memorandum CO269 Palmer Lake Town,Colorado of Understanding. CO270 Paoli Town, Colorado CO271 Paonia Town, Colorado CO272 Parachute Town, Colorado CO273 Peetz Town, Colorado CO274 Pierce Town,Colorado CO275 Pitkin Town, Colorado CO276 Platteville Town,Colorado CO277 Poncha Springs Town, Colorado CO278 Pritchett Town,Colorado CO279 Ramah Town,Colorado CO280 Rangely Town,Colorado CO281 Raymer(New Raymer)Town, Colorado CO282 Red Cliff Town,Colorado CO283 Rico Town, Colorado CO284 Ridgway Town,Colorado CO285 Rifle City,Colorado CO286 Rockvale Town,Colorado CO287 Rocky Ford City,Colorado CO288 Romeo Town,Colorado CO289 Rye Town,Colorado G-40 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CO290 Saguache Town,Colorado CO291 Salida City, Colorado CO292 San Luis Town, Colorado CO293 Sanford Town,Colorado CO294 Sawpit Town,Colorado CO295 Sedgwick Town,Colorado CO296 Seibert Town,Colorado CO297 Severance Town,Colorado CO298 Sheridan Lake Town, Colorado CO299 Silt Town,Colorado C0300 Silver Cliff Town,Colorado C0301 Silver Plume Town,Colorado C0302 Silverthorne Town, Colorado C0303 Silverton Town,Colorado C0304 Simla Town,Colorado C0305 Snowmass Village Town, Colorado C0306 South Fork Town, Colorado C0307 Springfield Town,Colorado C0308 Starkville Town,Colorado Allocations in Colorado C0309 Stratton Town,Colorado will be made in C0310 Sugar City Town,Colorado accordance with the C0311 Swink Town,Colorado Colorado Opioids C0312 Telluride Town, Colorado Settlement Memorandum C0313 Timnath Town,Colorado of Understanding. C0314 Trinidad City,Colorado C0315 Two Buttes Town, Colorado C0316 Vail Town, Colorado C0317 Victor City, Colorado C0318 Vilas Town, Colorado C0319 Vona Town, Colorado C0320 Walden Town,Colorado C0321 Walsenburg City, Colorado C0322 Walsh Town, Colorado C0323 Ward Town, Colorado C0324 Westcliffe Town, Colorado C0325 Wiggins Town,Colorado C0326 Wiley Town, Colorado C0327 Williamsburg Town, Colorado C0328 Winter Park Town, Colorado C0329 Woodland Park City,Colorado C0330 Wray City,Colorado C0331 Yampa Town,Colorado C0332 Yuma City,Colorado G-41 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CT 1 Andover Town, Connecticut 0.0513214640% CT2 Ansonia City,Connecticut 0.5316052437% CT3 Ashford Town, Connecticut 0.1096965130% CT4 Avon Town,Connecticut 0.5494886534% CT5 Barkhamsted Town,Connecticut 0.0620629520% CT6 Beacon Falls Town, Connecticut 0.1953947308% CT7 Berlin Town,Connecticut 0.5215629385% CT8 Bethany Town,Connecticut 0.1039156068% CT9 Bethel Town,Connecticut 0.3522422145% CT10 Bethlehem Town,Connecticut 0.0078647202% CT11 Bloomfield Town,Connecticut 0.4888368136% CT12 Bolton Town,Connecticut 0.1520831395% CT13 Bozrah Town, Connecticut 0.0582057867% CT14 Branford Town,Connecticut 0.8903816954% CT15 Bridgeport City,Connecticut 3.2580743095% CT16 Bridgewater Town,Connecticut 0.0118125935% CT17 Bristol City,Connecticut 1.3355768908% CT18 Brookfield Town,Connecticut 0.3087903124% CT19 Brooklyn Town, Connecticut 0.1880661562% CT20 Burlington Town,Connecticut 0.2348761319% CT21 Canaan Town,Connecticut 0.0343343640% CT22 Canterbury Town, Connecticut 0.1354310071% CT23 Canton Town,Connecticut 0.2669011966% CT24 Chaplin Town, Connecticut 0.0523959290% CT25 Cheshire Town, Connecticut 0.9783113499% CT26 Chester Town, Connecticut 0.0772387574% CT27 Clinton Town,Connecticut 0.5348726093% CT28 Colchester Town, Connecticut 0.6134395770% CT29 Colebrook Town,Connecticut 0.0296870114% CT30 Columbia Town,Connecticut 0.1005666237% CT31 Cornwall Town,Connecticut 0.0486027928% CT32 Coventry Town,Connecticut 0.3460011479% CT33 Cromwell Town, Connecticut 0.4750451453% CT34 Danbury City,Connecticut 1.1556465907% CT35 Darien Town,Connecticut 0.6429649345% CT36 Deep River Town, Connecticut 0.0924563595% CT37 Derby City,Connecticut 0.3503125449% CT38 Durham Town, Connecticut 0.0079309232% CT39 East Granby Town,Connecticut 0.1455975170% CT40 East Haddam Town,Connecticut 0.3145696377% CT41 East Hampton Town, Connecticut 0.4637546663% CT42 East Hartford Town, Connecticut 1.2645454069% CT43 East Haven Town, Connecticut 0.8590923735% CT44 East Lyme Town, Connecticut 0.6375826296% CT45 East Windsor Town, Connecticut 0.2419743793% CT46 Eastford Town, Connecticut 0.0446651958% CT47 Easton Town,Connecticut 0.1354961231% CT48 Ellington Town,Connecticut 0.4010047839% CT49 Enfield Town,Connecticut 0.9173431190% G-42 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CT50 Essex Town, Connecticut 0.1431870357% CT51 Fairfield Town,Connecticut 1.4212308415% CT52 Farmington Town,Connecticut 0.6572091547% CT53 Franklin Town, Connecticut 0.0446032416% CT54 Glastonbury Town,Connecticut 1.0420644550% CT55 Goshen Town, Connecticut 0.0030464255% CT56 Granby Town,Connecticut 0.2928405247% CT57 Greenwich Town, Connecticut 1.5644702467% CT58 Griswold Town,Connecticut 0.3865570141% CT59 Groton Town,Connecticut 1.4033874500% CT60 Guilford Town,Connecticut 0.8399392493% CT61 Haddam Town, Connecticut 0.0151716553% CT62 Hamden Town, Connecticut 1.7724359413% CT63 Hampton Town,Connecticut 0.0429454985% CT64 Hartford City,Connecticut 5.3268549899% CT65 Hartland Town, Connecticut 0.0359782738% CT66 Harwinton Town, Connecticut 0.0126363764% CT67 Hebron Town,Connecticut 0.1593443254% CT68 Kent Town, Connecticut 0.0835899976% CT69 Killingly Town,Connecticut 0.6116898413% CT70 Killingworth Town,Connecticut 0.2652963170% CT71 Lebanon Town, Connecticut 0.2746607824% CT72 Ledyard Town,Connecticut 0.5514380850% CT73 Lisbon Town, Connecticut 0.1156355161% CT74 Litchfield Town,Connecticut 0.3481982974% CT75 Lyme Town,Connecticut 0.0023141411% CT76 Madison Town,Connecticut 0.7594223560% CT77 Manchester Town,Connecticut 1.3929765818% CT78 Mansfield Town,Connecticut 0.3058754037% CT79 Marlborough Town,Connecticut 0.0766010346% CT80 Meriden City, Connecticut 1.8508778149% CT81 Middlebury Town,Connecticut 0.0276033951% CT82 Middlefield Town,Connecticut 0.0075627554% CT83 Middletown City, Connecticut 1.5343128975% CT84 Milford City,Connecticut 1.8215679630% CT85 Monroe Town, Connecticut 0.4307375445% CT86 Montville Town,Connecticut 0.5806185940% CT87 Morris Town,Connecticut 0.0099785725% CT88 Naugatuck Borough, Connecticut 1.0644527326% CT89 New Britain City, Connecticut 1.5740557511% CT90 New Canaan Town,Connecticut 0.6136187204% CT91 New Fairfield Town,Connecticut 0.2962030448% CT92 New Hartford Town,Connecticut 0.1323482193% CT93 New Haven City,Connecticut 5.8061427601% CT94 New London City,Connecticut 1.0536729060% CT95 New Milford Town,Connecticut 1.0565475001% CT96 Newington Town,Connecticut 0.7132456565% CT97 Newtown,Connecticut 0.5964476353% CT98 Norfolk Town, Connecticut 0.0442819100% G-43 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CT99 North Branford Town, 0.4795791623% Connecticut CT 100 North Canaan Town,Connecticut 0.0913148022% CT 101 North Haven Town, Connecticut 0.7922543069% CT102 North Stonington Town, 0.1803885830% Connecticut CT103 Norwalk City,Connecticut 1.5918210823% CT104 Norwich City,Connecticut 1.1639182124% CT105 Old Lyme Town, Connecticut 0.0247921386% CT 106 Old Saybrook Town,Connecticut 0.4181170767% CT107 Orange Town,Connecticut 0.3683598812% CT108 Oxford Town, Connecticut 0.3955127994% CT109 Plainfield Town, Connecticut 0.5352043161% CT110 Plainville Town,Connecticut 0.3937549612% CT111 Plymouth Town, Connecticut 0.4213382978% CT 112 Pomfret Town,Connecticut 0.1174722050% CT113 Portland Town, Connecticut 0.3205523149% CT114 Preston Town,Connecticut 0.1319895374% CT115 Prospect Town,Connecticut 0.3056173107% CT116 Putnam Town, Connecticut 0.2953254103% CT117 Redding Town, Connecticut 0.1726435223% CT 118 Ridgefield Town,Connecticut 0.6645173744% CT119 Rocky Hill Town,Connecticut 0.3929175425% CT120 Roxbury Town,Connecticut 0.0037924445% CT121 Salem Town,Connecticut 0.1075219911% CT 122 Salisbury Town, Connecticut 0.1052257347% CT123 Scotland Town,Connecticut 0.0395212218% CT124 Seymour Town,Connecticut 0.5301171581% CT125 Sharon Town,Connecticut 0.0761294123% CT126 Shelton City, Connecticut 0.5601099879% CT127 Sherman Town, Connecticut 0.0494382353% CT128 Simsbury Town,Connecticut 0.6988446241% CT129 Somers Town,Connecticut 0.2491740063% CT130 South Windsor Town, Connecticut 0.7310935932% CT131 Southbury Town, Connecticut 0.0581965974% CT132 Southington Town, Connecticut 0.9683065927% CT133 Sprague Town, Connecticut 0.0874709763% CT134 Stafford Town, Connecticut 0.3388202949% CT135 Stamford City,Connecticut 2.9070395589% CT136 Sterling Town, Connecticut 0.0949826467% CT137 Stonington Town, Connecticut 0.5576891315% CT138 Stratford Town, Connecticut 0.9155695700% CT139 Suffield Town,Connecticut 0.3402792315% CT 140 Thomaston Town, Connecticut 0.2664061562% CT141 Thompson Town, Connecticut 0.2673479187% CT142 Tolland Town,Connecticut 0.4342020371% CT143 Torrington City,Connecticut 1.3652460176% CT144 Trumbull Town, Connecticut 0.7617744403% CT145 Union Town,Connecticut 0.0153941764% G-44 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation CT146 Vernon Town,Connecticut 0.7027162157% CT147 Voluntown,Connecticut 0.0733181557% CT148 Wallingford Town, Connecticut 1.5350353996% CT149 Warren Town,Connecticut 0.0489758024% CT150 Washington Town,Connecticut 0.1553517897% CT 151 Waterbury City, Connecticut 4.6192219654% CT152 Waterford Town, Connecticut 0.7608802056% CT153 Watertown, Connecticut 0.6868118808% CT 154 West Hartford Town,Connecticut 1.6216697477% CT155 West Haven City, Connecticut 1.4026972589% CT156 Westbrook Town, Connecticut 0.2586999280% CT157 Weston Town, Connecticut 0.3664201329% CT158 Westport Town, Connecticut 0.8921084083% CT159 Wethersfield Town,Connecticut 0.6208707168% CT160 Willington Town,Connecticut 0.0975268185% CT161 Wilton Town, Connecticut 0.6378099925% CT162 Winchester Town,Connecticut 0.3760305376% CT163 Windham Town,Connecticut 1.0108949901% CT 164 Windsor Locks Town, Connecticut 0.3174167624% CT165 Windsor Town,Connecticut 0.7548324123% CT166 Wolcott Town,Connecticut 0.5443693820% CT167 Woodbridge Town, Connecticut 0.2435300513% CT168 Woodbury Town, Connecticut 0.3411988605% CT169 Woodmont Borough,Connecticut 0.0173159412% CT170 Woodstock Town,Connecticut 0.1817110623% G-45 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation DE1 Dover City,Delaware 25.00000000%($1.00) DE2 Kent County,Delaware 25.00000000%($1.00) DE3 Middletown,Delaware 0.0000000000% DE4 Milford City,Delaware 0.0000000000% DE5 New Castle County,Delaware 0.0000000000% DE6 Newark City,Delaware 0.0000000000% DE7 Seaford City,Delaware 25.00000000%($1.00) DE8 Smyrna Town,Delaware 0.0000000000% DE9 Sussex County,Delaware 25.00000000%($1.00) DE10 Wilmington City,Delaware 0.0000000000% G-46 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GAl Acworth City,Georgia 0.1010066057% GA2 Adel City, Georgia 0.0545649432% GA3 Albany City, Georgia 0.3157843012% GA4 Alma City,Georgia 0.0720108615% GA5 Alpharetta City,Georgia 0.2110377863% GA6 Americus City, Georgia 0.0651732444% GA7 Appling County, Georgia 0.1891925647% GA8 Arlington City, Georgia 0.0057755147% GA9 Athens-Clarke County Unified 1.3856330305% Government,Georgia GA10 Atkinson County, Georgia 0.0986720780% GAl1 Atlanta City, Georgia 2.9922320659% GA12 Augusta-Richmond County 2.7761021713% Consolidated Government, Georgia GA13 Bacon County, Georgia 0.1326313298% GA14 Bainbridge City,Georgia 0.0569861790% GA15 Baker County,Georgia 0.0138992540% GA16 Baldwin County, Georgia 0.2940093402% GA17 Banks County,Georgia 0.2108287241% GA18 Barrow County,Georgia 0.7562315570% GA19 Bartow County, Georgia 1.0945235112% GA20 Ben Hill County,Georgia 0.0834031458% GA21 Berrien County,Georgia 0.1225733642% GA22 Blackshear City,Georgia 0.0349161927% GA23 Blakely City,Georgia 0.0158441397% GA24 Bleckley County, Georgia 0.1430561858% GA25 Brantley County,Georgia 0.2875410777% GA26 Braselton Town,Georgia 0.0371467624% GA27 Brookhaven City, Georgia 0.0913450445% GA28 Brooks County,Georgia 0.1455943886% GA29 Brunswick City,Georgia 0.1020085339% GA30 Bryan County, Georgia 0.2289883650% GA31 Buford City,Georgia 0.0023586547% GA32 Bulloch County, Georgia 0.4088475182% GA33 Burke County, Georgia 0.1875413288% GA34 Butts County,Georgia 0.3178860983% GA35 Calhoun City, Georgia 0.1780085402% GA36 Calhoun County, Georgia 0.0360783561% GA37 Camden County,Georgia 0.3387009665% GA38 Candler County, Georgia 0.0990882539% GA39 Canton City,Georgia 0.1378274535% GA40 Carroll County,Georgia 1.4108548814% GA41 Carrollton City,Georgia 0.4395018339% GA42 Cartersville City,Georgia 0.2991406477% GA43 Catoosa County,Georgia 1.0548339612% GA44 Chamblee City,Georgia 0.0537051979% GA45 Charlton County,Georgia 0.1046313818% GA46 Chatham County,Georgia 1.4544033708% G-47 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GA47 Chattooga County,Georgia 0.3317513109% GA48 Cherokee County,Georgia 2.1190683851% GA49 Clarkston City, Georgia 0.0175253481% GA50 Clay County,Georgia 0.0274637104% GA51 Clayton County, Georgia 1.6728881377% GA52 Clinch County, Georgia 0.0617206810% GA53 Cobb County, Georgia 5.8580801967% GA54 Coffee County,Georgia 0.4164755944% GA55 College Park City, Georgia 0.1805996391% GA56 Colquitt County, Georgia 0.2578612394% GA57 Columbia County,Georgia 1.2905730633% GA58 Columbus City,Georgia 1.8227140298% GA59 Conyers City,Georgia 0.1202231912% GA60 Cook County, Georgia 0.0973405674% GA61 Cordele City, Georgia 0.0583989534% GA62 Covington City,Georgia 0.1969084378% GA63 Coweta County, Georgia 0.9767276305% GA64 Crawford County,Georgia 0.1282569558% GA65 Crisp County, Georgia 0.1296658905% GA66 Cusseta-Chattahoochee County 0.0695538650% Unified Government, Georgia GA67 Dade County,Georgia 0.1799465490% GA68 Dallas City, Georgia 0.0916776643% GA69 Dalton City,Georgia 0.3628092518% GA70 Damascus City,Georgia 0.0005040301% GA71 Dawson City, Georgia 0.0138696254% GA72 Dawson County, Georgia 0.3192782415% GA73 Decatur City, Georgia 0.1040340531% GA74 Decatur County, Georgia 0.1633371087% GA75 Dekalb County,Georgia 4.0579602979% GA76 Demorest City, Georgia 0.0233539880% GA77 Dodge County, Georgia 0.3228398634% GA78 Dooly County,Georgia 0.0758970226% GA79 Doraville City, Georgia 0.0619484258% GA80 Dougherty County, Georgia 0.4519146718% GA81 Douglas City,Georgia 0.2364366638% GA82 Douglas County,Georgia 1.2411219485% GA83 Douglasville City, Georgia 0.2313289102% GA84 Dublin City, Georgia 0.1598683843% GA85 Duluth City, Georgia 0.1174400509% GA86 Dunwoody City,Georgia 0.0823645400% GA87 Early County, Georgia 0.0433467628% GA88 East Point City, Georgia 0.2308433908% GA89 Echols County,Georgia 0.0262187359% GA90 Effingham County, Georgia 0.4370293068% GA91 Elbert County, Georgia 0.2655117233% GA92 Emanuel County, Georgia 0.2278497555% GA93 Evans County, Georgia 0.1156959749% GA94 Fairburn City,Georgia 0.0542552469% G-48 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GA95 Fannin County, Georgia 0.5651805280% GA96 Fayette County, Georgia 0.6527012475% GA97 Fayetteville City,Georgia 0.1201203794% GA98 Fitzgerald City,Georgia 0.0569093853% GA99 Floyd County, Georgia 0.9887350092% GA100 Forest Park City, Georgia 0.1455200592% GA101 Forsyth County, Georgia 1.7110664570% GA102 Franklin County, Georgia 0.5550296650% GA103 Fulton County,Georgia 3.2792330120% GA104 Gainesville City,Georgia 0.3640437388% GA105 Georgetown-Quitman County 0.0176595651% Unified Government, Georgia GA106 Gilmer County,Georgia 0.4239021158% GA107 Glascock County,Georgia 0.0283662653% GA108 Glynn County,Georgia 0.7968809706% GA109 Gordon County, Georgia 0.4175279543% GA110 Grady County,Georgia 0.1716497947% GA111 Greene County, Georgia 0.1737385827% GA112 Griffin City, Georgia 0.2287480123% GA113 Grovetown City, Georgia 0.0632622854% GA114 Gwinnett County,Georgia 4.8912732775% GA115 Habersham County,Georgia 0.4635124652% GA116 Hall County, Georgia 1.5772937095% GA117 Hancock County, Georgia 0.0536800967% GA118 Haralson County,Georgia 1.0934912667% GA119 Harris County,Georgia 0.2037540782% GA120 Hart County,Georgia 0.2935398099% GA121 Heard County, Georgia 0.1232058232% GA122 Henry County,Georgia 1.9715208583% GA123 Hinesville City,Georgia 0.2572364025% GA124 Holly Springs City, Georgia 0.0823108417% GA125 Houston County, Georgia 0.8378076437% GA126 Irwin County, Georgia 0.0610553841% GA127 Jackson County, Georgia 0.9201220386% GA128 Jasper County,Georgia 0.1152245534% GA129 Jeff Davis County, Georgia 0.3659791686% GA130 Jefferson City, Georgia 0.0881783943% GA131 Jefferson County, Georgia 0.1517559349% GA132 Jenkins County,Georgia 0.0808740550% GA133 Johns Creek City, Georgia 0.1877697040% GA134 Johnson County, Georgia 0.0876584323% GA135 Jones County,Georgia 0.2773521617% GA136 Kennesaw City, Georgia 0.1446191663% GA137 Kingsland City,Georgia 0.1313198199% GA138 Lagrange City, Georgia 0.2069622772% GA139 Lakeland City,Georgia 0.0155232109% GA140 Lamar County,Georgia 0.2083015245% GA141 Lanier County,Georgia 0.0574613256% GA142 Laurens County,Georgia 0.5249834521% G-49 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GA143 Lawrenceville City, Georgia 0.1647173317% GA144 Lee County,Georgia 0.2162850866% GA145 Liberty County, Georgia 0.2931642086% GA146 Lilbum City,Georgia 0.0538355752% GA147 Lincoln County,Georgia 0.1000487479% GA148 Loganville City,Georgia 0.1468681321% GA149 Long County,Georgia 0.1216766548% GA150 Lowndes County, Georgia 0.6253829866% GA151 Lumpkin County, Georgia 0.3139555802% GA152 Macon County, Georgia 0.1110857755% GA153 Macon-Bibb County Unified 2.0265214623% Government,Georgia GA154 Madison County,Georgia 0.5114434091% GA155 Marietta City, Georgia 0.7354006996% GA156 Marion County, Georgia 0.0615218771% GA157 McDonough City,Georgia 0.0803644086% GA158 McDuffie County,Georgia 0.2216409869% GA159 McIntosh County,Georgia 0.1678759014% GA160 Meriwether County,Georgia 0.2015834534% GA161 Milledgeville City, Georgia 0.1343842887% GA162 Miller County,Georgia 0.0562389307% GA163 Milton City,Georgia 0.0765630644% GA164 Mitchell County, Georgia 0.1842864232% GA165 Monroe City, Georgia 0.1616058698% GA166 Monroe County, Georgia 0.2463868890% GA167 Montgomery County, Georgia 0.0685440855% GA168 Morgan County, Georgia 0.1807932852% GA169 Moultrie City,Georgia 0.1150272968% GA170 Murray County,Georgia 0.5636808736% GA171 Nashville City,Georgia 0.0288042758% GA172 Newnan City,Georgia 0.2037973462% GA173 Newton County, Georgia 0.6206699754% GA174 Norcross City,Georgia 0.0762036242% GA175 Oconee County, Georgia 0.2721000475% GA176 Oglethorpe County, Georgia 0.1461658711% GA177 Paulding County, Georgia 1.7495211188% GA178 Peach County,Georgia 0.2319656673% GA179 Peachtree City, Georgia 0.2219833492% GA180 Peachtree Corners City,Georgia 0.2099400952% GA181 Perry City, Georgia 0.0954580908% GA182 Pickens County,Georgia 0.3905362384% GA183 Pierce County,Georgia 0.2012068205% GA184 Pike County,Georgia 0.1072270653% GA185 Polk County, Georgia 0.7130941429% GA186 Pooler City,Georgia 0.0516303360% GA187 Powder Springs City,Georgia 0.0633430906% GA188 Pulaski County, Georgia 0.1671565625% GA189 Putnam County, Georgia 0.2061208707% GA190 Rabun County,Georgia 0.3170130000% G-50 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GA191 Randolph County, Georgia 0.0382245100% GA192 Richmond Hill City,Georgia 0.0716382402% GA193 Riverdale City, Georgia 0.0684460876% GA194 Rockdale County, Georgia 0.7947696030% GA195 Rome City,Georgia 0.3719383578% GA196 Roswell City, Georgia 0.2174642134% GA197 Sandy Springs City, Georgia 0.2590143480% GA198 Savannah City, Georgia 1.1246685243% GA199 Schley County,Georgia 0.0238356678% GA200 Screven County,Georgia 0.1132053955% GA201 Seminole County, Georgia 0.0804817769% GA202 Smyrna City,Georgia 0.2661908888% GA203 Snellville City,Georgia 0.0758688840% GA204 Spalding County, Georgia 0.5900646014% GA205 Springfield City, Georgia 0.0124802329% GA206 St.Marys City, Georgia 0.0962803562% GA207 Statesboro City,Georgia 0.1844690660% GA208 Stephens County,Georgia 0.7520555284% GA209 Stewart County, Georgia 0.0419742764% GA210 Stockbridge City,Georgia 0.0302698888% GA211 Sugar Hill City,Georgia 0.0106058369% GA212 Sumter County,Georgia 0.1314426325% GA213 Suwanee City,Georgia 0.0700562332% GA214 Talbot County,Georgia 0.0410357316% GA215 Taliaferro County, Georgia 0.0068637499% GA216 Tattnall County,Georgia 0.2930768128% GA217 Taylor County, Georgia 0.0819435502% GA218 Telfair County,Georgia 0.1855378735% GA219 Terrell County,Georgia 0.0334710962% GA220 Thomas County,Georgia 0.2077911904% GA221 Thomasville City, Georgia 0.1281973547% GA222 Tift County,Georgia 0.2088288220% GA223 Tifton City,Georgia 0.1416502311% GA224 Toombs County, Georgia 0.2423104056% GA225 Towns County,Georgia 0.2454408368% GA226 Treutlen County, Georgia 0.0571447522% GA227 Troup County, Georgia 0.4334095739% GA228 Tucker City,Georgia 0.0615225648% GA229 Turner County,Georgia 0.0490657711% GA230 Twiggs County,Georgia 0.0640416265% GA231 Union City,Georgia 0.1531538090% GA232 Union County,Georgia 0.2949759089% GA233 Upson County,Georgia 0.3355566667% GA234 Valdosta City, Georgia 0.2598246932% GA235 Vidalia City, Georgia 0.1252530050% GA236 Villa Rica City, Georgia 0.1397113628% GA237 Walker County,Georgia 0.8453605309% GA238 Walton County, Georgia 0.8194381956% GA239 Ware County, Georgia 0.5170078559% G-51 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation GA240 Warner Robins City,Georgia 0.3969845574% GA241 Warren County,Georgia 0.0447828045% GA242 Warwick City, Georgia 0.0103298381% GA243 Washington County,Georgia 0.1959988913% GA244 Waycross City,Georgia 0.1358274367% GA245 Wayne County,Georgia 0.6609347902% GA246 Webster County Unified 0.0143656323% Government,Georgia GA247 Wheeler County, Georgia 0.0675300652% GA248 White County, Georgia 0.3873386988% GA249 Whitfield County,Georgia 0.7644288806% GA250 Wilcox County, Georgia 0.0828696590% GA251 Wilkes County,Georgia 0.0976306068% GA252 Wilkinson County, Georgia 0.0847297279% GA253 Winder City,Georgia 0.2007720766% GA254 Woodbury City, Georgia 0.0085236394% GA255 Woodstock City,Georgia 0.1942956763% GA256 Worth County, Georgia 0.1491832321% GA257 Rincon town, Georgia 0.0275488139% GA258 South Fulton City, Georgia 0.2561412300% GA259 Stonecrest City, Georgia 0.0904388800% GA260 Ashburn City,Georgia 0.0207294209% GA261 Chatsworth City, Georgia 0.1226056863% GA262 Dawsonville City,Georgia 0.0022440946% GA263 Helen City,Georgia 0.0478552392% GA264 Jackson City, Georgia 0.0568159148% GA265 Ringgold City,Georgia 0.0585728853% G-52 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation HI1 Hawaii County,Hawaii 18.2671692501% HI2 Kalawao,Hawaii 0.0034501514% HI3 Kauai County,Hawaii 5.7006273580% HI4 Maui County,Hawaii 13.9979969296% HI5 City and County of Honolulu, 62.0307563109% Hawaii G-53 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation ID1 Ada County,Idaho 13.2776278333% ID2 Adams County,Idaho 0.1446831902% ID3 Ammon City,Idaho 0.0812916024% ID4 Bannock County, Idaho 3.0595589832% ID5 Bear Lake County,Idaho 0.6082712041% ID6 Benewah County,Idaho 0.6526829809% ID7 Bingham County, Idaho 1.6421270812% IDS Blackfoot City,Idaho 0.6283857401% ID9 Blaine County,Idaho 0.9137717551% ID10 Boise City,Idaho 12.7586409110% ID11 Boise County,Idaho 0.3309644652% ID12 Bonner County, Idaho 2.5987361786% ID13 Bonneville County, Idaho 3.7761253875% ID14 Boundary County,Idaho 0.8788284447% ID15 Burley City,Idaho 0.4485975363% ID16 Butte County, Idaho 0.1839745518% ID17 Caldwell City,Idaho 1.1958553249% ID18 Camas County,Idaho 0.0422073443% ID19 Canyon County,Idaho 5.0120113688% ID20 Caribou County,Idaho 0.4396183832% ID21 Cassia County,Idaho 0.7270235866% ID22 Chubbuck City,Idaho 0.4841935447% ID23 Clark County,Idaho 0.0420924425% ID24 Clearwater County, Idaho 0.4890418390% ID25 Coeur D'Alene City,Idaho 2.7593778237% ID26 Custer County,Idaho 0.2133243878% ID27 Eagle City,Idaho 0.1711876661% ID28 Elmore County,Idaho 0.8899512165% ID29 Franklin County, Idaho 0.5753624958% ID30 Fremont County, Idaho 0.5716071696% ID31 Garden City,Idaho 0.5582782838% ID32 Gem County, Idaho 1.3784025725% ID33 Gooding County,Idaho 0.6966472013% ID34 Hayden City,Idaho 0.0047132146% ID35 Idaho County,Idaho 0.8474305547% ID36 Idaho Falls City, Idaho 3.8875027578% ID37 Jefferson County, Idaho 0.9842670749% ID38 Jerome City,Idaho 0.4169017424% ID39 Jerome County,Idaho 0.6223444291% ID40 Kootenai County, Idaho 5.6394798565% ID41 Kuna City,Idaho 0.1849461724% ID42 Latah County,Idaho 1.2943861166% ID43 Lemhi County,Idaho 0.4880814284% ID44 Lewis County, Idaho 0.2882543555% ID45 Lewiston City,Idaho 2.0176549375% ID46 Lincoln County,Idaho 0.1930184422% ID47 Madison County,Idaho 1.2748404845% ID48 Meridian City, Idaho 2.4045650754% ID49 Minidoka County, Idaho 0.9140620922% G-54 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation ID50 Moscow City,Idaho 0.6590552650% ID51 Mountain Home City,Idaho 0.5706694591% ID52 Nampa City, Idaho 3.3274647954% ID53 Nez Perce County, Idaho 1.2765833482% ID54 Oneida County,Idaho 0.2371656647% ID55 Owyhee County,Idaho 0.5554298409% ID56 Payette County, Idaho 1.2750728102% ID57 Pocatello City,Idaho 2.9494898116% ID58 Post Falls City,Idaho 0.6781328826% ID59 Power County, Idaho 0.3505171035% ID60 Preston City,Idaho 0.1496220047% ID61 Rexburg City,Idaho 0.1336231941% ID62 Shoshone County, Idaho 1.2841091340% ID63 Star City,Idaho 0.0001322772% ID64 Teton County,Idaho 0.4258195211% ID65 Twin Falls City,Idaho 1.8245765222% ID66 Twin Falls County,Idaho 3.3104301873% ID67 Valley County, Idaho 0.8074710814% ID68 Washington County,Idaho 0.4917358652% G-55 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation 11,1 Adams County,Illinois IL3 Addison Village, Illinois IL4 Alexander County,Illinois IL6 Algonquin Village, Illinois IL1 0 Anna City,Illinois IL13 Arlington Heights Village,Illinois IL14 Aurora City,Illinois IL19 Bartlett Village,Illinois IL22 Bedford Park Village,Illinois IL23 Belleville City, Illinois IL24 Bellwood Village, Illinois IL27 Bensenville Village, Illinois IL28 Benton City,Illinois IL30 Berkeley Village,Illinois IL31 Berwyn City, Illinois IL37 Bloomington City, Illinois IL39 Bolingbrook Village,Illinois IL40 Bond County, Illinois IL41 Boone County,Illinois IL46 Bridgeview Village,Illinois IL47 Broadview Village, Illinois IL49 Brown County,Illinois Allocations in Illinois IL51 Buffalo Grove Village, Illinois will be made in IL52 Burbank City,Illinois accordance with the IL53 Bureau County,Illinois Illinois Opioid Allocation IL56 Calhoun County, Illinois Agreement. IL57 Calumet City,Illinois IL63 Carbondale City, Illinois IL65 Carol Stream Village, Illinois IL66 Carpentersville Village, Illinois IL67 Carroll County,Illinois IL70 Cass County,Illinois IL75 Champaign City, Illinois IL76 Champaign County, Illinois IL84 Chicago City,Illinois IL85 Chicago Heights City,Illinois IL86 Chicago Ridge Village,Illinois IL87 Christian County, Illinois IL88 Clark County,Illinois IL89 Clay County,Illinois IL90 Clinton County,Illinois IL91 Coles County,Illinois IL96 Cook County, Illinois IL99 Countryside City,Illinois IL100 Crawford County,Illinois 11,104 Crystal Lake City,Illinois IL106 Cumberland County,Illinois G-56 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IL107 Danville City,Illinois 1L110 De Witt County,Illinois 1L111 Decatur City, Illinois IL114 Dekalb City, Illinois IL115 Dekalb County,Illinois IL117 Des Plaines City, Illinois 11,120 Dolton Village,Illinois 1L122 Douglas County,Illinois 1L125 Downers Grove Village,Illinois 11,127 Dupage County,Illinois 1L131 Edgar County,Illinois 1L132 Edwards County,Illinois IL136 Effingham County, Illinois IL138 Elgin City,Illinois 1L141 Elk Grove Village,Illinois 1L142 Elmhurst City,Illinois 11,144 Evanston City,Illinois 11,145 Evergreen Park Village,Illinois 11,147 Fayette County, Illinois 11,150 Ford County,Illinois IL151 Forest Park Village, Illinois IL155 Franklin County, Illinois Allocations in Illinois IL156 Franklin Park Village,Illinois will be made in IL160 Fulton County,Illinois accordance with the IL162 Galesburg City,Illinois Illinois Opioid Allocation IL163 Gallatin County,Illinois Agreement. IL168 Glendale Heights Village,Illinois IL169 Glenview Village, Illinois IL174 Granite City,Illinois IL177 Greene County, Illinois IL180 Grundy County, Illinois IL181 Gurnee Village,Illinois IL182 Hamilton County, Illinois IL183 Hancock County, Illinois IL184 Hanover Park Village, Illinois IL186 Hardin County,Illinois IL188 Harrisburg City,Illinois IL190 Harvey City,Illinois IL191 Harwood Heights Village,Illinois IL193 Henderson County,Illinois IL194 Henry County,Illinois IL195 Herrin City,Illinois IL199 Hillside Village,Illinois IL201 Hodgkins Village, Illinois IL202 Hoffman Estates Village,Illinois IL206 Iroquois County,Illinois IL207 Jackson County, Illinois G-57 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation 11,210 Jasper County,Illinois IL211 Jefferson County, Illinois IL212 Jersey County,Illinois IL213 Jo Daviess County, Illinois IL214 Johnson County, Illinois 11,215 Joliet City,Illinois 11,218 Kane County,Illinois 11,219 Kankakee City, Illinois IL220 Kankakee County, Illinois IL222 Kendall County, Illinois IL224 Knox County,Illinois IL225 La Grange Park Village, Illinois IL227 Lake County,Illinois IL233 Lasalle County, Illinois IL234 Lawrence County,Illinois IL235 Lee County,Illinois IL247 Livingston County,Illinois IL250 Logan County,Illinois 11,251 Lombard Village, Illinois IL254 Lyons Township, Illinois IL255 Lyons Village,Illinois IL259 Macon County, Illinois Allocations in Illinois IL260 Macoupin County,Illinois will be made in IL261 Madison County,Illinois accordance with the IL266 Marion City, Illinois Illinois Opioid Allocation IL267 Marion County, Illinois Agreement. IL269 Marshall County, Illinois IL270 Mason County,Illinois IL271 Massac County,Illinois IL275 Maywood Village,Illinois IL276 McCook Village,Illinois IL277 McDonough County,Illinois IL279 McHenry County,Illinois IL281 McLean County,Illinois IL283 Melrose Park Village,Illinois IL284 Menard County,Illinois IL285 Mercer County, Illinois IL286 Merrionette Park Village,Illinois IL287 Metropolis City, Illinois IL292 Moline City,Illinois IL295 Monroe County, Illinois IL296 Montgomery County, Illinois IL299 Morgan County, Illinois IL304 Moultrie County,Illinois IL305 Mount Prospect Village,Illinois IL307 Mundelein Village,Illinois IL309 Naperville City,Illinois G-58 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IL317 Normal Town, Illinois IL322 North Riverside Village, Illinois IL323 Northbrook Village,Illinois IL325 Northlake City,Illinois IL329 Oak Lawn Village,Illinois IL331 Oak Park Village,Illinois IL333 Ogle County, Illinois IL334 Orland Park Village,Illinois IL337 Oswego Village, Illinois IL341 Palatine Village,Illinois IL342 Palos Heights City,Illinois IL343 Palos Hills City, Illinois IL346 Park Ridge City, Illinois IL347 Pekin City,Illinois IL350 Peoria City, Illinois IL351 Peoria County, Illinois IL352 Perry County,Illinois IL354 Piatt County, Illinois IL355 Pike County,Illinois IL356 Plainfield Village, Illinois IL360 Pope County,Illinois IL361 Posen Village,Illinois Allocations in Illinois IL362 Princeton City,Illinois will be made in IL365 Pulaski County, Illinois accordance with the IL366 Putnam County, Illinois Illinois Opioid Allocation IL367 Quincy City, Illinois Agreement. IL369 Randolph County, Illinois IL373 Richland County,Illinois IL376 River Forest Village,Illinois IL377 River Grove Village,Illinois 11380 Riverside Village,Illinois IL381 Rock Island City, Illinois IL382 Rock Island County, Illinois IL384 Rockford City,Illinois IL388 Romeoville Village,Illinois IL395 Saline County,Illinois IL396 Sangamon County,Illinois IL399 Schaumburg Village,Illinois IL400 Schiller Park Village,Illinois IL401 Schuyler County, Illinois IL402 Scott County, Illinois IL403 Sesser City,Illinois IL404 Shelby County, Illinois IL408 Skokie Village, Illinois 11,413 Springfield City,Illinois IL414 St Clair County,Illinois 11,415 St. Charles City,Illinois G-59 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IL416 Stark County,Illinois IL417 Stephenson County, Illinois IL421 Stone Park Village,Illinois IL422 Streamwood Village,Illinois IL423 Streator City,Illinois IL425 Summit Village,Illinois IL431 Tazewell County,Illinois IL433 Tinley Park Village,Illinois IL436 Union County,Illinois IL437 Urbana City,Illinois IL438 Vermilion County,Illinois IL441 Wabash County,Illinois Allocations in Illinois IL442 Warren County,Illinois will be made in IL446 Washington County,Illinois accordance with the IL451 Waukegan City, Illinois Illinois Opioid Allocation IL453 Wayne County,Illinois Agreement. IL456 West Frankfort City,Illinois IL461 Wheaton City,Illinois IL463 Wheeling Village, Illinois IL464 White County, Illinois IL465 Whiteside County,Illinois IL466 Will County,Illinois IL467 Williamson County,Illinois IL470 Winnebago County, Illinois IL475 Woodford County,Illinois IL476 Woodridge Village,Illinois IL485 Cicero Town, Illinois G-60 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN1 Adams County,Indiana 0.3093066943% IN2 Advance Town,Indiana 0.0005697863% IN3 Akron Town, Indiana 0.0003285254% IN4 Alamo Town,Indiana 0.0005749195% IN5 Albany Town, Indiana 0.0256968486% IN6 Albion Town, Indiana 0.0216621457% IN7 Alexandria City,Indiana 0.1062420448% IN8 Alfordsville Town,Indiana 0.0001539963% IN9 Allen County,Indiana 1.5529191846% IN10 Alton Town,Indiana 0.0000307993% IN11 Altona Town,Indiana 0.0012473700% IN12 Ambia Town,Indiana 0.0006519177% IN13 Amboy Town,Indiana 0.0004825217% IN14 Amo Town,Indiana 0.0005749195% IN15 Anderson City, Indiana 1.3828918739% IN16 Andrews Town,Indiana 0.0060520544% IN17 Angola City, Indiana 0.0947539211% IN18 Arcadia Town,Indiana 0.0063138481% IN19 Argos Town, Indiana 0.0167907295% IN20 Ashley Town,Indiana 0.0062368500% IN21 Atlanta Town,Indiana 0.0011652386% IN22 Attica City, Indiana 0.0207587007% IN23 Auburn City,Indiana 0.1472615249% IN24 Aurora City,Indiana 0.0094399730% IN25 Austin City,Indiana 0.0232277747% IN26 Avilla Town,Indiana 0.0199579200% IN27 Avon Town,Indiana 0.0164108720% IN28 Bainbridge Town,Indiana 0.0014783644% IN29 Bargersville Town, Indiana 0.0121041089% IN30 Bartholomew County,Indiana 1.1839235258% IN31 Batesville City,Indiana 0.1547046792% IN32 Battle Ground Town,Indiana 0.0136286722% IN33 Bedford City, Indiana 0.3269803359% IN34 Beech Grove City,Indiana 0.0544736232% IN35 Benton County,Indiana 0.0744315432% IN36 Berne City,Indiana 0.0028078658% IN37 Bethany Town,Indiana 0.0002720601% IN38 Beverly Shores Town, Indiana 0.0154458285% IN39 Bicknell City, Indiana 0.0013295014% IN40 Birdseye Town, Indiana 0.0029464625% IN41 Blackford County, Indiana 0.2715365360% IN42 Bloomfield Town,Indiana 0.0042862302% IN43 Bloomingdale Town,Indiana 0.0026025374% IN44 Bloomington City, Indiana 0.8390231543% IN45 Blountsville Town,Indiana 0.0002566605% IN46 Bluffton City, Indiana 0.1002977878% IN47 Boone County,Indiana 0.6762798684% IN48 Boonville City,Indiana 0.1007854427% IN49 Borden Town,Indiana 0.0017504246% G-61 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN50 Boston Town,Indiana 0.0005697863% IN51 Boswell Town,Indiana 0.0021097493% IN52 Bourbon Town,Indiana 0.0173040505% IN53 Brazil City, Indiana 0.0626816258% IN54 Bremen Town,Indiana 0.0529387935% IN55 Bristol Town,Indiana 0.0158462189% IN56 Brook Town,Indiana 0.0037369768% IN57 Brooklyn Town,Indiana 0.0065705086% IN58 Brooksburg Town,Indiana 0.0009547770% IN59 Brookston Town, Indiana 0.0116677860% IN60 Brookville Town, Indiana 0.0538935705% IN61 Brown County,Indiana 0.1879165471% IN62 Brownsburg Town,Indiana 0.1125918254% IN63 Brownstown,Indiana 0.0033622525% IN64 Bruceville Town,Indiana 0.0002412609% IN65 Bryant Town,Indiana 0.0003747243% IN66 Bunker Hill Town,Indiana 0.0010985069% IN67 Burket Town,Indiana 0.0011139065% IN68 Burlington Town,Indiana 0.0063805799% IN69 Burnettsville Town,Indiana 0.0004619889% IN70 Burns Harbor Town,Indiana 0.0397977762% IN71 Butler City,Indiana 0.0239156248% IN72 Cadiz Town,Indiana 0.0002823265% IN73 Cambridge City Town, Indiana 0.0241517525% IN74 Camden Town,Indiana 0.0064216456% IN75 Campbellsburg Town, Indiana 0.0081874698% IN76 Cannelburg Town,Indiana 0.0002258612% IN77 Cannelton City,Indiana 0.0018325559% IN78 Carbon Town, Indiana 0.0026846688% IN79 Carlisle Town,Indiana 0.0017658242% IN80 Carmel City, Indiana 0.3676250917% IN81 Carroll County,Indiana 0.1629794136% IN82 Carthage Town,Indiana 0.0013141017% IN83 Cass County,Indiana 0.3389612478% IN84 Cayuga Town, Indiana 0.0078486779% IN85 Cedar Grove Town,Indiana 0.0004055236% IN86 Cedar Lake Town,Indiana 0.0511678360% IN87 Center Point Town,Indiana 0.0016374940% IN88 Centerville Town,Indiana 0.0350752231% IN89 Chalmers Town,Indiana 0.0006827169% IN90 Chandler Town,Indiana 0.0347518309% IN91 Charlestown City,Indiana 0.0146039821% IN92 Chesterfield Town,Indiana 0.0379036217% IN93 Chesterton Town,Indiana 0.2160003384% IN94 Chrisney Town,Indiana 0.0032339222% IN95 Churubusco Town,Indiana 0.0000564653% IN96 Cicero Town, Indiana 0.0173297165% IN97 Clark County,Indiana 1.9376070659% IN98 Clarks Hill Town,Indiana 0.0040603690% G-62 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN99 Clarksville Town,Indiana 0.1071762890% IN100 Clay City Town,Indiana 0.0057697279% IN101 Clay County,Indiana 0.2954521608% IN102 Claypool Town, Indiana 0.0024690740% IN103 Clayton Town, Indiana 0.0006981165% IN104 Clear Lake Town,Indiana 0.0019762858% IN105 Clifford Town,Indiana 0.0002309944% IN106 Clinton City,Indiana 0.0336584572% IN107 Clinton County,Indiana 0.2744214000% IN108 Cloverdale Town,Indiana 0.0050202793% IN109 Coatesville Town, Indiana 0.0007494486% IN110 Colfax Town,Indiana 0.0046147557% IN111 Columbia City,Indiana 0.0886402681% IN112 Columbus City,Indiana 0.0764283618% IN113 Connersville City, Indiana 0.4636161164% IN114 Converse Town, Indiana 0.0045736900% IN115 Corunna Town,Indiana 0.0016374940% IN116 Corydon Town,Indiana 0.0069811654% IN117 Country Club Heights Town, Indiana 0.0012217040% IN118 Covington City,Indiana 0.0257122483% IN119 Crandall Town,Indiana 0.0000153996% IN120 Crane Town,Indiana 0.0015656290% IN121 Crawford County,Indiana 0.1338946464% IN122 Crawfordsville City, Indiana 0.2738413473% IN123 Cromwell Town, Indiana 0.0034546502% IN124 Crothersville Town, Indiana 0.0018222895% IN125 Crown Point City,Indiana 0.1246189362% IN126 Culver Town,Indiana 0.0289821030% IN127 Cynthiana Town,Indiana 0.0032749879% IN128 Dale Town,Indiana 0.0059750563% IN129 Daleville Town, Indiana 0.0199784528% IN130 Dana Town,Indiana 0.0050510785% IN131 Danville Town,Indiana 0.0039474384% IN132 Darlington Town,Indiana 0.0074790868% IN133 Darmstadt Town, Indiana 0.0109491367% IN134 Daviess County, Indiana 0.3758998260% IN135 Dayton Town, Indiana 0.0114727241% IN136 DeKalb County,Indiana 0.2773473296% IN137 De Motte Town,Indiana 0.0070940960% IN138 Dearborn County, Indiana 0.9577234994% IN139 Decatur City, Indiana 0.0090909147% IN140 Decatur County, Indiana 0.3533239690% IN141 Decker Town,Indiana 0.0001231970% IN142 Delaware County,Indiana 1.2035734533% IN143 Delphi City,Indiana 0.0177249737% IN144 Denver Town,Indiana 0.0006005856% IN145 Dillsboro Town,Indiana 0.0060007223% IN146 Dublin Town, Indiana 0.0051588759% G-63 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN147 Dubois County,Indiana 0.2728968366% IN148 Dugger Town,Indiana 0.0023407437% IN149 Dune Acres Town,Indiana 0.0046917538% IN150 Dunkirk City,Indiana 0.0079872746% IN151 Dunreith Town,Indiana 0.0003387919% IN152 Dupont Town,Indiana 0.0039782377% IN153 Dyer Town,Indiana 0.0533186510% IN154 Earl Park Town,Indiana 0.0009188446% IN155 East Chicago City, Indiana 0.4621018195% IN156 East Germantown,Indiana 0.0015861619% IN157 Eaton Town,Indiana 0.0166418664% IN158 Economy Town,Indiana 0.0007648483% IN159 Edgewood Town,Indiana 0.0243673473% IN160 Edinburgh Town,Indiana 0.0198963215% IN161 Edwardsport Town,Indiana 0.0001488631% IN162 Elberfeld Town,Indiana 0.0031569241% IN163 Elizabeth Town,Indiana 0.0000153996% IN164 Elizabethtown,Indiana 0.0005133210% IN165 Elkhart City, Indiana 0.5425802839% IN166 Elkhart County,Indiana 1.1662652839% IN167 Ellettsville Town,Indiana 0.0677789032% IN168 Elnora Town,Indiana 0.0013551674% IN169 Elwood City,Indiana 0.2112777853% IN170 English Town,Indiana 0.0003747243% IN171 Etna Green Town,Indiana 0.0033725189% IN172 Evansville City,Indiana 1.9321196646% IN173 Fairland Town,Indiana 0.0005133210% IN174 Fairmount Town, Indiana 0.0104409489% IN175 Fairview Park Town,Indiana 0.0093373088% IN176 Farmersburg Town,Indiana 0.003 973 1 044% IN177 Farmland Town,Indiana 0.0182074954% IN178 Fayette County, Indiana 0.2945127834% IN179 Ferdinand Town,Indiana 0.0189415444% IN180 Fillmore Town,Indiana 0.0010420416% IN181 Fishers City,Indiana 0.1521842732% IN182 Flora Town,Indiana 0.0175966435% IN183 Floyd County, Indiana 1.5760956272% IN184 Fort Branch Town,Indiana 0.0073250905% IN185 Fort Wayne City,Indiana 2.7340040454% IN186 Fortville Town,Indiana 0.0152712994% IN187 Fountain City Town,Indiana 0.0045993560% IN188 Fountain County, Indiana 0.1640779205% IN189 Fowler Town,Indiana 0.0093886409% IN190 Fowlerton Town,Indiana 0.0022688788% IN191 Francesville Town, Indiana 0.0011498390% IN192 Francisco Town,Indiana 0.0027668001% IN193 Frankfort City,Indiana 0.1520302769% IN194 Franklin City, Indiana 0.1074072834% IN195 Franklin County, Indiana 0.2948618417% G-64 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN196 Frankton Town,Indiana 0.0115548554% IN197 Fremont Town, Indiana 0.0201427156% IN198 French Lick Town,Indiana 0.02 1 1 642243% IN199 Fulton County,Indiana 0.2359941908% IN200 Fulton Town,Indiana 0.0002925930% IN201 Galveston Town,Indiana 0.0012730360% IN202 Garrett City,Indiana 0.0387249353% IN203 Gary City,Indiana 0.7295266544% IN204 Gas City, Indiana 0.0544736232% IN205 Gaston Town,Indiana 0.0083209332% IN206 Geneva Town, Indiana 0.0008367132% IN207 Gentryville Town,Indiana 0.0017966235% IN208 Georgetown, Indiana 0.0044864254% IN209 Gibson County,Indiana 0.2588523744% IN210 Glenwood Town, Indiana 0.0027103348% IN211 Goodland Town,Indiana 0.0046352885% IN212 Goshen City, Indiana 0.2386377939% IN213 Gosport Town,Indiana 0.0097736316% IN214 Grabill Town,Indiana 0.0057543283% IN215 Grandview Town,Indiana 0.0048406169% IN216 Grant County,Indiana 0.7449878825% IN217 Greencastle City,Indiana 0.0286279115% IN218 Greendale City,Indiana 0.0136543383% IN219 Greene County, Indiana 0.4315540875% IN220 Greenfield City, Indiana 0.0612289274% IN221 Greens Fork Town,Indiana 0.0017504246% IN222 Greensboro Town,Indiana 0.0002720601% IN223 Greensburg City,Indiana 0.0195369968% IN224 Greentown,Indiana 0.0017452914% IN225 Greenville Town,Indiana 0.0009291110% IN226 Greenwood City,Indiana 0.1803758618% IN227 Griffin Town,Indiana 0.0010112423% IN228 Griffith Town,Indiana 0.0696165923% IN229 Hagerstown, Indiana 0.0234433695% IN230 Hamilton County, Indiana 2.0269762499% IN231 Hamilton Town, Indiana 0.0034341174% IN232 Hamlet Town,Indiana 0.0188234806% IN233 Hammond City,Indiana 1.0770244302% IN234 Hancock County, Indiana 0.8954422640% IN235 Hanover Town,Indiana 0.0079667417% IN236 Hardinsburg Town, Indiana 0.0034649167% IN237 Harmony Town, Indiana 0.0043529620% IN238 Harrison County,Indiana 0.5610033742% IN239 Hartford City,Indiana 0.1033058488% IN240 Hartsville Town,Indiana 0.0003849907% IN241 Haubstadt Town,Indiana 0.0066783060% IN242 Hazleton Town,Indiana 0.0014937641% IN243 Hebron Town,Indiana 0.0722037301% IN244 Hendricks County,Indiana 1.5700846384% G-65 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN245 Henry County,Indiana 1.1653207733% IN246 Highland Town,Indiana 0.0864997196% IN247 Hillsboro Town, Indiana 0.0040501026% IN248 Hobart City, Indiana 0.1 5 9463 1 648% IN249 Holland Town,Indiana 0.0044453598% IN250 Holton Town, Indiana 0.0060058556% IN251 Hope Town, Indiana 0.0036805115% IN252 Howard County,Indiana 1.8693507742% IN253 Hudson Town,Indiana 0.0029669953% IN254 Huntertown,Indiana 0.0415225347% IN255 Huntingburg City,Indiana 0.0455829037% IN256 Huntington City,Indiana 0.2487142849% IN257 Huntington County,Indiana 0.2617013059% IN258 Hymera Town,Indiana 0.0020173515% IN259 Indian Village Town,Indiana 0.0006005856% IN260 Indianapolis City,Indiana 15.8348539612% IN261 Ingalls Town,Indiana 0.0015194301% IN262 Jackson County, Indiana 0.7183516565% IN263 Jamestown,Indiana 0.0010471748% IN264 Jasonville City, Indiana 0.0039628380% IN265 Jasper City,Indiana 0.0892100544% IN266 Jasper County,Indiana 0.4269598647% IN267 Jay County, Indiana 0.3117552354% IN268 Jefferson County, Indiana 0.3577898616% IN269 Jeffersonville City,Indiana 0.1772754031% IN270 Jennings County,Indiana 0.4175198917% IN271 Johnson County, Indiana 1.7413644524% IN272 Jonesboro City,Indiana 0.0065499758% IN273 Jonesville Town, Indiana 0.0001847956% IN274 Kempton Town,Indiana 0.0027462673% IN275 Kendallville City,Indiana 0.0955393022% IN276 Kennard Town,Indiana 0.0009034449% IN277 Kentland Town, Indiana 0.0053796040% IN278 Kewanna Town, Indiana 0.0005389870% IN279 Kingman Town,Indiana 0.0037934421% IN280 Kingsbury Town,Indiana 0.0012935689% IN281 Kingsford Heights Town,Indiana 0.0045942228% IN282 Kirklin Town,Indiana 0.0053282719% IN283 Knightstown,Indiana 0.0036856447% IN284 Knightsville Town,Indiana 0.0053026058% IN285 Knox City,Indiana 0.0998614649% IN286 Knox County,Indiana 0.5298755895% IN287 Kokomo City,Indiana 0.2824600066% IN288 Kosciusko County,Indiana 0.4936351277% IN289 Kouts Town,Indiana 0.0383502110% IN290 La Crosse Town,Indiana 0.0028283986% IN291 La Fontaine Town,Indiana 0.0017555578% IN292 La Paz Town,Indiana 0.0034187178% IN293 La Porte City,Indiana 0.1637904607% G-66 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN294 La Porte County,Indiana 0.7761413333% IN295 Laconia Town,Indiana 0.0000051332% IN296 Ladoga Town,Indiana 0.0108156732% IN297 Lafayette City,Indiana 1.0122433215% IN298 Lagrange County, Indiana 0.2088446438% IN299 Lagrange Town,Indiana 0.0232996396% IN300 Lagro Town,Indiana 0.0008264468% IN301 Lake County,Indiana 1.8344141478% IN302 Lake Station City,Indiana 0.0738514905% IN303 Lakeville Town,Indiana 0.0035470480% IN304 Lanesville Town,Indiana 0.0000513321% IN305 Lapel Town, Indiana 0.0216570125% IN306 Larwill Town,Indiana 0.0024998732% IN307 Laurel Town,Indiana 0.0013295014% IN308 Lawrence City,Indiana 0.1413634668% IN309 Lawrence County,Indiana 0.4144758982% IN310 Lawrenceburg City,Indiana 0.0397721101% IN311 Leavenworth Town,Indiana 0.0001385967% IN312 Lebanon City, Indiana 0.0221087349% IN313 Leesburg Town,Indiana 0.0032236558% IN314 Leo-Cedarville Town,Indiana 0.0196037285% IN315 Lewisville Town,Indiana 0.0006981165% IN316 Liberty Town,Indiana 0.0173399830% IN317 Ligonier City,Indiana 0.0407012211% IN318 Linden Town,Indiana 0.0066885725% IN319 Linton City,Indiana 0.0214516841% IN320 Little York Town,Indiana 0.0026795356% IN321 Livonia Town,Indiana 0.0017966235% IN322 Lizton Town,Indiana 0.0006827169% IN323 Logansport City,Indiana 0.0184076906% IN324 Long Beach Town,Indiana 0.0039115059% IN325 Loogootee City,Indiana 0.0178533039% IN326 Losantville Town,Indiana 0.0065191765% IN327 Lowell Town,Indiana 0.0413531388% IN328 Lynn Town,Indiana 0.0149633068% IN329 Lynnville Town,Indiana 0.0045377575% IN330 Lyons Town,Indiana 0.0016426272% IN331 Mackey Town,Indiana 0.0006159852% IN332 Macy Town, Indiana 0.0002617937% IN333 Madison City,Indiana 0.1309584504% IN334 Madison County,Indiana 1.3792626945% IN335 Marengo Town,Indiana 0.0004825217% IN336 Marion City, Indiana 0.7936558454% IN337 Markle Town,Indiana 0.0068887677% IN338 Markleville Town,Indiana 0.0080540063% IN339 Marshall County, Indiana 0.2679792216% IN340 Marshall Town,Indiana 0.0025409389% IN341 Martin County,Indiana 0.0865151193% IN342 Martinsville City,Indiana 0.0794004904% G-67 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN343 Matthews Town,Indiana 0.0050818778% IN344 Mauckport Town,Indiana 0.0000051332% IN345 McCordsville Town, Indiana 0.0170833225% IN346 Mecca Town,Indiana 0.0025460721% IN347 Medaryville Town,Indiana 0.0008110472% IN348 Medora Town,Indiana 0.0008007807% IN349 Mellott Town,Indiana 0.0014732312% IN350 Mentone Town, Indiana 0.0056311312% IN351 Merom Town,Indiana 0.0005903191% IN352 Merrillville Town,Indiana 0.1076947432% IN353 Miami County, Indiana 0.2157180118% IN354 Michiana Shores Town,Indiana 0.0016066947% IN355 Michigan City,Indiana 0.5192652447% IN356 Michigantown, Indiana 0.0030593931% IN357 Middlebury Town,Indiana 0.0186335519% IN358 Middletown,Indiana 0.0039063727% IN359 Milan Town,Indiana 0.0291463657% IN360 Milford Town,Indiana 0.0156562901% IN361 Millersburg Town,Indiana 0.0043940277% IN362 Millhousen Town,Indiana 0.0001693959% IN363 Milltown,Indiana 0.0004773885% IN364 Milton Town,Indiana 0.0000564653% IN365 Mishawaka City,Indiana 0.5537912143% IN366 Mitchell City, Indiana 0.0424721785% IN367 Modoc Town,Indiana 0.0044453598% IN368 Monon Town,Indiana 0.0132898804% IN369 Monroe City Town,Indiana 0.0002669269% IN370 Monroe County, Indiana 1.1604288242% IN371 Monroe Town,Indiana 0.0007597151% IN372 Monroeville Town,Indiana 0.0067501710% IN373 Monrovia Town,Indiana 0.0058929249% IN374 Monterey Town, Indiana 0.0002874598% IN375 Montezuma Town,Indiana 0.0078948768% IN376 Montgomery County, Indiana 0.3881322652% IN377 Montgomery Town, Indiana 0.0003028594% IN378 Monticello City, Indiana 0.0859504662% IN379 Montpelier City,Indiana 0.0238026942% IN380 Mooreland Town, Indiana 0.0007083830% IN381 Moores Hill Town,Indiana 0.0009804431% IN382 Mooresville Town,Indiana 0.0679534323% IN383 Morgan County, Indiana 1.1892004656% IN384 Morgantown,Indiana 0.0033263200% IN385 Morocco Town,Indiana 0.0043324291% IN386 Morristown,Indiana 0.0014218991% IN387 Mount Auburn Town,Indiana 0.0004568557% IN388 Mount Ayr Town,Indiana 0.0004619889% IN389 Mount Carmel Town,Indiana 0.0002207280% IN390 Mount Etna Town,Indiana 0.0009496438% IN391 Mount Summit Town,Indiana 0.0006724505% G-68 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN392 Mount Vernon City,Indiana 0.0528001968% IN393 Mulberry Town, Indiana 0.0102048212% IN394 Muncie City,Indiana 1.1426730513% IN395 Munster Town,Indiana 0.1401776953% IN396 Napoleon Town, Indiana 0.0029207964% IN397 Nappanee City, Indiana 0.0750937273% IN398 Nashville Town,Indiana 0.0122940377% IN399 New Albany City,Indiana 0.1005493151% IN400 New Amsterdam Town,Indiana 0.0000000000% IN401 New Carlisle Town,Indiana 0.0260048412% IN402 New Castle City,Indiana 0.0525435363% IN403 New Chicago Town,Indiana 0.0302397394% IN404 New Harmony Town, Indiana 0.0046404217% IN405 New Haven City,Indiana 0.1210256893% IN406 New Market Town, Indiana 0.0055849323% IN407 New Middletown,Indiana 0.0000102664% IN408 New Palestine Town,Indiana 0.0039269056% IN409 New Pekin Town,Indiana 0.0237000300% IN410 New Point Town,Indiana 0.0004311896% IN411 New Richmond Town, Indiana 0.0029464625% IN412 New Ross Town,Indiana 0.0030542599% IN413 New Whiteland Town,Indiana 0.0149735732% IN414 Newberry Town,Indiana 0.0004311896% IN415 Newburgh Town,Indiana 0.0335968586% IN416 Newport Town, Indiana 0.0042554310% IN417 Newton County, Indiana 0.1317386983% IN418 Newtown,Indiana 0.0019352201% IN419 Noble County,Indiana 0.3308610426% IN420 Noblesville City,Indiana 0.1813255057% IN421 North Judson Town,Indiana 0.0550690756% IN422 North Liberty Town, Indiana 0.0258405785% IN423 North Manchester Town, Indiana 0.0190904075% IN424 North Salem Town,Indiana 0.0007289158% IN425 North Vernon City,Indiana 0.1513680928% IN426 North Webster Town, Indiana 0.0116061875% IN427 Oakland City, Indiana 0.0117550506% IN428 Oaktown,Indiana 0.0003028594% IN429 Odon Town,Indiana 0.0001129306% IN430 Ogden Dunes Town,Indiana 0.0007545819% IN431 Ohio County,Indiana 0.0605102780% IN432 Oldenburg Town, Indiana 0.0017555578% IN433 Onward Town,Indiana 0.0000205328% IN434 Oolitic Town,Indiana 0.0059288574% IN435 Orange County, Indiana 0.1597198253% IN436 Orestes Town,Indiana 0.0064113791% IN437 Orland Town,Indiana 0.0025255393% IN438 Orleans Town,Indiana 0.0250859967% IN439 Osceola Town,Indiana 0.0333607310% IN440 Osgood Town,Indiana 0.0249576664% G-69 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN441 Ossian Town,Indiana 0.0269134194% IN442 Otterbein Town,Indiana 0.0047636188% IN443 Owen County,Indiana 0.2265234186% IN444 Owensville Town,Indiana 0.0056362644% IN445 Oxford Town,Indiana 0.0039166391% IN446 Palmyra Town,Indiana 0.0000821314% IN447 Paoli Town,Indiana 0.0428417696% IN448 Paragon Town,Indiana 0.0022226799% IN449 Parke County,Indiana 0.1418203225% IN450 Parker City Town,Indiana 0.0194291994% IN451 Patoka Town,Indiana 0.0042605642% IN452 Patriot Town,Indiana 0.0022740120% IN453 Pendleton Town, Indiana 0.0746163388% IN454 Pennville Town, Indiana 0.0010009759% IN455 Perry County,Indiana 0.2167651867% IN456 Perrysville Town,Indiana 0.0037934421% IN457 Peru City, Indiana 0.1826036749% IN458 Petersburg City, Indiana 0.0103588175% IN459 Pierceton Town,Indiana 0.0102869526% IN460 Pike County,Indiana 0.1238284218% IN461 Pine Village Town,Indiana 0.0008880453% IN462 Pittsboro Town,Indiana 0.0022842784% IN463 Plainfield Town,Indiana 0.1021046776% IN464 Plainville Town,Indiana 0.0007186494% IN465 Plymouth City, Indiana 0.1356142717% IN466 Poneto Town, Indiana 0.0011087733% IN467 Portage City, Indiana 0.4894412953% IN468 Porter County, Indiana 1.1076491603% IN469 Porter Town,Indiana 0.1634722017% IN470 Portland City, Indiana 0.0123299701% IN471 Posey County,Indiana 0.1942714610% IN472 Poseyville Town, Indiana 0.0044658926% IN473 Pottawattamie Park Town,Indiana 0.0012319704% IN474 Princes Lakes Town,Indiana 0.0039063727% IN475 Princeton City,Indiana 0.0453005772% IN476 Pulaski County, Indiana 0.1885530652% IN477 Putnam County, Indiana 0.4476056348% IN478 Randolph County, Indiana 0.1948463805% IN479 Redkey Town,Indiana 0.0011601054% IN480 Remington Town,Indiana 0.0024228751% IN481 Rensselaer City,Indiana 0.0101278231% IN482 Reynolds Town, Indiana 0.0007083830% IN483 Richland Town,Indiana 0.0026898020% IN484 Richmond City, Indiana 0.6900830697% IN485 Ridgeville Town,Indiana 0.0178943696% IN486 Riley Town, Indiana 0.0014629648% IN487 Ripley County, Indiana 0.2963915383% IN488 Rising Sun City,Indiana 0.0356090769% IN489 River Forest Town,Indiana 0.0003439251% G-70 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN490 Roachdale Town,Indiana 0.0017760906% IN491 Roann Town,Indiana 0.0009599102% IN492 Roanoke Town, Indiana 0.0123402365% IN493 Rochester City,Indiana 0.0090652486% IN494 Rockport City,Indiana 0.0104768814% IN495 Rockville Town, Indiana 0.0245162104% IN496 Rome City Town,Indiana 0.0125096325% IN497 Rosedale Town, Indiana 0.0056105984% IN498 Roseland Town,Indiana 0.0028283986% IN499 Rossville Town,Indiana 0.0134079442% IN500 Royal Center Town,Indiana 0.0001796623% IN501 Rush County, Indiana 0.2195011875% IN502 Rushville City,Indiana 0.0154047628% IN503 Russellville Town,Indiana 0.0006929833% IN504 Russiaville Town,Indiana 0.0008059140% IN505 Salamonia Town,Indiana 0.0002258612% IN506 Salem City,Indiana 0.0949284502% IN507 Saltillo Town,Indiana 0.0012833025% IN508 Sandbom Town,Indiana 0.0002053284% IN509 Santa Claus Town,Indiana 0.0075252857% IN510 Saratoga Town,Indiana 0.0045018251% IN511 Schererville Town,Indiana 0.1304861951% IN512 Schneider Town, Indiana 0.0009342442% IN513 Scott County, Indiana 1.2220735416% IN514 Scottsburg City, Indiana 0.0625019635% IN515 Seelyville Town, Indiana 0.0082952672% IN516 Sellersburg Town,Indiana 0.0135722069% IN517 Selma Town,Indiana 0.0080899388% IN518 Seymour City,Indiana 0.0450541831% IN519 Shadeland Town, Indiana 0.0129356889% IN520 Shamrock Lakes Town,Indiana 0.0030901923% IN521 Sharpsville Town, Indiana 0.0050818778% IN522 Shelburn Town,Indiana 0.0044402265% IN523 Shelby County, Indiana 0.0450541831% IN524 Shelbyville City,Indiana 0.5457372080% IN525 Sheridan Town,Indiana 0.0121657074% IN526 Shipshewana Town,Indiana 0.0047174199% IN527 Shirley Town,Indiana 0.0011806383% IN528 Shoals Town, Indiana 0.0066988389% IN529 Sidney Town, Indiana 0.0004773885% IN530 Silver Lake Town,Indiana 0.0053128722% IN531 Somerville Town, Indiana 0.0016939593% IN532 South Bend City, Indiana 1.3582319336% IN533 South Whitley Town, Indiana 0.0000564653% IN534 Southport City,Indiana 0.0003490583% IN535 Speedway Town, Indiana 0.0716390770% IN536 Spencer County,Indiana 0.1563113739% IN537 Spencer Town,Indiana 0.0335301269% IN538 Spiceland Town,Indiana 0.0016836928% G-71 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN539 Spring Grove Town, Indiana 0.0014167659% IN540 Spring Lake Town, Indiana 0.0003079926% IN541 Springport Town, Indiana 0.0002771933% IN542 Spurgeon Town,Indiana 0.0006827169% IN543 St.Joseph County, Indiana 1.3360462005% IN544 St.Joe Town,Indiana 0.0029823949% IN545 St.John Town,Indiana 0.0653868274% IN546 St.Leon Town, Indiana 0.0011190398% IN547 St.Paul Town,Indiana 0.0016220943% IN548 Starke County,Indiana 0.5754687596% IN549 State Line City Town,Indiana 0.0005800527% IN550 Staunton Town, Indiana 0.0035419148% IN551 Steuben County,Indiana 0.2289052280% IN552 Stilesville Town,Indiana 0.0004517225% IN553 Stinesville Town,Indiana 0.0014321656% IN554 Straughn Town,Indiana 0.0004260564% IN555 Sullivan City,Indiana 0.0150608378% IN556 Sullivan County,Indiana 0.4997077150% IN557 Sulphur Springs Town,Indiana 0.0007494486% IN558 Summitville Town,Indiana 0.0154098960% IN559 Sunman Town, Indiana 0.0161336786% IN560 Swayzee Town,Indiana 0.0084954623% IN561 Sweetser Town,Indiana 0.0043786280% IN562 Switz City Town,Indiana 0.0006570509% INS63 Switzerland County, Indiana 0.1390381227% IN564 Syracuse Town,Indiana 0.0288332399% IN565 Tell City,Indiana 0.0071351617% IN566 Tennyson Town,Indiana 0.0014372988% IN567 Terre Haute City,Indiana 1.0172687340% IN568 Thorntown,Indiana 0.0019968186% IN569 Tippecanoe County,Indiana 0.9836513425% INS70 Tipton City,Indiana 0.0756840464% IN571 Tipton County, Indiana 0.1461219523% IN572 Topeka Town,Indiana 0.0102510201% IN573 Town of Pines Town,Indiana 0.0177506398% IN574 Trafalgar Town,Indiana 0.0034751831% IN575 Trail Creek Town,Indiana 0.0070068315% IN576 Troy Town,Indiana 0.0003695911% IN577 Ulen Town,Indiana 0.0001385967% IN578 Union City,Indiana 0.0467276095% IN579 Union County,Indiana 0.0788666365% INS80 Uniondale Town, Indiana 0.0020532840% IN581 Universal Town, Indiana 0.0029823949% INS82 Upland Town, Indiana 0.0132693475% IN583 Utica Town,Indiana 0.0015553626% IN584 Valparaiso City,Indiana 0.4508549566% IN585 Van Buren Town,Indiana 0.0074585540% IN586 Vanderburgh County,Indiana 1.8730004864% INS87 Veedersburg Town, Indiana 0.0174477804% G-72 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN588 Vera Cruz Town,Indiana 0.0005287206% IN589 Vermillion County, Indiana 0.1479237090% IN590 Vernon Town,Indiana 0.0044556262% IN591 Versailles Town, Indiana 0.0325753499% IN592 Vevay Town,Indiana 0.0222627312% IN593 Vigo County,Indiana 0.7949340146% IN594 Vincennes City,Indiana 0.0141984585% IN595 Wabash City,Indiana 0.0616549838% IN596 Wabash County,Indiana 0.5254353629% IN597 Wakarusa Town, Indiana 0.0133566121% IN598 Walkerton Town,Indiana 0.0293414277% IN599 Wallace Town,Indiana 0.0007443154% IN600 Walton Town,Indiana 0.0010215088% IN601 Wanatah Town,Indiana 0.0034289842% IN602 Warren County,Indiana 0.0576818794% IN603 Warren Town,Indiana 0.0076587491% IN604 Warrick County, Indiana 0.3991430003% IN605 Warsaw City,Indiana 0.2580772597% IN606 Washington City,Indiana 0.0149581736% IN607 Washington County,Indiana 0.3404396122% IN608 Waterloo Town,Indiana 0.0127970922% IN609 Waveland Town,Indiana 0.0037215772% IN610 Wayne County,Indiana 0.7657876490% IN611 Waynetown, Indiana 0.0084133310% IN612 Wells County,Indiana 0.2019866754% IN613 West Baden Springs Town, Indiana 0.0054822681% IN614 West College Corner Town, Indiana 0.0065345762% IN615 West Harrison Town,Indiana 0.0004773885% IN616 West Lafayette City,Indiana 0.2612290506% IN617 West Lebanon Town, Indiana 0.0029772617% IN618 West Terre Haute Town,Indiana 0.0180175667% IN619 Westfield City, Indiana 0.1106874046% IN620 Westport Town, Indiana 0.0022021470% IN621 Westville Town,Indiana 0.0405164256% IN622 Wheatfield Town,Indiana 0.0014064995% IN623 Wheatland Town,Indiana 0.0002361277% IN624 White County, Indiana 0.2045738132% IN625 Whiteland Town,Indiana 0.0126892948% IN626 Whitestown,Indiana 0.0075560849% IN627 Whitewater Town,Indiana 0.0002977262% IN628 Whiting City,Indiana 0.0746933369% IN629 Whitley County,Indiana 0.3073920070% IN630 Wilkinson Town, Indiana 0.0006365180% IN631 Williamsport Town,Indiana 0.0094553726% IN632 Winamac Town,Indiana 0.0021559481% IN633 Winchester City,Indiana 0.0715004804% IN634 Windfall City Town,Indiana 0.0058877917% G-73 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IN635 Winfield Town,Indiana 0.0246548070% IN636 Wingate Town,Indiana 0.0023253441% IN637 Winona Lake Town, Indiana 0.0964016815% IN638 Winslow Town,Indiana 0.0028489315% IN639 Wolcott Town,Indiana 0.0013397678% IN640 Wolcottville Town, Indiana 0.0086494586% IN641 Woodburn City, Indiana 0.0082131358% IN642 Woodlawn Heights Town,Indiana 0.0012217040% IN643 Worthington Town,Indiana 0.0026128038% IN644 Yeoman Town, Indiana 0.0014578316% IN645 Yorktown,Indiana 0.0901956307% IN646 Zanesville Town,Indiana 0.0025922710% IN647 Zionsville Town,Indiana 0.0375853627% IN648 Cumberland Town,Indiana 0.0148247101% G-74 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IA1 Adair County,Iowa 0.2556895492% IA2 Adams County,Iowa 0.1116738610% IA3 Allamakee County,Iowa 0.4458620571% IA7 Appanoose County, Iowa 0.5319573473% IA8 Audubon County,Iowa 0.1208090649% IA9 Benton County,Iowa 0.5190077951% IA11 Black Hawk County,Iowa 3.3423948145% IA13 Boone County,Iowa 0.8229376316% IA14 Bremer County,Iowa 0.7313291658% IA15 Buchanan County, Iowa 0.3770114677% IA16 Buena Vista County,Iowa 0.3269761930% IA18 Butler County,Iowa 0.2707546223% IA19 Calhoun County, Iowa 0.1889544807% IA20 Carroll County,Iowa 0.6033080977% IA21 Cass County,Iowa 0.3356626501% IA22 Cedar County,Iowa 0.3655363695% IA25 Cerro Gordo County,Iowa 1.6302973365% IA26 Cherokee County,Iowa 0.2378358349% IA27 Chickasaw County, Iowa 0.2431246372% IA28 Clarke County, Iowa 0.3046029568% IA29 Clay County,Iowa 0.2957241797% IA30 Clayton County, Iowa 0.4574012621% IA32 Clinton County,Iowa 1.4586196098% IA36 Crawford County,Iowa 0.3305341145% IA37 Dallas County, Iowa 1.4775951912% IA39 Davis County, Iowa 0.1538560657% IA40 Decatur County, Iowa 0.2531573348% IA41 Delaware County,Iowa 0.3021348491% IA43 Des Moines County, Iowa 1.5679856298% IA44 Dickinson County,Iowa 0.3322329419% IA46 Dubuque County, Iowa 2.7454332795% IA47 Emmet County,Iowa 0.1753318082% IA49 Fayette County, Iowa 0.5284635324% IA50 Floyd County, Iowa 0.3285468070% IA53 Franklin County, Iowa 0.2107187034% IA54 Fremont County, Iowa 0.2047888342% IA55 Greene County, Iowa 0.3578435662% IA57 Grundy County, Iowa 0.3230977380% IA58 Guthrie County, Iowa 0.2308482053% IA59 Hamilton County, Iowa 0.3501828163% IA60 Hancock County, Iowa 0.1901084012% IA61 Hardin County, Iowa 0.4491314985% IA62 Harrison County,Iowa 0.6178282639% IA63 Henry County,Iowa 0.4451248302% IA64 Howard County,Iowa 0.1714212999% IA65 Humboldt County, Iowa 0.1929611491% IA66 Ida County,Iowa 0.1680556985% IA69 Iowa County,Iowa 0.2658504602% IA70 Jackson County, Iowa 0.5490417812% G-75 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IA71 Jasper County,Iowa 1.6780568235% IA72 Jefferson County, Iowa 0.5728253647% IA73 Johnson County, Iowa 3.8223936863% IA75 Jones County,Iowa 0.3884865660% IA77 Keokuk County, Iowa 0.1980255779% IA78 Kossuth County, Iowa 0.3482275621% IA80 Lee County,Iowa 1.4586837165% IA81 Linn County,Iowa 7.3285811041% IA82 Louisa County,Iowa 0.3358870235% IA83 Lucas County,Iowa 0.3300533143% IA84 Lyon County,Iowa 0.1619335092% IA85 Madison County,Iowa 0.4031349456% IA86 Mahaska County,Iowa 0.7161999860% IA88 Marion County, Iowa 1.1788259436% IA89 Marshall County, Iowa 1.0363488161% IA92 Mills County,Iowa 0.4947113580% IA93 Mitchell County, Iowa 0.1894673343% IA94 Monona County,Iowa 0.4457658971% IA95 Monroe County, Iowa 0.2157510788% IA96 Montgomery County, Iowa 0.5308995868% IA98 Muscatine County,Iowa 1.0607414131% IA102 0 Brien County,Iowa 0.2348228203% IA103 Osceola County,Iowa 0.1453939821% IA106 Page County, Iowa 0.5824093155% IA107 Palo Alto County,Iowa 0.1666132978% IA110 Plymouth County, Iowa 0.4452850969% IA111 Pocahontas County,Iowa 0.1165780231% IA112 Polk County, Iowa 22.8108926250% IA113 Pottawattamie County, Iowa 3.6145597841% IA114 Poweshiek County,Iowa 0.4747100695% IA115 Ringgold County,Iowa 0.1195910378% IA116 Sac County, Iowa 0.2200782807% IA117 Scott County, Iowa 8.8614042123% IA118 Shelby County, Iowa 0.2859158555% IA120 Sioux County, Iowa 0.4096738283% IA123 Story County, Iowa 2.1665177789% IA124 Tama County,Iowa 0.3449901740% IA125 Taylor County, Iowa 0.1784409829% IA126 Union County,Iowa 0.4629785445% IA128 Van Buren County,Iowa 0.1525418785% IA129 Wapello County, Iowa 1.0026607483% IA130 Warren County,Iowa 1.3316563022% IA131 Washington County,Iowa 0.5543626368% IA135 Wayne County,Iowa 0.2440541843% IA136 Webster County,Iowa 1.5957758817% IA138 Winnebago County,Iowa 0.2340535400% IA139 Winneshiek County, Iowa 0.3674595703% IA140 Woodbury County, Iowa 2.5662230163% IA141 Worth County,Iowa 0.2345663935% G-76 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation IA142 Wright County,Iowa 0.2810437467% G-77 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KS1 Allen County,Kansas 0.2469590982% KS2 Anderson County,Kansas 0.1033070846% KS3 Andover City,Kansas 0.2965259109% KS4 Arkansas City,Kansas 0.2517607353% KS5 Atchison City,Kansas 0.2261465530% KS6 Atchison County,Kansas 0.2081347289% KS7 Barber County,Kansas 0.0868011735% KS8 Barton County,Kansas 0.3334574382% KS9 Bourbon County,Kansas 0.2875114592% KS10 Brown County,Kansas 0.1232303153% KS11 Butler County,Kansas 0.8706438812% KS12 Chase County,Kansas 0.0336082678% KS14 Cherokee County,Kansas 0.3919995171% KS 17 Clay County,Kansas 0.1042947986% KS19 Coffey County,Kansas 0.1060232980% KS20 Comanche County,Kansas 0.0219636398% KS21 Cowley County,Kansas 0.6897088195% KS22 Crawford County,Kansas 0.7714110714% KS24 Derby City,Kansas 0.5453586914% KS25 Dickinson County,Kansas 0.3638160245% KS26 Dodge City,Kansas 0.5788024418% KS28 Douglas County,Kansas 1.5924288685% KS29 Edwards County,Kansas 0.0357396506% KS30 El Dorado City,Kansas 0.2788280508% KS31 Elk County,Kansas 0.0499335801% KS32 Elkhart City,Kansas 0.0460427074% KS33 Ellis County,Kansas 0.3726150991% KS34 Ellsworth County,Kansas 0.0784192915% KS35 Emporia City,Kansas 0.5314129512% KS37 Finney County,Kansas 0.7153826866% KS38 Ford County,Kansas 0.6591551252% KS39 Franklin County,Kansas 0.3340422689% KS40 Garden City,Kansas 0.5639674708% KS41 Gardner City,Kansas 0.4851729540% KS42 Geary County,Kansas 0.4187127502% KS43 Gove County,Kansas 0.0340631361% KS44 Graham County,Kansas 0.0310480092% KS45 Grant County,Kansas 0.1409572980% KS47 Great Bend City,Kansas 0.3231811438% KS48 Greeley County Unified 0.0155434990% Government,Kansas KS49 Greenwood County,Kansas 0.1168768440% KS50 Hamilton County,Kansas 0.0315158737% KS51 Harper County,Kansas 0.0693479184% KS52 Harvey County,Kansas 0.6829965673% KS53 Haskell County,Kansas 0.0509842361% KS54 Hays City,Kansas 0.4517508922% KS55 Haysville City,Kansas 0.2470109420% KS57 Hutchinson City,Kansas 0.8720750695% G-78 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KS58 Jackson County,Kansas 0.1711734320% KS59 Jefferson County,Kansas 0.2473443746% KS61 Johnson County,Kansas 12.0944030669% KS62 Junction City,Kansas 0.4741551685% KS63 Kansas City,Kansas 4.4060498188% KS64 Kearny County,Kansas 0.0486709060% KS65 Kingman County,Kansas 0.0906357539% KS66 Kiowa County,Kansas 0.0319187570% KS67 Labette County,Kansas 0.2545442897% KS69 Lansing City,Kansas 0.2592649750% KS70 Lawrence City,Kansas 2.1351947685% KS71 Leavenworth City,Kansas 0.7793565010% KS72 Leavenworth County,Kansas 1.6381480759% KS73 Leawood City,Kansas 0.7519204801% KS74 Lenexa City,Kansas 1.2179424409% KS75 Liberal City,Kansas 0.4082002757% KS78 Logan County,Kansas 0.0355057183% KS79 Lyon County,Kansas 0.4294606379% KS80 Manhattan City,Kansas 1.1916559134% KS81 Manter City,Kansas 0.0039724166% KS83 Marshall County,Kansas 0.1254396755% KS84 McPherson City,Kansas 0.2822331538% KS85 McPherson County,Kansas 0.3697169383% KS86 Meade County,Kansas 0.0802482625% KS87 Merriam City,Kansas 0.2413502294% KS88 Miami County,Kansas 0.4462127868% KS90 Montgomery County,Kansas 0.6274462063% KS92 Morton County,Kansas 0.0505510276% KS94 Neosho County,Kansas 0.3172684471% KS95 Ness County,Kansas 0.0359735829% KS96 Newton City,Kansas 0.4065302570% KS98 Olathe City,Kansas 3.0725090086% KS99 Osage County,Kansas 0.2049506509% KS101 Ottawa City,Kansas 0.2675066256% KS103 Overland Park City,Kansas 5.2622788811% KS104 Pawnee County,Kansas 0.0827340421% KS105 Phillips County,Kansas 0.0673335017% KS106 Pittsburg City,Kansas 0.4330770471% KS107 Pottawatomie County,Kansas 0.3212929608% KS108 Prairie Village City,Kansas 0.4839800835% KS109 Pratt County,Kansas 0.1817885063% KS110 Rawlins County,Kansas 0.0326335501% KS111 Reno County,Kansas 1.2307721233% KS112 Republic County,Kansas 0.0589509291% KS113 Rice County,Kansas 0.1216707669% KS114 Riley County,Kansas 0.9513505103% KS117 Russell County,Kansas 0.0884263937% KS118 Salina City,Kansas 1.0036161498% KS119 Saline County,Kansas 0.7008350540% G-79 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KS120 Scott County,Kansas 0.0622519732% KS121 Sedgwick County,Kansas 10.3553321948% KS122 Seward County,Kansas 0.4190277852% KS123 Shawnee City,Kansas 1.4379077560% KS124 Shawnee County,Kansas 3.5054886950% KS125 Sheridan County,Kansas 0.0327505162% KS126 Sherman County,Kansas 0.0750792587% KS127 Smith County,Kansas 0.0460586624% KS130 Stanton County,Kansas 0.0392178776% KS131 Stevens County,Kansas 0.0700237227% KS132 Sumner County,Kansas 0.2934290296% KS133 Thomas County,Kansas 0.1000970142% KS134 Topeka City,Kansas 2.7014829146% KS135 Trego County,Kansas 0.0358436205% KS136 Ulysses City,Kansas 0.1478592097% KS137 Wabaunsee County,Kansas 0.1375513777% KS138 Wallace County,Kansas 0.0199622194% KS139 Washington County,Kansas 0.0705305759% KS140 Wichita City,Kansas 10.4437497448% KS141 Wichita County,Kansas 0.0269541947% KS142 Wilson County,Kansas 0.1086745303% KS143 Winfield City,Kansas 0.2560767576% KS145 Abilene City,Kansas 0.1327990164% KS146 Anthony City,Kansas 0.0440711418% KS147 Augusta City,Kansas 0.2017035526% KS148 Baxter Springs City,Kansas 0.0844335409% KS149 Bel Aire City,Kansas 0.1836803642% KS150 Belleville City,Kansas 0.0399286280% KS151 Beloit City,Kansas 0.0772980066% KS152 Bentley City,Kansas 0.0111696053% KS153 Benton City,Kansas 0.0187605992% KS154 Bonner Springs City,Kansas 0.1727710215% KS155 Burlingame City,Kansas 0.0191726818% KS156 Bunton City,Kansas 0.0185220252% KS157 Caney City,Kansas 0.0422493033% KS158 Chanute City,Kansas 0.1950017894% KS159 Cheney City,Kansas 0.0471292279% KS160 Coffeyville City,Kansas 0.1988623520% KS161 Colby City,Kansas 0.1152746647% KS162 Concordia City,Kansas 0.1064040461% KS163 Edwardsville City,Kansas 0.0976201818% KS164 Ellsworth City,Kansas 0.0636559061% KS165 Enterprise City,Kansas 0.0167652523% KS166 Eudora City,Kansas 0.1386549260% KS167 Fairway City,Kansas 0.0859517397% KS168 Fall River City,Kansas 0.0030797747% KS169 Fort Scott City,Kansas 0.1658740613% KS 170 Galena City,Kansas 0.0612484766% KS171 Garden Plain City,Kansas 0.0197799613% G-80 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KS172 Garnett City,Kansas 0.0706613091% KS173 Goddard City,Kansas 0.1076186052% KS174 Halstead City,Kansas 0.0439843876% KS175 Harper City,Kansas 0.0280433004% KS176 Herington City,Kansas 0.0485823611% KS177 Hiawatha City,Kansas 0.0670393205% KS178 Highland City,Kansas 0.0213849143% KS179 Hillsboro City,Kansas 0.0599037863% KS180 Hoisington City,Kansas 0.0531803345% KS181 Hugoton City,Kansas 0.0797705018% KS182 Humboldt City,Kansas 0.0385622491% KS183 Independence City,Kansas 0.1827043793% KS184 Iola City,Kansas 0.1141685485% KS185 Johnson City City,Kansas 0.0286505799% KS186 Kechi City,Kansas 0.0457411605% KS187 Kingman City,Kansas 0.0599688519% KS188 Leoti City,Kansas 0.0307977467% KS189 Lincoln Center City,Kansas 0.0257876908% KS190 Longton City,Kansas 0.0066366975% KS191 Maize City,Kansas 0.1142336141% KS192 Marysville City,Kansas 0.0705094892% KS193 Meade City,Kansas 0.0329449136% KS194 Medicine Lodge City,Kansas 0.0391261515% KS195 Mission City,Kansas 0.2141310941% KS196 Mission Hills City,Kansas 0.0766256614% KS197 Moundridge City,Kansas 0.0403623991% KS198 Mount Hope City,Kansas 0.0174809746% KS199 Neodesha City,Kansas 0.0479533930% KS200 North Newton City,Kansas 0.0382152322% KS201 Norton City,Kansas 0.0587542929% KS202 Oakley City,Kansas 0.0440277647% KS203 Osawatomie City,Kansas 0.0915907637% KS204 Park City City,Kansas 0.1722721848% KS205 Parsons City,Kansas 0.2052387869% KS206 Phillipsburg City,Kansas 0.0524863008% KS207 Pleasanton City,Kansas 0.0251153456% KS208 Pratt City,Kansas 0.1401731248% KS209 Rantoul City,Kansas 0.0040557596% KS210 Roeland Park City,Kansas 0.1442722615% KS211 Russell City,Kansas 0.0950609324% KS212 Sabetha City,Kansas 0.0553491899% KS213 Satanta City,Kansas 0.0243128691% KS214 Scott City,Kansas 0.0810284379% KS215 Sedgwick City,Kansas 0.0359379341% KS216 Spring Hill City,Kansas 0.1707106089% KS217 Sterling City,Kansas 0.0471942936% KS218 Sublette City,Kansas 0.0287156456% KS219 Syracuse City,Kansas 0.0353740316% KS220 Tonganoxie City,Kansas 0.1234078725% G-81 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KS221 Tribune City,Kansas 0.0157025131% KS222 Valley Falls City,Kansas 0.0249852143% KS223 Wakeeney City,Kansas 0.0376947069% KS224 Wamego City,Kansas 0.1023265980% KS225 Washington City,Kansas 0.0230983101% KS226 Weir City,Kansas 0.0137505433% KS227 Wellington City,Kansas 0.1637485830% KS228 Westwood City,Kansas 0.0356126057% KS229 Wilson City,Kansas 0.0154639390% KS230 Wyandotte County,Kansas 3.2916925050% G-82 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KY1 Adair County,Kentucky 0.2072149972% KY2 Allen County,Kentucky 0.3652932746% KY3 Anderson County,Kentucky 0.3621159370% KY4 Ashland City,Kentucky 0.9834499202% KY5 Ballard County,Kentucky 0.1275818571% KY6 Bardstown City,Kentucky 0.2352870373% KY7 Barren County,Kentucky 0.3122030586% KY8 Bath County,Kentucky 0.1600781328% KY9 Bell County,Kentucky 0.6418579913% KY12 Berea City,Kentucky 0.1673960319% KY13 Boone County,Kentucky 2.0430819725% KY14 Bourbon County,Kentucky 0.2554835051% KY15 Bowling Green City,Kentucky 0.6707865957% KY16 Boyd County,Kentucky 0.8927787584% KY17 Boyle County,Kentucky 0.3790292999% KY18 Bracken County,Kentucky 0.1275577166% KY19 Breathitt County,Kentucky 0.5390554414% KY20 Breckinridge County,Kentucky 0.3244963382% KY22 Bullitt County,Kentucky 1.0630204077% KY23 Butler County,Kentucky 0.1624898322% KY24 Caldwell County,Kentucky 0.1441008473% KY25 Calloway County,Kentucky 0.0270405279% KY26 Campbell County,Kentucky 1.0519698931% KY27 Campbellsville City,Kentucky 0.2769609681% KY28 Carlisle County,Kentucky 0.0604084438% KY29 Carroll County,Kentucky 0.2541479356% KY30 Carter County,Kentucky 0.6015849596% KY31 Casey County,Kentucky 0.2668572392% KY32 Christian County,Kentucky 0.4386166388% KY33 Clark County,Kentucky 0.6110238861% KY34 Clay County,Kentucky 0.7834161044% KY35 Clinton County,Kentucky 0.3920484376% KY36 Columbia City,Kentucky 0.0941274300% KY37 Covington City,Kentucky 1.7146827203% KY38 Crittenden County,Kentucky 0.2010231527% KY39 Cumberland County,Kentucky 0.1857249004% KY40 Danville City,Kentucky 0.2799464970% KY41 Daviess County,Kentucky 1.1263935276% KY42 Edmonson County,Kentucky 0.1884368528% KY44 Elliott County,Kentucky 0.1458221479% KY45 Erlanger City,Kentucky 0.3397777298% KY46 Estill County,Kentucky 0.4049309515% KY47 Fleming County,Kentucky 0.1823914480% KY48 Florence City,Kentucky 0.7389020512% KY49 Floyd County,Kentucky 1.9179322449% KY50 Fort Thomas City,Kentucky 0.3651296923% KY51 Frankfort City,Kentucky 0.4254271088% KY52 Franklin County,Kentucky 0.4438483122% KY53 Fulton County,Kentucky 0.1040009320% G-83 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KY54 Gallatin County,Kentucky 0.2347861459% KY55 Garrard County,Kentucky 0.3127117464% KY56 Georgetown City,Kentucky 0.2129888920% KY57 Glasgow City,Kentucky 0.4100978120% KY58 Grant County,Kentucky 0.5343736918% KY59 Graves County,Kentucky 0.2447866907% KY60 Grayson City,Kentucky 0.1405700912% KY61 Grayson County,Kentucky 0.4371371187% KY62 Green County,Kentucky 0.1363993307% KY64 Greenup County,Kentucky 0.6872346204% KY65 Hancock County,Kentucky 0.1001482246% KY66 Hardin County,Kentucky 1.6677965130% KY68 Harlan County,Kentucky 0.9236857078% KY69 Harrison County,Kentucky 0.2078604027% KY70 Hart County,Kentucky 0.2333469695% KY71 Henderson City,Kentucky 0.5644511762% KY72 Henderson County,Kentucky 0.3796057595% KY73 Henry County,Kentucky 0.2263086115% KY74 Hickman County,Kentucky 0.0533625713% KY76 Hopkins County,Kentucky 0.5493362318% KY77 Hopkinsville City,Kentucky 0.5662686160% KY79 Independence City,Kentucky 0.1255237640% KY81 Jackson County,Kentucky 0.1930879337% KY83 Jefferson County,Kentucky 14.4939132925% KY84 Jeffersontown City,Kentucky 0.1981991396% KY85 Jenkins City,Kentucky 0.0688654541% KY86 Jessamine County,Kentucky 0.6407795601% KY87 Johnson County,Kentucky 0.6400798620% KY88 Kenton County,Kentucky 2.5731398261% KY89 Knott County,Kentucky 0.4910894879% KY90 Knox County,Kentucky 0.8060755114% KY91 Lame County,Kentucky 0.1917133825% KY92 Laurel County,Kentucky 0.9215642107% KY93 Lawrence County,Kentucky 0.4474957316% KY94 Lawrenceburg City,Kentucky 0.0804801232% KY95 Lee County,Kentucky 0.2235931366% KY96 Leslie County,Kentucky 0.5525464926% KY97 Letcher County,Kentucky 0.6327552468% KY98 Lewis County,Kentucky 0.2492484050% KY99 Lexington-Fayette Urban County, 6.2597070666% Kentucky KY100 Lincoln County,Kentucky 0.4109182594% KY101 Livingston County,Kentucky 0.2056037847% KY102 Logan County,Kentucky 0.3022584972% KY103 London City,Kentucky 0.1961505806% KY106 Lyndon City,Kentucky 0.0748780766% KY107 Lyon County,Kentucky 0.1367346673% KY108 Madison County,Kentucky 1.1073052673% KY109 Madisonville City,Kentucky 0.3927355489% G-84 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KY110 Magoffin County,Kentucky 0.3084779576% KY111 Manchester City,Kentucky 0.1800397241% KY112 Marion County,Kentucky 0.2018769929% KY113 Marshall County,Kentucky 0.6110803392% KY114 Martin County,Kentucky 0.4692913886% KY115 Mason County,Kentucky 0.1741746215% KY116 McCracken County,Kentucky 0.3377504933% KY117 McCreary County,Kentucky 0.3011869230% KY118 McLean County,Kentucky 0.1433881867% KY119 Meade County,Kentucky 0.3762152436% KY120 Menifee County,Kentucky 0.1152561711% KY121 Mercer County,Kentucky 0.2841928256% KY122 Metcalfe County,Kentucky 0.1167070889% KY123 Monroe County,Kentucky 0.2890192303% KY124 Montgomery County,Kentucky 0.5746052526% KY125 Morehead City,Kentucky 0.1176937487% KY126 Morgan County,Kentucky 0.0505889526% KY127 Morganfield City,Kentucky 0.1082087956% KY129 Muhlenberg County,Kentucky 0.5338036196% KY130 Murray City,Kentucky 0.5765962314% KY131 Nelson County,Kentucky 0.4816564321% KY132 Newport City,Kentucky 0.7312996326% KY133 Nicholas County,Kentucky 0.1324383199% KY134 Nicholasville City,Kentucky 0.3723153354% KY135 Ohio County,Kentucky 0.4467150643% KY136 Oldham County,Kentucky 0.7333447161% KY137 Owen County,Kentucky 0.2198857418% KY138 Owensboro City,Kentucky 0.5118319344% KY139 Owsley County,Kentucky 0.1294761331% KY140 Paducah City,Kentucky 1.1041080161% KY141 Paintsville City,Kentucky 0.3642660363% KY142 Pendleton County,Kentucky 0.3094900729% KY143 Perry County,Kentucky 1.4848386091% KY144 Pike County,Kentucky 1.9294441527% KY145 Pineville City,Kentucky 0.0736606264% KY147 Powell County,Kentucky 0.5788951657% KY148 Prestonsburg City,Kentucky 0.4197933602% KY149 Pulaski County,Kentucky 0.8723902940% KY151 Richmond City,Kentucky 0.5069051167% KY152 Robertson County,Kentucky 0.0346199801% KY153 Rockcastle County,Kentucky 0.4380501830% KY154 Rowan County,Kentucky 0.4245058255% KY155 Russell City,Kentucky 0.1455248537% KY156 Russell County,Kentucky 0.5599110288% KY158 Scott County,Kentucky 0.6332443967% KY159 Shelby County,Kentucky 0.5093783884% KY160 Shelbyville City,Kentucky 0.1168374662% KY161 Shepherdsville City,Kentucky 0.1717991328% KY162 Shively City,Kentucky 0.1040826057% G-85 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KY163 Simpson County,Kentucky 0.2049906448% KY164 Somerset City,Kentucky 0.3108498299% KY166 Spencer County,Kentucky 0.2447695951% KY167 St.Matthews City,Kentucky 0.1131834246% KY168 Taylor County,Kentucky 0.1908446071% KY169 Todd County,Kentucky 0.1788746408% KY170 Trigg County,Kentucky 0.2047738501% KY171 Trimble County,Kentucky 0.1174427629% KY172 Union County,Kentucky 0.2531192882% KY175 Warren County,Kentucky 0.9893070387% KY176 Washington County,Kentucky 0.1549834119% KY177 Wayne County,Kentucky 0.3477965951% KY178 Webster County,Kentucky 0.2371207742% KY179 West Liberty City,Kentucky 0.1691975502% KY181 Whitley County,Kentucky 1.5794132485% KY182 Winchester City,Kentucky 0.4646999075% KY183 Wolfe County,Kentucky 0.2600699609% KY184 Woodford County,Kentucky 0.2675359435% KY186 Albany City,Kentucky 0.1264298304% KY187 Alexandria City,Kentucky 0.1080131826% KY192 Barbourville City,Kentucky 0.0730470168% KY193 Beattyville City,Kentucky 0.1448233239% KY195 Bellevue City,Kentucky 0.0965704087% KY205 Carrollton City,Kentucky 0.0887635005% KY206 Catlettsburg City,Kentucky 0.1263485793% KY207 Cave City City,Kentucky 0.0700133478% KY208 Central City City,Kentucky 0.0844674819% KY211 Cold Spring City,Kentucky 0.0750717640% KY212 Corbin City,Kentucky 0.2036058550% KY215 Crittenden City,Kentucky 0.1485297325% KY216 Cynthiana City,Kentucky 0.2429917006% KY218 Dayton City,Kentucky 0.1369669607% KY220 Dry Ridge City,Kentucky 0.1124383105% KY222 Edgewood City,Kentucky 0.0997328111% KY228 Flatwoods City,Kentucky 0.0815134672% KY230 Flemingsburg City,Kentucky 0.0974474500% KY231 Fort Mitchell City,Kentucky 0.1045834032% KY232 Fort Wright City,Kentucky 0.0888485558% KY233 Franklin City,Kentucky 0.1059281781% KY238 Harrodsburg City,Kentucky 0.1433328138% KY240 Hazard City,Kentucky 0.2853655644% KY242 Highland Heights City,Kentucky 0.1099203272% KY247 Irvine City,Kentucky 0.0767877105% KY252 La Grange City,Kentucky 0.0727992716% KY255 Lebanon City,Kentucky 0.1122041854% KY256 Leitchfield City,Kentucky 0.1135380642% KY258 Louisa City,Kentucky 0.0866211036% KY259 Ludlow City,Kentucky 0.0669617849% KY261 Martin City,Kentucky 0.2943288201% G-86 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation KY262 Mayfield City,Kentucky 0.2929381596% KY263 Maysville City,Kentucky 0.1796298526% KY264 Middlesborough City,Kentucky 0.9627869870% KY267 Morgantown City,Kentucky 0.1066840944% KY268 Mount Sterling City,Kentucky 0.1357736978% KY269 Mount Vernon City,Kentucky 0.1195254191% KY275 Owingsville City,Kentucky 0.1120741368% KY276 Paris City,Kentucky 0.1357848757% KY278 Pikeville City,Kentucky 0.9232553122% KY280 Princeton City,Kentucky 0.1044295429% KY283 Russellville City,Kentucky 0.1019054071% KY286 Southgate City,Kentucky 0.0952700635% KY288 Stanford City,Kentucky 0.0735805495% KY291 Taylor Mill City,Kentucky 0.1020398235% KY294 Union City,Kentucky 0.1260059161% KY295 Versailles City,Kentucky 0.1700135829% KY297 Walton City,Kentucky 0.0725720505% KY301 Wilder City,Kentucky 0.1271712342% KY302 Williamsburg City,Kentucky 0.2511273232% KY303 Williamstown City,Kentucky 0.1029710636% G-87 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation LA2 Acadia Parish,Louisiana LA3 Alexandria City,Louisiana LA4 Allen Parish,Louisiana LA5 Ascension Parish,Louisiana LA6 Assumption Parish,Louisiana LA7 Avoyelles Parish,Louisiana LA9 Baldwin Town,Louisiana LA10 Bastrop City,Louisiana LA12 Beauregard Parish,Louisiana LA13 Berwick Town,Louisiana LA14 Bienville Parish,Louisiana LA15 Bogalusa City,Louisiana LA16 Bossier City,Louisiana LA17 Bossier Parish,Louisiana LA19 Caddo Parish,Louisiana LA20 Calcasieu Parish,Louisiana LA21 Caldwell Parish,Louisiana LA22 Cameron Parish,Louisiana LA23 Catahoula Parish,Louisiana LA25 Claiborne Parish,Louisiana LA26 Concordia Parish,Louisiana LA27 Covington City,Louisiana Allocations in Louisiana LA29 De Soto Parish,Louisiana will be made in LA30 Delhi Town,Louisiana accordance with the LA32 Donaldsonville City,Louisiana Louisiana State-Local LA33 East Carroll Parish,Louisiana Government Opioid LA34 East Feliciana Parish,Louisiana Litigation Memorandum LA35 Eunice City,Louisiana of Understanding. LA36 Evangeline Parish,Louisiana LA37 Ferriday Town,Louisiana LA38 Franklin City,Louisiana LA39 Franklin Parish,Louisiana LA41 Gramercy Town,Louisiana LA42 Grant Parish,Louisiana LA43 Gretna City,Louisiana LA46 Iberia Parish,Louisiana LA47 Iberville Parish,Louisiana LA48 Jackson Parish,Louisiana LA49 Jean Lafitte Town,Louisiana LA50 Jefferson Davis Parish,Louisiana LA51 Jefferson Parish,Louisiana LA52 Kenner City,Louisiana LA54 Lafourche Parish,Louisiana LA55 Lake Charles City,Louisiana LA56 Lake Providence Town,Louisiana LA57 Lasalle Parish,Louisiana LA58 Lincoln Parish,Louisiana LA59 Livingston Parish,Louisiana LA60 Lutcher Town,Louisiana G-88 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation LA61 Madison Parish,Louisiana LA62 Madisonville Town,Louisiana LA63 Mandeville City,Louisiana LA65 Monroe City,Louisiana LA66 Morehouse Parish,Louisiana LA67 Morgan City,Louisiana LA68 Natchitoches City,Louisiana LA69 Natchitoches Parish,Louisiana LA70 New Iberia City,Louisiana LA72 New Roads City,Louisiana LA73 Opelousas City,Louisiana LA74 Ouachita Parish,Louisiana LA75 Patterson City,Louisiana LA76 Pearl River Town,Louisiana LA77 Pineville City,Louisiana LA78 Plaquemines Parish,Louisiana LA79 Pointe Coupee Parish,Louisiana LA80 Rapides Parish,Louisiana LA81 Red River Parish,Louisiana LA82 Richland Parish,Louisiana LA83 Richwood Town,Louisiana LA85 Sabine Parish,Louisiana Allocations in Louisiana LA86 Shreveport City,Louisiana will be made in LA87 Slidell City,Louisiana accordance with the LA88 St Bernard Parish,Louisiana Louisiana State-Local LA89 St Charles Parish,Louisiana Government Opioid LA90 St Helena Parish,Louisiana Litigation Memorandum LA91 St James Parish,Louisiana of Understanding. LA92 St John The Baptist Parish, Louisiana LA93 St Landry Parish,Louisiana LA94 St Martin Parish,Louisiana LA95 St Mary Parish,Louisiana LA96 St Tammany Parish,Louisiana LA97 St.Martinville City,Louisiana LA99 Tangipahoa Parish,Louisiana LA100 Tensas Parish,Louisiana LA102 Union Parish,Louisiana LA103 Vermilion Parish,Louisiana LA104 Vernon Parish,Louisiana LA105 Washington Parish,Louisiana LA106 Webster Parish,Louisiana LA107 West Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana LA108 West Carroll Parish,Louisiana LA109 West Feliciana Parish,Louisiana LA110 West Monroe City,Louisiana LA111 Westwego City,Louisiana LA112 Winn Parish,Louisiana G-89 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation LA115 East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana LA116 Lafayette Parish,Louisiana LA117 Orleans Parish,Louisiana LA118 Terrebonne Parish,Louisiana LA119 Sheriff of Acadia Parish, Louisiana LA120 Sheriff of Allen Parish,Louisiana LA121 Sheriff of Ascension Parish, Louisiana LA122 Sheriff of Assumption Parish, Louisiana LA123 Sheriff of Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana LA124 Sheriff of Beauregard Parish, Louisiana LA125 Sheriff of Bienville Parish, Louisiana LA126 Sheriff of Bossier Parish, Louisiana LA127 Sheriff of Caddo Parish,Louisiana LA128 Sheriff of Calcasieu Parish, Allocations in Louisiana Louisiana will be made in LA129 Sheriff of Caldwell Parish, accordance with the Louisiana Louisiana State-Local LA130 Sheriff of Cameron Parish, Government Opioid Louisiana Litigation Memorandum LA131 Sheriff of Catahoula Parish, of Understanding. Louisiana LA132 Sheriff of Claiborne Parish, Louisiana LA133 Sheriff of Concordia Parish, Louisiana LA134 Sheriff of De Soto Parish, Louisiana LA135 Sheriff of East Baton Rouge Parish,Louisiana LA136 Sheriff of East Carroll Parish, Louisiana LA137 Sheriff of East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana LA138 Sheriff of Evangeline Parish, Louisiana LA139 Sheriff of Franklin Parish, Louisiana LA140 Sheriff of Grant Parish,Louisiana LA141 Sheriff of Iberia Parish,Louisiana LA142 Sheriff of Iberville Parish, Louisiana G-90 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation LA143 Sheriff of Jackson Parish, Louisiana LA144 Sheriff of Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana LA145 Sheriff of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana LA146 Sheriff of Lafayette Parish, Louisiana LA147 Sheriff of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana LA148 Sheriff of Lasalle Parish, Louisiana LA149 Sheriff of Lincoln Parish, Louisiana LA150 Sheriff of Livingston Parish, Louisiana LA151 Sheriff of Madison Parish, Louisiana LA152 Sheriff of Morehouse Parish, Louisiana LA153 Sheriff of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana Allocations in Louisiana LA154 Sheriff of Orleans Parish, will be made in Louisiana accordance with the LA155 Sheriff of Ouachita Parish, Louisiana State-Local Louisiana Government Opioid LA156 Sheriff of Plaquemines Parish, Litigation Memorandum Louisiana of Understanding. LA157 Sheriff of Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana LA158 Sheriff of Rapides Parish, Louisiana LA159 Sheriff of Red River Parish, Louisiana LA160 Sheriff of Richland Parish, Louisiana LA161 Sheriff of Sabine Parish,Louisiana LA162 Sheriff of St Bernard Parish, Louisiana LA163 Sheriff of St Charles Parish, Louisiana LA164 Sheriff of St Helena Parish, Louisiana LA165 Sheriff of St James Parish, Louisiana LA166 Sheriff of St John The Baptist Parish,Louisiana LA167 Sheriff of St Landry Parish, Louisiana G-91 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation LA168 Sheriff of St Martin Parish, Louisiana LA169 Sheriff of St Mary Parish, Louisiana LA170 Sheriff of St Tammany Parish, Louisiana LA171 Sheriff of Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana LA172 Sheriff of Tensas Parish,Louisiana LA173 Sheriff of Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana Allocations in Louisiana LA174 Sheriff of Union Parish,Louisiana will be made in LA175 Sheriff of Vermilion Parish, accordance with the Louisiana Louisiana State-Local LA176 Sheriff of Vernon Parish, Government Opioid Louisiana Litigation Memorandum LA177 Sheriff of Washington Parish, of Understanding. Louisiana LA178 Sheriff of Webster Parish, Louisiana LA179 Sheriff of West Baton Rouge Parish,Louisiana LA180 Sheriff of West Carroll Parish, Louisiana LA181 Sheriff of West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana LA182 Sheriff of Winn Parish,Louisiana G-92 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation ME1 Androscoggin County,Maine 1.6799535986% ME2 Aroostook County,Maine 4.0537116218% ME3 Auburn City,Maine 2.6283332826% ME4 Augusta City,Maine 3.6779545807% ME5 Bangor City,Maine 5.2042873123% ME6 Biddeford City,Maine 2.7393997300% ME7 Brunswick Town,Maine 1.6113929261% ME8 Calais City,Maine 0.8369049504% ME9 Cumberland County,Maine 3.5025701951% ME10 Falmouth Town,Maine 1.2353278939% ME11 Franklin County,Maine 1.9717572454% ME12 Gorham Town,Maine 1.4582940317% ME13 Hancock County,Maine 3.8494340111% ME14 Kennebec County,Maine 4.9959268385% ME15 Kennebunk Town,Maine 0.2185679049% ME16 Knox County,Maine 2.1010369789% ME17 Lewiston City,Maine 4.3451006968% ME18 Lincoln County,Maine 2.1621727981% ME19 Orono Town,Maine 0.2094180830% ME20 Oxford County,Maine 3.8454418782% ME21 Penobscot County,Maine 6.7801027597% ME22 Piscataquis County,Maine 1.2760851978% ME23 Portland City,Maine 7.2016026249% ME24 Rockland City,Maine 0.6184398003% ME25 Saco City,Maine 0.4366518238% ME26 Sagadahoc County,Maine 1.9708146889% ME27 Sanford City,Maine 2.6908215844% ME28 Scarborough Town,Maine 1.8363769930% ME29 Somerset County,Maine 3.6977198467% ME30 South Portland City,Maine 2.2275994495% ME31 Standish Town,Maine 0.0664145731% ME32 Waldo County,Maine 2.4723925078% ME33 Washington County,Maine 2.6998574469% ME34 Waterville City,Maine 2.8132809688% ME35 Wells Town,Maine 0.2541311729% ME36 Westbrook City,Maine 1.5416150467% ME37 Windham Town,Maine 0.1935482073% ME38 York County,Maine 6.7950503019% ME39 York Town,Maine 2.1005084476% G-93 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MD1 Aberdeen City,Maryland 0.0372796529% MD2 Allegany County,Maryland 1.6120411494% MD3 Annapolis City,Maryland 0.2413230958% MD4 Anne Arundel County,Maryland 9.5850095156% MD5 Baltimore City,Maryland 20.9970334354% MD6 Baltimore County,Maryland 17.7565394434% MD7 Bel Air Town,Maryland 0.0322364280% MD8 Berlin Town,Maryland 0.0109236186% MD9 Bowie City,Maryland 0.0263270946% MD10 Calvert County,Maryland 1.6948343688% MD11 Cambridge City,Maryland 0.0196746185% MD12 Caroline County,Maryland 0.5865017850% MD13 Carroll County,Maryland 2.9605563001% MD14 Cecil County,Maryland 3.7958577634% MD15 Charles County,Maryland 1.9663409179% MD16 Charlestown,Maryland 0.0013846587% MD17 College Park City,Maryland 0.0050334845% MD18 Cottage City Town,Maryland 0.0015972023% MD19 Cumberland City,Maryland 0.1627132426% MD20 Dorchester County,Maryland 0.3951913125% MD21 Easton Town,Maryland 0.0630108370% MD22 Elkton Town,Maryland 0.0884110160% MD23 Forest Heights Town,Maryland 0.0014812182% MD24 Frederick City,Maryland 0.1530889274% MD25 Frederick County,Maryland 3.4957333212% MD26 Frostburg City,Maryland 0.0194678741% MD27 Gaithersburg City,Maryland 0.0243966914% MD28 Garrett County,Maryland 0.3513434690% MD29 Grantsville Town,Maryland 0.0002207076% MD30 Greenbelt City,Maryland 0.0369938028% MD31 Hagerstown City,Maryland 0.1829328174% MD32 Harford County,Maryland 5.1958110720% MD33 Havre De Grace City,Maryland 0.0458009931% MD34 Howard County,Maryland 3.2487213744% MD35 Hyattsville City,Maryland 0.0127377562% MD36 Kent County,Maryland 0.4683852152% MD37 Laurel City,Maryland 0.0300516480% MD38 Montgomery County,Maryland 8.5574378958% MD39 Mountain Lake Park Town, 0.0001004445% Maryland MD40 New Carrollton City,Maryland 0.0062727689% MD41 North Brentwood Town,Maryland 0.0000662686% MD42 North East Town,Maryland 0.0183814522% MD43 Oakland Town,Maryland 0.0011777453% MD44 Perryville Town,Maryland 0.0184160785% MD45 Prince Georges County,Maryland 7.1382650655% MD46 Queen Armes County,Maryland 0.7381792535% MD47 Rockville City,Maryland 0.0611045878% MD48 Salisbury City,Maryland 0.1347806691% G-94 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MD49 Seat Pleasant City,Maryland 0.0040128808% MD50 Somerset County,Maryland 0.3875128839% MD51 St Marys County,Maryland 1.3684562511% MD52 Takoma Park City,Maryland 0.0195596479% MD53 Talbot County,Maryland 0.4896824850% MD54 Upper Marlboro Town,Maryland 0.0009443695% MD55 Vienna Town,Maryland 0.0001582676% MD56 Washington County,Maryland 3.0474490505% MD57 Westminster City,Maryland 0.0440087573% MD58 Wicomico County,Maryland 1.6694422411% MD59 Worcester County,Maryland 0.9876031064% G-95 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA1 Abington Town,Massachusetts 0.2400899791% MA2 Acton Town,Massachusetts 0.1586479343% MA3 Acushnet Town,Massachusetts 0.1547305792% MA4 Adams Town,Massachusetts 0.0189731986% MA5 Agawam Town City, 0.4341901730% Massachusetts MA6 Alford Town,Massachusetts 0.0007449491% MA7 Amesbury Town City, 0.2580959424% Massachusetts MA8 Amherst Town,Massachusetts 0.3675897982% MA9 Andover Town,Massachusetts 0.7102727131% MA10 Aquinnah Town,Massachusetts 0.0049293930% MA11 Arlington Town,Massachusetts 0.3350233330% MA12 Ashburnham Town,Massachusetts 0.0140160133% MA13 Ashby Town,Massachusetts 0.0069876989% MA14 Ashfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0027296132% MA15 Ashland Town,Massachusetts 0.1613930923% MA16 Athol Town,Massachusetts 0.0359559233% MA17 Attleboro City,Massachusetts 0.9357205930% MA18 Auburn Town,Massachusetts 0.3036683195% MA19 Avon Town,Massachusetts 0.0739889948% MA20 Ayer Town,Massachusetts 0.0179210686% MA21 Barnstable County,Massachusetts 0.0639482242% MA22 Barnstable Town City, 0.8578313582% Massachusetts MA23 Barre Town,Massachusetts 0.0096522017% MA24 Becket Town,Massachusetts 0.0067279376% MA25 Bedford Town,Massachusetts 0.1982937972% MA26 Belchertown,Massachusetts 0.3492785905% MA27 Bellingham Town,Massachusetts 0.1961076781% MA28 Belmont Town,Massachusetts 0.2420315678% MA29 Berkley Town,Massachusetts 0.1212759115% MA30 Berlin Town,Massachusetts 0.0397753511% MA31 Bernardston Town,Massachusetts 0.0040751589% MA32 Beverly City,Massachusetts 0.4801566147% MA33 Billerica Town,Massachusetts 0.3870913124% MA34 Blackstone Town,Massachusetts 0.0221473318% MA35 Blandford Town,Massachusetts 0.0009007116% MA36 Bolton Town,Massachusetts 0.0110088433% MA37 Boston City,Massachusetts 10.5767780349% MA38 Bourne Town,Massachusetts 0.3783946742% MA39 Boxborough Town,Massachusetts 0.0399298051% MA40 Boxford Town,Massachusetts 0.0912309051% MA41 Boylston Town,Massachusetts 0.0562367737% MA42 Braintree Town City, 0.4457226214% Massachusetts MA43 Brewster Town,Massachusetts 0.1284470083% MA44 Bridgewater Town,Massachusetts 0.0570448443% MA45 Brimfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0355644757% G-96 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA46 Bristol County,Massachusetts 0.1015083030% MA47 Brockton City,Massachusetts 2.1170344615% MA48 Brookfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0372953453% MA49 Brookline Town,Massachusetts 0.8244968622% MA50 Buckland Town,Massachusetts 0.0031396937% MA51 Burlington Town,Massachusetts 0.3034752912% MA52 Cambridge City,Massachusetts 4.3053779748% MA53 Canton Town,Massachusetts 0.2909840866% MA54 Carlisle Town,Massachusetts 0.0526144568% MA55 Carver Town,Massachusetts 0.2179547901% MA56 Charlemont Town,Massachusetts 0.0066765925% MA57 Charlton Town,Massachusetts 0.0305379405% MA58 Chatham Town,Massachusetts 0.1685335181% MA59 Chelmsford Town,Massachusetts 0.3162632088% MA60 Chelsea City,Massachusetts 0.5236031155% MA61 Cheshire Town,Massachusetts 0.0015830626% MA62 Chester Town,Massachusetts 0.0096828727% MA63 Chesterfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0168042468% MA64 Chicopee City,Massachusetts 0.8816952708% MA65 Chilmark Town,Massachusetts 0.0062328576% MA66 Clarksburg Town,Massachusetts 0.0303920178% MA67 Clinton Town,Massachusetts 0.2371744557% MA68 Cohasset Town,Massachusetts 0.1430861241% MA69 Colrain Town,Massachusetts 0.0016018525% MA70 Concord Town,Massachusetts 0.1749597704% MA71 Conway Town,Massachusetts 0.0354590115% MA72 Cummington Town, 0.0009757143% Massachusetts MA73 Dalton Town,Massachusetts 0.0123034626% MA74 Danvers Town,Massachusetts 0.4037368656% MA75 Dartmouth Town,Massachusetts 0.5505881937% MA76 Dedham Town,Massachusetts 0.3188835370% MA77 Deerfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0872700035% MA78 Dennis Town,Massachusetts 0.0970183530% MA79 Dighton Town,Massachusetts 0.0228752705% MA80 Douglas Town,Massachusetts 0.1659192613% MA81 Dover Town,Massachusetts 0.0683428114% MA82 Dracut Town,Massachusetts 0.2045887296% MA83 Dudley Town,Massachusetts 0.0179390734% MA84 Dukes County,Massachusetts 0.0054256244% MA85 Dunstable Town,Massachusetts 0.0041607864% MA86 Duxbury Town,Massachusetts 0.3742011756% MA87 East Bridgewater Town, 0.2308047825% Massachusetts MA88 East Brookfield Town, 0.0052365739% Massachusetts MA89 East Longmeadow Town, 0.2715713403% Massachusetts MA90 Eastham Town,Massachusetts 0.0786916528% G-97 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA91 Easthampton Town City, 0.2670463228% Massachusetts MA92 Easton Town,Massachusetts 0.5676857515% MA93 Edgartown,Massachusetts 0.0809809332% MA94 Egremont Town,Massachusetts 0.0050750540% MA95 Erving Town,Massachusetts 0.0513752128% MA96 Essex Town,Massachusetts 0.0113333487% MA97 Everett City,Massachusetts 0.4368228534% MA98 Fairhaven Town,Massachusetts 0.3265362625% MA99 Fall River City,Massachusetts 2.1055901006% MA100 Falmouth Town,Massachusetts 0.6632841320% MA101 Fitchburg City,Massachusetts 0.6913634212% MA102 Florida Town,Massachusetts 0.0170875086% MA103 Foxborough Town,Massachusetts 0.2588100112% MA104 Framingham Town,Massachusetts 0.6902310022% MA105 Franklin Town City, 0.4506715894% Massachusetts MA106 Freetown,Massachusetts 0.0347111837% MA107 Gardner City,Massachusetts 0.3080580392% MA108 Georgetown,Massachusetts 0.1361143365% MA109 Gill Town,Massachusetts 0.0032293514% MA110 Gloucester City,Massachusetts 0.4219402015% MA111 Goshen Town,Massachusetts 0.0020598761% MA112 Gosnold Town,Massachusetts 0.0011645031% MA113 Grafton Town,Massachusetts 0.2787903277% MA114 Granby Town,Massachusetts 0.1421420753% MA115 Granville Town,Massachusetts 0.0205788719% MA116 Great Barrington Town, 0.0238735954% Massachusetts MA117 Greenfield Town City, 0.4522917084% Massachusetts MA118 Groton Town,Massachusetts 0.0112861907% MA119 Groveland Town,Massachusetts 0.0109548289% MA120 Hadley Town,Massachusetts 0.1036658447% MA121 Halifax Town,Massachusetts 0.0744074497% MA122 Hamilton Town,Massachusetts 0.0148754814% MA123 Hampden Town,Massachusetts 0.0086441416% MA124 Hancock Town,Massachusetts 0.0080083205% MA125 Hanover Town,Massachusetts 0.2979987927% MA126 Hanson Town,Massachusetts 0.0306151413% MA127 Hardwick Town,Massachusetts 0.0046489576% MA128 Harvard Town,Massachusetts 0.1646144358% MA129 Harwich Town,Massachusetts 0.2864309104% MA130 Hatfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0627393895% MA131 Haverhill City,Massachusetts 0.8142937865% MA132 Hawley Town,Massachusetts 0.0002691301% MA133 Heath Town,Massachusetts 0.0011790011% MA134 Hingham Town,Massachusetts 0.4828724626% MA135 Hinsdale Town,Massachusetts 0.0037015067% G-98 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA136 Holbrook Town,Massachusetts 0.1222501079% MA137 Holden Town,Massachusetts 0.0343745879% MA138 Holland Town,Massachusetts 0.0238040885% MA139 Holliston Town,Massachusetts 0.1672190621% MA140 Holyoke City,Massachusetts 0.9664659552% MA141 Hopedale Town,Massachusetts 0.1372305825% MA142 Hopkinton Town,Massachusetts 0.2027514537% MA143 Hubbardston Town,Massachusetts 0.0076647112% MA144 Hudson Town,Massachusetts 0.1994512345% MA145 Hull Town,Massachusetts 0.1954841045% MA146 Huntington Town,Massachusetts 0.0026561285% MA147 Ipswich Town,Massachusetts 0.2079635850% MA148 Kingston Town,Massachusetts 0.1369378473% MA149 Lakeville Town,Massachusetts 0.0202228058% MA150 Lancaster Town,Massachusetts 0.0116656002% MA151 Lanesborough Town, 0.0575248505% Massachusetts MA152 Lawrence City,Massachusetts 1.4758837913% MA153 Lee Town,Massachusetts 0.1519018348% MA154 Leicester Town,Massachusetts 0.1926291380% MA155 Lenox Town,Massachusetts 0.1609461124% MA156 Leominster City,Massachusetts 0.7902530708% MA157 Leverett Town,Massachusetts 0.0395342227% MA158 Lexington Town,Massachusetts 0.5090924410% MA159 Leyden Town,Massachusetts 0.0007689206% MA160 Lincoln Town,Massachusetts 0.1099619285% MA161 Littleton Town,Massachusetts 0.1043597104% MA162 Longmeadow Town, 0.2992108201% Massachusetts MA163 Lowell City,Massachusetts 1.0242474790% MA164 Ludlow Town,Massachusetts 0.3042665608% MA165 Lunenburg Town,Massachusetts 0.1916440550% MA166 Lynn City,Massachusetts 1.5917595154% MA167 Lynnfield Town,Massachusetts 0.2333154069% MA168 Malden City,Massachusetts 0.4659742140% MA169 Manchester-By-The-Sea Town, 0.0201100664% Massachusetts MA170 Mansfield Town,Massachusetts 0.6816694002% MA171 Marblehead Town,Massachusetts 0.3485912672% MA172 Marion Town,Massachusetts 0.0698025620% MA173 Marlborough City,Massachusetts 0.3668295136% MA174 Marshfield Town,Massachusetts 0.4930551259% MA175 Mashpee Town,Massachusetts 0.3459150927% MA176 Mattapoisett Town,Massachusetts 0.0843720139% MA177 Maynard Town,Massachusetts 0.1014940666% MA178 Medfield Town,Massachusetts 0.2083772770% MA179 Medford City,Massachusetts 0.3972200658% MA180 Medway Town,Massachusetts 0.1940731867% MA181 Melrose City,Massachusetts 0.2296395466% G-99 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA182 Mendon Town,Massachusetts 0.0164096065% MA183 Merrimac Town,Massachusetts 0.0100336001% MA184 Methuen Town City, 0.7149217230% Massachusetts MA185 Middleborough Town, 0.3933419654% Massachusetts MA186 Middlefield Town,Massachusetts 0.0003252381% MA187 Middleton Town,Massachusetts 0.0917093411% MA188 Milford Town,Massachusetts 0.5323916620% MA189 Millbury Town,Massachusetts 0.2332340712% MA190 Millis Town,Massachusetts 0.0999797258% MA191 Millville Town,Massachusetts 0.0062130209% MA192 Milton Town,Massachusetts 0.3520463069% MA193 Monroe Town,Massachusetts 0.0001025332% MA194 Monson Town,Massachusetts 0.1266258006% MA195 Montague Town,Massachusetts 0.0291412591% MA196 Monterey Town,Massachusetts 0.0042137017% MA197 Montgomery Town,Massachusetts 0.0002324400% MA198 Mt Washington Town, 0.0001746048% Massachusetts MA199 Nahant Town,Massachusetts 0.0355497159% MA200 Nantucket Town,Massachusetts 0.1102324194% MA201 Natick Town,Massachusetts 0.3421702489% MA202 Needham Town,Massachusetts 0.4914063771% MA203 New Ashford Town, 0.0002677169% Massachusetts MA204 New Bedford City,Massachusetts 2.3617391681% MA205 New Braintree Town, 0.0013480056% Massachusetts MA206 New Marlborough Town, 0.0032940955% Massachusetts MA207 New Salem Town,Massachusetts 0.0024476600% MA208 Newbury Town,Massachusetts 0.0135400372% MA209 Newburyport City,Massachusetts 0.2905748435% MA210 Newton City,Massachusetts 1.0088865481% MA211 Norfolk County,Massachusetts 0.0563017795% MA212 Norfolk Town,Massachusetts 0.0892988423% MA213 North Adams City,Massachusetts 0.3428675166% MA214 North Andover Town, 0.4494773051% Massachusetts MA215 North Attleborough Town, 0.6369959028% Massachusetts MA216 North Brookfield Town, 0.0698725924% Massachusetts MA217 North Reading Town, 0.1664230820% Massachusetts MA218 Northampton City,Massachusetts 0.5405649568% MA219 Northborough Town, 0.2422641125% Massachusetts G-100 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA220 Northbridge Town,Massachusetts 0.2823159735% MA221 Northfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0153010544% MA222 Norton Town,Massachusetts 0.4563834066% MA223 Norwell Town,Massachusetts 0.2753854817% MA224 Norwood Town,Massachusetts 0.3412282413% MA225 Oak Bluffs Town,Massachusetts 0.0769116887% MA226 Oakham Town,Massachusetts 0.0026269230% MA227 Orange Town,Massachusetts 0.1376712816% MA228 Orleans Town,Massachusetts 0.0935051641% MA229 Otis Town,Massachusetts 0.0035269019% MA230 Oxford Town,Massachusetts 0.2336229019% MA231 Palmer Town City,Massachusetts 0.1621757259% MA232 Paxton Town,Massachusetts 0.0 1 1 5 1 00470% MA233 Peabody City,Massachusetts 0.7162928627% MA234 Pelham Town,Massachusetts 0.0235476246% MA235 Pembroke Town,Massachusetts 0.3388218249% MA236 Pepperell Town,Massachusetts 0.0102363113% MA237 Peru Town,Massachusetts 0.0011523603% MA238 Petersham Town,Massachusetts 0.0159775433% MA239 Phillipston Town,Massachusetts 0.0039835646% MA240 Pittsfield City,Massachusetts 1.1541979937% MA241 Plainfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0004986914% MA242 Plainville Town,Massachusetts 0.0738004154% MA243 Plymouth County,Massachusetts 0.0008974666% MA244 Plymouth Town,Massachusetts 1.0727134492% MA245 Plympton Town,Massachusetts 0.0311939123% MA246 Princeton Town,Massachusetts 0.0094015998% MA247 Provincetown,Massachusetts 0.0895015011% MA248 Quincy City,Massachusetts 1.0277365393% MA249 Randolph Town,Massachusetts 0.3517891103% MA250 Raynham Town,Massachusetts 0.0739771661% MA251 Reading Town,Massachusetts 0.2463903024% MA252 Rehoboth Town,Massachusetts 0.0342848256% MA253 Revere City,Massachusetts 0.5754964378% MA254 Richmond Town,Massachusetts 0.0346755405% MA255 Rochester Town,Massachusetts 0.0656757963% MA256 Rockland Town,Massachusetts 0.3048431858% MA257 Rockport Town,Massachusetts 0.1188536886% MA258 Rowe Town,Massachusetts 0.0242459391% MA259 Rowley Town,Massachusetts 0.0134543050% MA260 Royalston Town,Massachusetts 0.0020739031% MA261 Russell Town,Massachusetts 0.0012348998% MA262 Rutland Town,Massachusetts 0.0122272562% MA263 Salem City,Massachusetts 0.6254547137% MA264 Salisbury Town,Massachusetts 0.0319290215% MA265 Sandisfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0020719142% MA266 Sandwich Town,Massachusetts 0.4944903815% MA267 Saugus Town,Massachusetts 0.3330802265% MA268 Savoy Town,Massachusetts 0.0103246605% G-101 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA269 Scituate Town,Massachusetts 0.3938536371% MA270 Seekonk Town,Massachusetts 0.3325159013% MA271 Sharon Town,Massachusetts 0.3157804286% MA272 Sheffield Town,Massachusetts 0.0066580643% MA273 Shelburne Town,Massachusetts 0.0145706034% MA274 Sherborn Town,Massachusetts 0.0361347676% MA275 Shirley Town,Massachusetts 0.0049654026% MA276 Shrewsbury Town,Massachusetts 0.6471205738% MA277 Shutesbury Town,Massachusetts 0.0358178516% MA278 Somerset Town,Massachusetts 0.2943717652% MA279 Somerville City,Massachusetts 0.5538327759% MA280 South Hadley Town, 0.3289508962% Massachusetts MA281 Southampton Town, 0.0773861993% Massachusetts MA282 Southborough Town, 0.2173688486% Massachusetts MA283 Southbridge Town City, 0.2906114812% Massachusetts MA284 Southwick Town,Massachusetts 0.0165255910% MA285 Spencer Town,Massachusetts 0.0203153945% MA286 Springfield City,Massachusetts 3.4410224370% MA287 Sterling Town,Massachusetts 0.0196759620% MA288 Stockbridge Town,Massachusetts 0.0092305018% MA289 Stoneham Town,Massachusetts 0.1669780908% MA290 Stoughton Town,Massachusetts 0.3118943726% MA291 Stow Town,Massachusetts 0.0087733680% MA292 Sturbridge Town,Massachusetts 0.1235688557% MA293 Sudbury Town,Massachusetts 0.1950193814% MA294 Sunderland Town,Massachusetts 0.0394445127% MA295 Sutton Town,Massachusetts 0.1720631416% MA296 Swampscott Town,Massachusetts 0.2802270489% MA297 Swansea Town,Massachusetts 0.3127370397% MA298 Taunton City,Massachusetts 1.3156698571% MA299 Templeton Town,Massachusetts 0.0167725290% MA300 Tewksbury Town,Massachusetts 0.2526508477% MA301 Tisbury Town,Massachusetts 0.0665566713% MA302 Tolland Town,Massachusetts 0.0005593530% MA303 Topsfield Town,Massachusetts 0.0713350646% MA304 Townsend Town,Massachusetts 0.0093843801% MA305 Truro Town,Massachusetts 0.0604250384% MA306 Tyngsborough Town, 0.1162396935% Massachusetts MA307 Tyringham Town,Massachusetts 0.0012803829% MA308 Upton Town,Massachusetts 0.0211017442% MA309 Uxbridge Town,Massachusetts 0.2255606716% MA310 Wakefield Town,Massachusetts 0.2116065761% MA311 Wales Town,Massachusetts 0.0147604390% MA312 Walpole Town,Massachusetts 0.3194149930% G-102 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA313 Waltham City,Massachusetts 0.5322671985% MA314 Ware Town,Massachusetts 0.2035588439% MA315 Wareham Town,Massachusetts 0.3595394490% MA316 Warren Town,Massachusetts 0.0179304373% MA317 Warwick Town,Massachusetts 0.0065997057% MA318 Washington Town,Massachusetts 0.0004074112% MA319 Watertown Town City, 0.2540965713% Massachusetts MA320 Wayland Town,Massachusetts 0.2147389946% MA321 Webster Town,Massachusetts 0.2405963644% MA322 Wellesley Town,Massachusetts 0.4811483972% MA323 Wellfleet Town,Massachusetts 0.0667808417% MA324 Wendell Town,Massachusetts 0.0010508215% MA325 Wenham Town,Massachusetts 0.0112119209% MA326 West Boylston Town, 0.1222726663% Massachusetts MA327 West Bridgewater Town, 0.1467598909% Massachusetts MA328 West Brookfield Town, 0.0059191866% Massachusetts MA329 West Newbury Town, 0.0086981560% Massachusetts MA330 West Springfield Town City, 0.4627594653% Massachusetts MA331 West Stockbridge Town, 0.0028401544% Massachusetts MA332 West Tisbury Town, 0.0099183484% Massachusetts MA333 Westborough Town, 0.5070384269% Massachusetts MA334 Westfield City,Massachusetts 0.6538385669% MA335 Westford Town,Massachusetts 0.2939962811% MA336 Westhampton Town, 0.0199373981% Massachusetts MA337 Westminster Town,Massachusetts 0.0226744436% MA338 Weston Town,Massachusetts 0.2254658323% MA339 Westport Town,Massachusetts 0.2811335179% MA340 Westwood Town,Massachusetts 0.2903783084% MA341 Weymouth Town City, 0.5656639786% Massachusetts MA342 Whately Town,Massachusetts 0.0314223222% MA343 Whitman Town,Massachusetts 0.0448742719% MA344 Wilbraham Town,Massachusetts 0.0313150261% MA345 Williamsburg Town, 0.0343998679% Massachusetts MA346 Williamstown,Massachusetts 0.0783021941% MA347 Wilmington Town,Massachusetts 0.2467559990% MA348 Winchendon Town,Massachusetts 0.1830720373% MA349 Winchester Town,Massachusetts 0.2570095300% G-103 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MA350 Windsor Town,Massachusetts 0.0005238144% MA351 Winthrop Town City, 0.1505890537% Massachusetts MA352 Woburn City,Massachusetts 0.3503541163% MA353 Worcester City,Massachusetts 3.7929503518% MA354 Worthington Town,Massachusetts 0.0015069609% MA355 Wrentham Town,Massachusetts 0.0961794021% MA356 Yarmouth Town,Massachusetts 0.1308391883% G-104 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI1 Ada Township,Michigan 0.0042278554% MI2 Adrian City,Michigan 0.0328126789% MI3 Alcona County,Michigan 0.0934629817% MI4 Alger County,Michigan 0.0879525875% MI5 Algoma Township,Michigan 0.0016941585% MI6 Allegan County,Michigan 0.4460242903% MI7 Allen Park City,Michigan 0.0620457416% MI8 Allendale Charter Township, 0.0044901249% Michigan MI9 Alpena County,Michigan 0.3552566921% MI10 Alpine Charter Township, 0.0014679355% Michigan MI11 Ann Arbor City,Michigan 0.2674253148% MI12 Antrim County,Michigan 0.2666725680% MI13 Antwerp Township,Michigan 0.0007581775% MI14 Arenac County,Michigan 0.1805504304% MI15 Auburn Hills City,Michigan 0.0679438259% MI16 Bangor Charter Township, 0.0063071908% Michigan MI17 Baraga County,Michigan 0.0830045795% MI18 Barry County,Michigan 0.2499588316% MI19 Bath Charter Township,Michigan 0.0310575579% MI20 Battle Creek City,Michigan 0.1976545014% MI21 Bay City,Michigan 0.0662640083% MI22 Bay County,Michigan 1.1889740912% MI23 Bedford Township,Michigan 0.0238194433% MI24 Benton Charter Township, 0.0523760917% Michigan MI25 Benzie County,Michigan 0.1559708495% MI26 Berkley City,Michigan 0.0207220905% MI27 Berrien County,Michigan 1.4353008205% MI28 Beverly Hills Village,Michigan 0.0265585450% MI29 Big Rapids City,Michigan 0.0141485793% MI30 Birmingham City,Michigan 0.0595211261% MI278 Blackman Charter Township, 0.0000000000% Michigan MI31 Bloomfield Charter Township, 0.1382971973% Michigan MI32 Branch County,Michigan 0.3823019725% MI33 Brandon Charter Township, 0.0172309269% Michigan MI34 Brighton Township,Michigan 0.0005844508% MI35 Brownstown Charter Township, 0.0597655290% Michigan MI36 Burton City,Michigan 0.0191573337% MI37 Byron Township,Michigan 0.0082898139% MI38 Cadillac City,Michigan 0.0572782844% MI39 Caledonia Charter Township,Kent 0.0026644035% County,Michigan G-105 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI40 Calhoun County,Michigan 1.7844560932% MI41 Cannon Township,Michigan 0.0031972842% MI42 Canton Charter Township, 0.2635380816% Michigan MI43 Cascade Charter Township, 0.0117082940% Michigan MI44 Cass County,Michigan 0.4127454052% MI45 Charlevoix County,Michigan 0.2142857345% MI46 Cheboygan County,Michigan 0.3054122146% MI47 Chesterfield Charter Township, 0.1219762582% Michigan MI48 Chippewa County,Michigan 0.2775926422% MI49 Clare County,Michigan 0.2705014687% MI50 Clawson City,Michigan 0.0134773906% MI51 Clinton Charter Township, 0.6524315825% Michigan MI52 Clinton County,Michigan 0.5402667258% MI53 Coldwater City,Michigan 0.0074666730% MI54 Commerce Charter Township, 0.0192121087% Michigan MI55 Comstock Charter Township, 0.0081656838% Michigan MI56 Cooper Charter Township, 0.0009266020% Michigan MI57 Crawford County,Michigan 0.2886252314% MI58 Davison Township,Michigan 0.0085451532% MI59 Dearborn City,Michigan 0.2895118016% MI60 Dearborn Heights City,Michigan 0.1017944247% MI61 Delhi Charter Township,Michigan 0.0190090980% MI62 Delta Charter Township,Michigan 0.0391807240% MI63 Delta County,Michigan 0.2697501609% MI64 Detroit City,Michigan 7.3863527308% MI65 Dewitt Charter Township, 0.0355251274% Michigan MI66 Dickinson County,Michigan 0.2772928270% MI67 East Bay Township,Michigan 0.0014150822% MI68 East Grand Rapids City,Michigan 0.0200332982% MI69 East Lansing City,Michigan 0.1928772515% MI70 Eastpointe City,Michigan 0.1620457585% MI71 Eaton County,Michigan 1.0040379149% MI72 Egelston Township,Michigan 0.0057198661% MI73 Emmet County,Michigan 0.1751859110% MI74 Emmett Charter Township, 0.0078634499% Michigan MI75 Escanaba City,Michigan 0.0187485817% MI76 Farmington City,Michigan 0.0212789632% MI77 Farmington Hills City,Michigan 0.1595279696% MI78 Fenton Charter Township, 0.0017899625% Michigan G-106 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI79 Fenton City,Michigan 0.0463367531% MI80 Ferndale City,Michigan 0.0860957347% MI81 Flat Rock City,Michigan 0.0165965372% MI82 Flint Charter Township,Michigan 0.0247094958% MI83 Flint City,Michigan 2.8492826162% MI84 Flushing Charter Township, 0.0036163716% Michigan MI85 Fort Gratiot Charter Township, 0.0091219411% Michigan MI86 Fraser City,Michigan 0.0773787868% MI87 Frenchtown Charter Township, 0.0472286300% Michigan MI88 Fruitport Charter Township, 0.0124893804% Michigan MI89 Gaines Township,Kent County, 0.0086869609% Michigan MI90 Garden City,Michigan 0.0348032319% MI91 Garfield Charter Township, 0.0003928875% Michigan MI92 Genesee Charter Township, 0.0125078610% Michigan MI93 Genesee County,Michigan 2.1444091585% MI94 Genoa Township,Michigan 0.0000730563% MI95 Georgetown Charter Township, 0.0069588066% Michigan MI96 Gladwin County,Michigan 0.2077497604% MI97 Gogebic County,Michigan 0.0721438406% MI98 Grand Blanc Charter Township, 0.0202728576% Michigan MI99 Grand Haven Charter Township, 0.0108943696% Michigan MI100 Grand Haven City,Michigan 0.0335954698% MI101 Grand Rapids Charter Township, 0.0036296214% Michigan MI102 Grand Rapids City,Michigan 1.3440305744% MI103 Grand Traverse County,Michigan 0.9563577517% MI104 Grandville City,Michigan 0.0268602038% MI105 Gratiot County,Michigan 0.3525171058% MI106 Green Oak Township,Michigan 0.0310802595% MI107 Grosse Ile Township,Michigan 0.0206969233% MI108 Grosse Pointe Park City,Michigan 0.0273525288% MI109 Grosse Pointe Woods City, 0.0194917954% Michigan MI110 Hamburg Township,Michigan 0.0327814289% MI111 Hamtramck City,Michigan 0.1045696825% MI112 Harper Woods City,Michigan 0.0291877050% MI113 Harrison Charter Township, 0.1197690060% Michigan MI114 Hartland Township,Michigan 0.0002817888% G-107 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI115 Hazel Park City,Michigan 0.0425097355% MI116 Highland Charter Township, 0.0169953269% Michigan MI117 Highland Park City,Michigan 0.0226020911% MI118 Hillsdale County,Michigan 0.4179676993% MI119 Holland Charter Township, 0.0168424444% Michigan MI120 Holland City,Michigan 0.0955964916% MI121 Holly Township,Michigan 0.0023667091% MI122 Houghton County,Michigan 0.2492719347% MI123 Huron Charter Township, 0.0404726791% Michigan MI124 Huron County,Michigan 0.1691383539% MI125 Independence Charter Township, 0.0476500991% Michigan MI126 Ingham County,Michigan 2.3910799665% MI127 Inkster City,Michigan 0.0963789326% MI128 Ionia City,Michigan 0.0259372614% MI129 Ionia County,Michigan 0.5298085345% MI130 Iosco County,Michigan 0.3597971837% MI131 Iron County,Michigan 0.1234778574% MI132 Iron Mountain City,Michigan 0.0102890396% MI133 Isabella County,Michigan 0.6406627159% MI134 Jackson City,Michigan 0.1975960490% MI135 Jackson County,Michigan 0.6266962818% MI136 Kalamazoo Charter Township, 0.0300335110% Michigan MI137 Kalamazoo City,Michigan 0.2186435127% MI138 Kalamazoo County,Michigan 2.1433241424% MI139 Kalkaska County,Michigan 0.0950485976% MI140 Kent County,Michigan 3.0032910409% MI141 Kentwood City,Michigan 0.0821691991% MI142 Keweenaw County,Michigan 0.0039070602% MI143 Lake County,Michigan 0.0815750583% MI144 Lansing City,Michigan 0.6157258774% MI145 Lapeer County,Michigan 0.4570551035% MI146 Leelanau County,Michigan 0.1385869050% MI147 Lenawee County,Michigan 0.8823790089% MI148 Lenox Township,Michigan 0.0064611477% MI149 Leoni Township,Michigan 0.0052492697% MI150 Lincoln Charter Township, 0.0103038346% Michigan MI151 Lincoln Park City,Michigan 0.0917234908% MI152 Livingston County,Michigan 1.4441655813% MI153 Livonia City,Michigan 0.4479739512% MI154 Luce County,Michigan 0.0715137120% MI155 Lyon Charter Township,Michigan 0.0034804545% MI156 Mackinac County,Michigan 0.0525087280% MI157 Macomb County,Michigan 8.9600697690% G-108 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI158 Macomb Township,Michigan 0.0624612667% MI159 Madison Heights City,Michigan 0.0833167256% MI160 Manistee County,Michigan 0.3495467119% MI161 Marion Township,Livingston 0.0001148028% County,Michigan MI162 Marquette City,Michigan 0.0180973752% MI163 Marquette County,Michigan 0.6035272233% MI164 Mason County,Michigan 0.2785769407% MI165 Mecosta County,Michigan 0.1917457546% MI166 Melvindale City,Michigan 0.0300027854% MI167 Menominee County,Michigan 0.0912256468% MI168 Meridian Charter Township, 0.0408752583% Michigan MI169 Midland City,Michigan 0.1745254871% MI170 Midland County,Michigan 0.3108652798% MI171 Milford Charter Township, 0.0037106999% Michigan MI172 Missaukee County,Michigan 0.0578937210% MI173 Monitor Charter Township, 0.0025502597% Michigan MI174 Monroe Charter Township, 0.0069121111% Michigan MI175 Monroe City,Michigan 0.1213473624% MI176 Monroe County,Michigan 1.7767045087% MI177 Montcalm County,Michigan 0.6957831869% MI178 Montmorency County,Michigan 0.0985847841% MI179 Mount Clemens City,Michigan 0.0290390165% MI180 Mount Morris Charter Township, 0.0143743799% Michigan MI181 Mount Pleasant City,Michigan 0.0206549613% MI182 Mundy Charter Township, 0.0087055516% Michigan MI183 Muskegon Charter Township, 0.0208333463% Michigan MI184 Muskegon City,Michigan 0.1009248080% MI185 Muskegon County,Michigan 1.9100367830% MI186 Muskegon Heights City,Michigan 0.0288916451% MI187 New Baltimore City,Michigan 0.0277364435% MI188 Newaygo County,Michigan 0.5231811022% MI189 Niles City,Michigan 0.0336753397% MI190 Niles Township,Michigan 0.0124323128% MI191 Northville Charter Township, 0.0937410207% Michigan MI192 Norton Shores City,Michigan 0.0405173975% MI193 Novi City,Michigan 0.0846232347% MI194 Oak Park City,Michigan 0.0599120079% MI195 Oakland Charter Township, 0.0158387451% Michigan MI196 Oakland County,Michigan 6.0626269110% G-109 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI197 Oceana County,Michigan 0.2437641356% MI198 Oceola Township,Michigan 0.0002087325% MI199 Ogemaw County,Michigan 0.6231250992% MI200 Ontonagon County,Michigan 0.0564870701% MI201 Orion Charter Township, 0.0279774995% Michigan MI202 Osceola County,Michigan 0.2155121164% MI203 Oscoda County,Michigan 0.0566748663% MI204 Oshtemo Charter Township, 0.0071811704% Michigan MI205 Otsego County,Michigan 0.3179204956% MI206 Ottawa County,Michigan 0.8561297014% MI207 Owosso City,Michigan 0.0346613348% MI208 Oxford Charter Township, 0.0127384634% Michigan MI209 Park Township,Ottawa County, 0.0040071188% Michigan MI210 Pittsfield Charter Township, 0.0274648128% Michigan MI211 Plainfield Charter Township, 0.0085009554% Michigan MI212 Plymouth Charter Township, 0.0357383127% Michigan MI213 Pontiac City,Michigan 0.3248498872% MI214 Port Huron Charter Township, 0.0083327500% Michigan MI215 Port Huron City,Michigan 0.1504374166% MI216 Portage City,Michigan 0.0567022991% MI217 Presque Isle County,Michigan 0.1629846266% MI218 Redford Charter Township, 0.1223763279% Michigan MI219 Riverview City,Michigan 0.0278625766% MI220 Rochester City,Michigan 0.0230459632% MI221 Rochester Hills City,Michigan 0.0390185719% MI222 Romulus City,Michigan 0.1043054243% MI223 Roscommon County,Michigan 0.4301835283% MI224 Roseville City,Michigan 0.2467127304% MI225 Royal Oak City,Michigan 0.1498737243% MI226 Saginaw Charter Township, 0.0399524841% Michigan MI227 Saginaw City,Michigan 0.2486892685% MI228 Saginaw County,Michigan 1.8697499899% MI229 Sanilac County,Michigan 0.3884583961% MI230 Sault Ste.Marie City,Michigan 0.1102861372% MI231 Schoolcraft County,Michigan 0.0455825815% MI232 Scio Charter Township,Michigan 0.0029747576% MI233 Shelby Charter Township, 0.2924370238% Michigan MI234 Shiawassee County,Michigan 0.8126038392% G-110 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI235 South Lyon City,Michigan 0.0149498906% MI236 Southfield City,Michigan 0.2271237501% MI237 Southfield Township,Michigan 0.0000642545% MI238 Southgate City,Michigan 0.0512897499% MI239 Spring Lake Township,Michigan 0.0060017466% MI240 Springfield Charter Township, 0.0025808909% Michigan MI241 St Clair County,Michigan 2.2355263751% MI242 St Joseph County,Michigan 0.2462634133% MI243 St. Clair Shores City,Michigan 0.1962330188% MI244 Sterling Heights City,Michigan 1.0160154348% MI245 Sturgis City,Michigan 0.0345993898% MI246 Summit Township,Jackson 0.0084993840% County,Michigan MI247 Superior Charter Township, 0.0069991428% Michigan MI248 Taylor City,Michigan 0.2173451175% MI249 Texas Charter Township, 0.0030056684% Michigan MI250 Thomas Township,Michigan 0.0073384407% MI251 Traverse City,Michigan 0.0694748526% MI252 Trenton City,Michigan 0.0278175688% MI253 Troy City,Michigan 0.1362571155% MI254 Tuscola County,Michigan 0.4964108264% MI255 Tyrone Township,Livingston 0.0055627194% County,Michigan MI256 Union Charter Township, 0.0000295731% Michigan MI257 Van Buren Charter Township, 0.0769291242% Michigan MI258 Van Buren County,Michigan 0.4404295489% MI259 Vienna Charter Township, 0.0049907472% Genesee County,Michigan MI260 Walker City,Michigan 0.0333201255% MI261 Warren City,Michigan 1.2684334598% MI262 Washington Township,Macomb 0.0466960473% County,Michigan MI263 Washtenaw County,Michigan 2.6615283392% MI264 Waterford Charter Township, 0.1262119884% Michigan MI265 Wayne City,Michigan 0.0938477408% MI266 Wayne County,Michigan 11.4087490300% MI267 West Bloomfield Charter 0.1514104788% Township,Michigan MI268 Westland City,Michigan 0.3653115305% MI269 Wexford County,Michigan 0.3345380363% MI270 White Lake Charter Township, 0.0337978902% Michigan MI271 Wixom City,Michigan 0.0213271541% G-111 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MI272 Woodhaven City,Michigan 0.0330180645% MI273 Wyandotte City,Michigan 0.0563902282% MI274 Wyoming City,Michigan 0.1474722212% MI275 Ypsilanti Charter Township, 0.0334144094% Michigan MI276 Ypsilanti City,Michigan 0.0518771364% MI277 Zeeland Charter Township, 0.0035509487% Michigan G-112 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MN1 Aitkin County,Minnesota 0.5760578506% MN4 Andover City,Minnesota 0.1364919451% MN6 Anoka County,Minnesota 5.0386504681% MN7 Apple Valley City,Minnesota 0.2990817345% MN10 Becker County,Minnesota 0.6619330684% MN11 Beltrami County,Minnesota 0.7640787093% MN13 Benton County,Minnesota 0.6440948102% MN15 Big Stone County,Minnesota 0.1194868775% MN16 Blaine City,Minnesota 0.4249516913% MN17 Bloomington City,Minnesota 0.4900195550% MN18 Blue Earth County,Minnesota 0.6635420705% MN20 Brooklyn Center City,Minnesota 0.1413853902% MN21 Brooklyn Park City,Minnesota 0.2804136235% MN22 Brown County,Minnesota 0.3325325416% MN24 Burnsville City,Minnesota 0.5135361297% MN25 Carlton County,Minnesota 0.9839591749% MN26 Carver County,Minnesota 1.1452829660% MN27 Cass County,Minnesota 0.8895681513% MN31 Chippewa County,Minnesota 0.2092611794% MN32 Chisago County,Minnesota 0.9950193750% MN33 Clay County,Minnesota 0.9428475282% MN34 Clearwater County,Minnesota 0.1858592043% MN37 Cook County,Minnesota 0.1074594960% MN38 Coon Rapids City,Minnesota 0.5772642445% MN39 Cottage Grove City,Minnesota 0.2810994719% MN40 Cottonwood County,Minnesota 0.1739065270% MN41 Crow Wing County,Minnesota 1.1394859175% MN43 Dakota County,Minnesota 4.4207140603% MN44 Dodge County,Minnesota 0.2213963258% MN45 Douglas County,Minnesota 0.6021779472% MN46 Duluth City,Minnesota 1.1502115380% MN47 Eagan City,Minnesota 0.3657951576% MN49 Eden Prairie City,Minnesota 0.2552171573% MN50 Edina City,Minnesota 0.1973054822% MN54 Faribault County,Minnesota 0.2169409335% MN57 Fillmore County,Minnesota 0.2329591105% MN59 Freeborn County,Minnesota 0.3507169824% MN62 Goodhue County,Minnesota 0.5616542387% MN64 Grant County,Minnesota 0.0764556498% MN67 Hennepin County,Minnesota 19.0624622262% MN70 Houston County,Minnesota 0.3099019273% MN71 Hubbard County,Minnesota 0.4582368775% MN74 Inver Grove Heights City, 0.2193400520% Minnesota MN75 Isanti County,Minnesota 0.7712992708% MN76 Itasca County,Minnesota 1.1406408131% MN77 Jackson County,Minnesota 0.1408950444% MN78 Kanabec County,Minnesota 0.3078966750% MN79 Kandiyohi County,Minnesota 0.1581167542% G-113 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MN80 Kittson County,Minnesota 0.0812834506% MN81 Koochiching County,Minnesota 0.2612581866% MN82 Lac Qui Park County,Minnesota 0.0985665133% MN83 Lake County,Minnesota 0.1827750321% MN84 Lake of the Woods County, 0.1123105028% Minnesota MN85 Lakeville City,Minnesota 0.2822249627% MN86 Le Sueur County,Minnesota 0.3225703347% MN87 Lincoln County,Minnesota 0.1091919984% MN90 Lyon County,Minnesota 0.2935118186% MN91 Mahnomen County,Minnesota 0.1416417688% MN92 Mankato City,Minnesota 0.3698584321% MN93 Maple Grove City,Minnesota 0.1814019047% MN94 Maplewood City,Minnesota 0.1875101678% MN96 Marshall County,Minnesota 0.1296352091% MN97 Martin County,Minnesota 0.2543064014% MN98 McLeod County,Minnesota 0.1247104518% MN99 Meeker County,Minnesota 0.3744031515% MN101 Mille Lacs County,Minnesota 0.9301506696% MN102 Minneapolis City,Minnesota 4.8777618689% MN103 Minnetonka City,Minnesota 0.1967231071% MN105 Moorhead City,Minnesota 0.4337377038% MN106 Morrison County,Minnesota 0.7178981419% MN108 Mower County,Minnesota 0.5801769149% MN109 Murray County,Minnesota 0.1348775389% MN113 Nicollet County,Minnesota 0.1572381053% MN114 Nobles County,Minnesota 0.1562005112% MN115 Norman County,Minnesota 0.1087596675% MN118 North St. Paul City,Minnesota 0.0575844069% MN121 Olmsted County,Minnesota 1.9236715095% MN123 Otter Tail County,Minnesota 0.8336175419% MN125 Pennington County,Minnesota 0.3082576395% MN126 Pine County,Minnesota 0.5671222707% MN127 Pipestone County,Minnesota 0.1535154503% MN128 Plymouth City,Minnesota 0.1762541473% MN129 Polk County,Minnesota 0.8654291474% MN130 Pope County,Minnesota 0.1870129873% MN132 Proctor City,Minnesota 0.0214374128% MN134 Ramsey County,Minnesota 7.1081424150% MN135 Red Lake County,Minnesota 0.0532649128% MN137 Redwood County,Minnesota 0.2809842367% MN138 Renville County,Minnesota 0.2706888807% MN139 Rice County,Minnesota 0.2674764398% MN140 Richfield City,Minnesota 0.2534018444% MN142 Rochester City,Minnesota 0.7363082849% MN143 Rock County,Minnesota 0.2043437336% MN145 Roseau County,Minnesota 0.2517872793% MN147 Roseville City,Minnesota 0.1721905549% MN150 Savage City,Minnesota 0.1883576635% G-114 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MN151 Scott County,Minnesota 1.3274301646% MN152 Shakopee City,Minnesota 0.2879873611% MN153 Sherburne County,Minnesota 1.2543449472% MN155 Sibley County,Minnesota 0.2393480708% MN157 St Louis County,Minnesota 4.7407767170% MN158 St. Cloud City,Minnesota 0.7330089009% MN159 St.Louis Park City,Minnesota 0.1476314588% MN161 St.Paul City,Minnesota 3.7475206798% MN163 Stearns County,Minnesota 2.4158085321% MN164 Steele County,Minnesota 0.3969975263% MN165 Stevens County,Minnesota 0.1439474275% MN167 Swift County,Minnesota 0.1344167568% MN168 Todd County,Minnesota 0.4180909817% MN169 Traverse County,Minnesota 0.0903964134% MN172 Wabasha County,Minnesota 0.3103038997% MN174 Wadena County,Minnesota 0.2644094337% MN175 Waseca County,Minnesota 0.2857912156% MN176 Washington County,Minnesota 3.0852862513% MN177 Watonwan County,Minnesota 0.1475626356% MN181 Wilkin County,Minnesota 0.0937962507% MN184 Winona County,Minnesota 0.7755267356% MN185 Woodbury City,Minnesota 0.4677270172% MN187 Wright County,Minnesota 1.6985269385% MN188 Yellow Medicine County, 0.1742264836% Minnesota G-115 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MS1 Adams County,Mississippi 0.8956930256% MS2 Alcorn County,Mississippi 0.0576362452% MS3 Amite County,Mississippi 0.2746164929% MS4 Amory City,Mississippi 0.2116793450% MS5 Arcola Town,Mississippi 0.0010556367% MS6 Attala County,Mississippi 0.4297756502% MS7 Bay St. Louis City,Mississippi 0.0311287683% MS8 Benton County,Mississippi 0.1960984974% MS9 Biloxi City,Mississippi 0.6645430129% MS10 Bolivar County,Mississippi 0.5038616841% MS11 Brandon City,Mississippi 0.5570720591% MS12 Brookhaven City,Mississippi 0.4683584117% MS13 Byram City,Mississippi 0.0546025247% MS14 Caledonia Town,Mississippi 0.0029950314% MS15 Calhoun County,Mississippi 0.4153642017% MS16 Canton City,Mississippi 0.3608383968% MS17 Carroll County,Mississippi 0.2031873312% MS18 Charleston City,Mississippi 0.0470339459% MS 19 Chickasaw County,Mississippi 0.5109289507% MS21 Claiborne County,Mississippi 0.1646839236% MS22 Clarke County,Mississippi 0.5114179153% MS23 Clarksdale City,Mississippi 0.2773833408% MS24 Clay County,Mississippi 0.1860006383% MS25 Cleveland City,Mississippi 0.1374693414% MS26 Clinton City,Mississippi 0.3236377422% MS27 Coahoma County,Mississippi 0.4236538797% MS28 Columbia City,Mississippi 0.1695070569% MS29 Columbus City,Mississippi 0.7040334045% MS30 Copiah County,Mississippi 0.7218083365% MS31 Corinth City,Mississippi 1.5766265587% MS32 Covington County,Mississippi 0.6154970684% MS33 Desoto County,Mississippi 2.2451071357% MS34 Diamondhead City,Mississippi 0.0001700675% MS35 D'Iberville City,Mississippi 0.0448052883% MS36 Forrest County,Mississippi 3.0519047573% MS37 Franklin County,Mississippi 0.2573415560% MS38 Gautier City,Mississippi 0.1317718341% MS39 George County,Mississippi 1.0370803395% MS40 Greene County,Mississippi 0.2945486312% MS41 Greenville City,Mississippi 0.0840582768% MS42 Greenwood City,Mississippi 0.5924200813% MS43 Grenada City,Mississippi 0.0559331010% MS44 Grenada County,Mississippi 0.5257141196% MS45 Gulfport City,Mississippi 8.3397025495% MS46 Hancock County,Mississippi 2.4053819819% MS47 Harrison County,Mississippi 1.2833704733% MS48 Hattiesburg City,Mississippi 0.3234604308% MS49 Hernando City,Mississippi 0.4422243258% MS50 Hinds County,Mississippi 2.0886225058% G-116 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MS51 Holly Springs City,Mississippi 0.1628357363% MS52 Holmes County,Mississippi 0.3324473362% MS53 Horn Lake City,Mississippi 0.6520350689% MS54 Humphreys County,Mississippi 0.1373820850% MS55 Indianola City,Mississippi 0.0232047435% MS56 Issaquena County,Mississippi 0.0175702913% MS57 Itawamba County,Mississippi 1.0517575083% MS58 Iuka City,Mississippi 0.2854580062% MS59 Jackson City,Mississippi 2.6937777267% MS60 Jackson County,Mississippi 7.6559251195% MS61 Jasper County,Mississippi 0.3922495132% MS62 Jefferson County,Mississippi 0.0985248779% MS63 Jefferson Davis County, 0.3514408929% Mississippi MS64 Jones County,Mississippi 2.2234728410% MS65 Jonestown,Mississippi 0.0093341195% MS66 Kemper County,Mississippi 0.2223493091% MS67 Kosciusko City,Mississippi 0.0408594923% MS68 Lafayette County,Mississippi 0.7049370835% MS69 Lamar County,Mississippi 1.3105353358% MS70 Lauderdale County,Mississippi 1.4707252306% MS71 Laurel City,Mississippi 0.1485722943% MS72 Lawrence County,Mississippi 0.3428558606% MS73 Leake County,Mississippi 0.5798006796% MS74 Leakesville Town,Mississippi 0.0098357610% MS75 Lee County,Mississippi 1.4759031513% MS76 Leflore County,Mississippi 0.1018315625% MS77 Lincoln County,Mississippi 0.5740717271% MS78 Long Beach City,Mississippi 0.1390600402% MS79 Lowndes County,Mississippi 0.9390202250% MS80 Lumberton City,Mississippi 0.0397836057% MS81 Madison City,Mississippi 0.5726048335% MS82 Madison County,Mississippi 1.0788558585% MS83 Marion County,Mississippi 1.6274197695% MS84 Marshall County,Mississippi 0.6280998419% MS85 McComb City,Mississippi 1.1131798538% MS86 McLain Town,Mississippi 0.0044584678% MS87 Meridian City,Mississippi 1.1164172272% MS88 Monroe County,Mississippi 0.8130759595% MS90 Morton City,Mississippi 0.0606772097% MS91 Moss Point City,Mississippi 0.0032841297% MS92 Mound Bayou City,Mississippi 0.0140956794% MS93 Natchez City,Mississippi 0.1092519702% MS94 Neshoba County,Mississippi 1.0186206925% MS95 Nettleton City,Mississippi 0.0307845175% MS96 New Albany City,Mississippi 0.2729319523% MS97 Newton County,Mississippi 0.5457847155% MS98 Noxubee County,Mississippi 0.1848315685% MS99 Ocean Springs City,Mississippi 0.1196690556% G-117 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MS100 Oktibbeha County,Mississippi 0.7876142411% MS101 Olive Branch City,Mississippi 1.0910656493% MS102 Oxford City,Mississippi 0.6004720270% MS103 Panola County,Mississippi 1.1256622795% MS104 Pascagoula City,Mississippi 0.2495759096% MS105 Pearl City,Mississippi 1.1956946818% MS 106 Pearl River County,Mississippi 3.0542096408% MS107 Perry County,Mississippi 0.3691053552% MS108 Petal City,Mississippi 0.0271880761% MS 109 Philadelphia City,Mississippi 0.1154094664% MS110 Picayune City,Mississippi 0.5891117503% MS111 Pike County,Mississippi 0.1094837756% MS112 Pontotoc County,Mississippi 1.1485245831% MS113 Prentiss County,Mississippi 0.7977710394% MS114 Quitman City,Mississippi 0.0879535299% MS115 Quitman County,Mississippi 0.2137706975% MS 116 Rankin County,Mississippi 3.4671179892% MS117 Ridgeland City,Mississippi 0.7137364699% MS 118 Scott County,Mississippi 0.6318707959% MS119 Shannon Town,Mississippi 0.0293681665% MS 121 Shubuta Town,Mississippi 0.0061495937% MS 122 Simpson County,Mississippi 0.9197186369% MS123 Smith County,Mississippi 0.3871907879% MS124 Southaven City,Mississippi 1.5563837550% MS 125 Starkville City,Mississippi 0.1006690780% MS126 Stone County,Mississippi 0.5647624674% MS127 Summit Town,Mississippi 0.0051138779% MS128 Sunflower County,Mississippi 0.4655797100% MS129 Tallahatchie County,Mississippi 0.2608094178% MS130 Tate County,Mississippi 1.1559202957% MS131 Tippah County,Mississippi 0.6673123304% MS132 Tishomingo County,Mississippi 1.3186009463% MS133 Tunica County,Mississippi 0.1788884264% MS134 Tupelo City,Mississippi 1.4776375761% MS135 Union County,Mississippi 0.4956551465% MS136 Verona City,Mississippi 0.0613981442% MS137 Vicksburg City,Mississippi 0.7338152977% MS138 Walthall County,Mississippi 0.4949654924% MS139 Warren County,Mississippi 0.5605232929% MS 140 Washington County,Mississippi 0.9202227479% MS141 Wayne County,Mississippi 0.9416871398% MS 142 Waynesboro City,Mississippi 0.0134634829% MS143 Webb Town,Mississippi 0.0120400527% MS145 West Point City,Mississippi 0.2116459242% MS 146 Wiggins City,Mississippi 0.1726599728% MS148 Winston County,Mississippi 0.5339853585% MS149 Yalobusha County,Mississippi 0.2986570860% MS150 Yazoo City,Mississippi 0.2540246640% MS151 Yazoo County,Mississippi 0.4224067732% G-118 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MO1 Adair County,Missouri M02 Andrew County,Missouri M03 Arnold City,Missouri M04 Atchison County,Missouri M05 Audrain County,Missouri M06 Ballwin City,Missouri M07 Barry County,Missouri M08 Barton County,Missouri M09 Bates County,Missouri MO10 Bellefontaine Neighbors City, Missouri MO11 Belton City,Missouri M012 Benton County,Missouri M013 Blue Springs City,Missouri M014 Bolivar City,Missouri M015 Bollinger County,Missouri M016 Boone County,Missouri M017 Branson City,Missouri Allocations in Missouri M018 Bridgeton City,Missouri will be made in MO19 Buchanan County,Missouri accordance with the M020 Butler County,Missouri Memorandum of M021 Caldwell County,Missouri Understanding Between M022 Callaway County,Missouri the State of Missouri and M023 Camden County,Missouri its Political Subdivisions M024 Cape Girardeau City,Missouri on Proceeds Relating to M025 Cape Girardeau County,Missouri the Settlement of Opioid M026 Carroll County,Missouri Litigation and with the M027 Carter County,Missouri ancillary Memorandum M028 Carthage City,Missouri of Understanding M029 Cass County,Missouri Between the Litigating M030 Cedar County,Missouri Subdivisions of the State M031 Chariton County,Missouri of Missouri. M032 Chesterfield City,Missouri M033 Christian County,Missouri M034 Clark County,Missouri M035 Clay County,Missouri M036 Clayton City,Missouri M037 Clinton County,Missouri M038 Cole County,Missouri M039 Columbia City,Missouri M040 Cooper County,Missouri M041 Crawford County,Missouri M042 Crestwood City,Missouri M043 Creve Coeur City,Missouri M044 Dade County,Missouri M045 Dallas County,Missouri M046 Dardenne Prairie City,Missouri M047 Daviess County,Missouri M048 De Kalb County,Missouri G-119 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation M049 Dent County,Missouri M050 Douglas County,Missouri M051 Dunklin County,Missouri M052 Eureka City,Missouri M053 Excelsior Springs City,Missouri M054 Farmington City,Missouri M055 Ferguson City,Missouri M056 Festus City,Missouri M057 Florissant City,Missouri M058 Franklin County,Missouri M059 Fulton City,Missouri M060 Gasconade County,Missouri M061 Gentry County,Missouri M062 Gladstone City,Missouri M063 Grain Valley City,Missouri M064 Grandview City,Missouri M065 Greene County,Missouri M066 Grundy County,Missouri Allocations in Missouri M067 Hannibal City,Missouri will be made in M068 Harrison County,Missouri accordance with the M069 Harrisonville City,Missouri Memorandum of M070 Hazelwood City,Missouri Understanding Between M071 Henry County,Missouri the State of Missouri and M072 Hickory County,Missouri its Political Subdivisions M073 Holt County,Missouri on Proceeds Relating to M074 Howard County,Missouri the Settlement of Opioid M075 Howell County,Missouri Litigation and with the M076 Independence City,Missouri ancillary Memorandum M077 Iron County,Missouri of Understanding M078 Jackson City,Missouri Between the Litigating M079 Jackson County,Missouri Subdivisions of the State M080 Jasper County,Missouri of Missouri. M081 Jefferson City,Missouri M082 Jefferson County,Missouri M083 Jennings City,Missouri M084 Johnson County,Missouri M085 Joplin City,Missouri M086 Kansas City,Missouri M087 Kearney City,Missouri M088 Kennett City,Missouri M089 Kirksville City,Missouri M090 Kirkwood City,Missouri M091 Knox County,Missouri M092 Laclede County,Missouri M093 Lafayette County,Missouri M094 Lake St.Louis City,Missouri M095 Lawrence County,Missouri M096 Lebanon City,Missouri M097 Lee's Summit City,Missouri G-120 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation M098 Lewis County,Missouri M099 Liberty City,Missouri MO100 Lincoln County,Missouri MO101 Linn County,Missouri MO102 Livingston County,Missouri MO103 Macon County,Missouri MO104 Madison County,Missouri MO105 Manchester City,Missouri M0106 Maries County,Missouri MO107 Marion County,Missouri MO108 Marshall City,Missouri MO109 Maryland Heights City,Missouri MO110 Maryville City,Missouri MO111 McDonald County,Missouri MO112 Mercer County,Missouri MO113 Mexico City,Missouri MO114 Miller County,Missouri MO115 Mississippi County,Missouri Allocations in Missouri MO116 Moberly City,Missouri will be made in MO117 Moniteau County,Missouri accordance with the MO118 Monroe County,Missouri Memorandum of MO119 Montgomery County,Missouri Understanding Between M0120 Morgan County,Missouri the State of Missouri and M0121 Neosho City,Missouri its Political Subdivisions MO122 New Madrid County,Missouri on Proceeds Relating to MO123 Newton County,Missouri the Settlement of Opioid MO124 Nixa City,Missouri Litigation and with the MO125 Nodaway County,Missouri ancillary Memorandum M0126 O'Fallon City,Missouri of Understanding MO127 Oregon County,Missouri Between the Litigating MO128 Osage County,Missouri Subdivisions of the State MO129 Overland City,Missouri of Missouri. MO130 Ozark City,Missouri M0131 Ozark County,Missouri M0132 Pemiscot County,Missouri M0133 Perry County,Missouri M0134 Pettis County,Missouri M0135 Phelps County,Missouri M0136 Pike County,Missouri MO137 Platte County,Missouri M0138 Polk County,Missouri MO139 Poplar Bluff City,Missouri MO140 Pulaski County,Missouri M0141 Putnam County,Missouri MO142 Ralls County,Missouri MO143 Randolph County,Missouri MO144 Ray County,Missouri MO145 Raymore City,Missouri MO146 Raytown City,Missouri G-121 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MO147 Republic City,Missouri MO148 Reynolds County,Missouri MO149 Ripley County,Missouri MO150 Rolla City,Missouri M0151 Saline County,Missouri MO152 Schuyler County,Missouri MO153 Scotland County,Missouri M0154 Scott County,Missouri MO155 Sedalia City,Missouri MO156 Shannon County,Missouri MO157 Shelby County,Missouri MO158 Sikeston City,Missouri MO159 Smithville City,Missouri MO160 Springfield City,Missouri MO161 St Charles County,Missouri MO162 St Clair County,Missouri MO163 St Francois County,Missouri MO164 St Louis County,Missouri Allocations in Missouri MO165 St.Ann City,Missouri will be made in MO166 St. Charles City,Missouri accordance with the MO167 St.Joseph City,Missouri Memorandum of MO168 St.Louis City,Missouri Understanding Between MO169 St.Peters City,Missouri the State of Missouri and MO170 Ste Genevieve County,Missouri its Political Subdivisions M0171 Stoddard County,Missouri on Proceeds Relating to MO172 Stone County,Missouri the Settlement of Opioid MO173 Sullivan County,Missouri Litigation and with the MO174 Taney County,Missouri ancillary Memorandum M0175 Texas County,Missouri of Understanding MO176 Town and Country City,Missouri Between the Litigating MO177 Troy City,Missouri Subdivisions of the State M0178 Union City,Missouri of Missouri. MO179 University City,Missouri M0180 Vernon County,Missouri M0181 Warren County,Missouri M0182 Warrensburg City,Missouri M0183 Washington City,Missouri M0184 Washington County,Missouri M0185 Wayne County,Missouri M0186 Webb City,Missouri M0187 Webster County,Missouri MO188 Webster Groves City,Missouri MO189 Wentzville City,Missouri MO190 West Plains City,Missouri M0191 Wildwood City,Missouri MO192 Worth County,Missouri M0193 Wright County,Missouri MO194 Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District,Missouri G-122 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MO195 Kinloch Fire Protection District, Allocations in Missouri Missouri will be made in MO196 Citizens Memorial Hospital accordance with the District D/B/A Citizens Memorial Memorandum of Hospital,Missouri Understanding Between the State of Missouri and its Political Subdivisions on Proceeds Relating to the Settlement of Opioid Litigation and with the ancillary Memorandum of Understanding Between the Litigating Subdivisions of the State of Missouri. G-123 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MT1 Anaconda-Deer Lodge County, 1.4480190514% Montana MT2 Beaverhead County,Montana 0.6841480225% MT3 Big Horn County,Montana 0.8504903609% MT4 Billings City,Montana 9.1331142413% MT5 Blaine County,Montana 0.3691094337% MT6 Bozeman City,Montana 2.0161886507% MT7 Broadwater County,Montana 0.4143251264% MT8 Butte-Silver Bow,Montana 5.6101260434% MT9 Carbon County,Montana 0.7105360522% MT10 Carter County,Montana 0.0374679104% MT11 Cascade County,Montana 3.8993050480% MT12 Chouteau County,Montana 0.4053063424% MT13 Custer County,Montana 1.5139056450% MT14 Daniels County,Montana 0.1787602908% MT15 Dawson County,Montana 0.7800682133% MT16 Fallon County,Montana 0.1543582011% MT17 Fergus County,Montana 0.8667027669% MT18 Flathead County,Montana 8.0141785369% MT19 Gallatin County,Montana 4.0205572717% MT20 Garfield County,Montana 0.0398838599% MT21 Glacier County,Montana 1.5230709367% MT22 Golden Valley County,Montana 0.0264303648% MT23 Granite County,Montana 0.1831398237% MT24 Great Falls City,Montana 4.3577779784% MT25 Helena City,Montana 1.7360655042% MT26 Hill County,Montana 1.8438532922% MT27 Jefferson County,Montana 0.7770843087% MT28 Judith Basin County,Montana 0.0614804228% MT29 Kalispell City,Montana 2.4735432710% MT30 Lake County,Montana 3.6175099064% MT31 Lewis and Clark County,Montana 4.9326712334% MT32 Liberty County,Montana 0.1210395973% MT33 Lincoln County,Montana 2.1915597624% MT34 Madison County,Montana 0.5498047673% MT35 McCone County,Montana 0.0823035394% MT36 Meagher County,Montana 0.0912086373% MT37 Mineral County,Montana 0.7546909914% MT38 Missoula City,Montana 4.4312558575% MT39 Missoula County,Montana 8.0272833629% MT40 Musselshell County,Montana 0.3895510594% MT41 Park County,Montana 2.0831835653% MT42 Petroleum County,Montana 0.0144742922% MT43 Phillips County,Montana 0.2085622347% MT44 Pondera County,Montana 0.4003873948% MT45 Powder River County,Montana 0.1504386452% MT46 Powell County,Montana 0.8872723490% MT47 Prairie County,Montana 0.0572069653% MT48 Ravalli County,Montana 3.6906819270% G-124 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation MT49 Richland County,Montana 0.7541525281% MT50 Roosevelt County,Montana 0.8182976782% MT51 Rosebud County,Montana 0.5641981949% MT52 Sanders County,Montana 1.0679134558% MT53 Sheridan County,Montana 0.2700355225% MT54 Stillwater County,Montana 0.5055604014% MT55 Sweet Grass County,Montana 0.2836540766% MT56 Teton County,Montana 0.5735903832% MT57 Toole County,Montana 0.3258040487% MT58 Treasure County,Montana 0.0226554138% MT59 Valley County,Montana 0.5598291268% MT60 Wheatland County,Montana 0.0720998508% MT61 Wibaux County,Montana 0.0630373047% MT62 Yellowstone County,Montana 7.3090889550% G-125 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NE1 Adams County,Nebraska 0.7130410264% NE2 Antelope County,Nebraska 0.2406339800% NE3 Arthur County,Nebraska 0.0110831278% NE4 Banner County,Nebraska 0.0183674606% NE5 Beatrice City,Nebraska 0.9248205382% NE6 Bellevue City,Nebraska 2.4787880023% NE7 Blaine County,Nebraska 0.0123640997% NE8 Boone County,Nebraska 0.2533407507% NE9 Box Butte County,Nebraska 0.7492533620% NE10 Boyd County,Nebraska 0.0902847433% NEll Brown County,Nebraska 0.1375135354% NE12 Buffalo County,Nebraska 0.9630320332% NE13 Burt County,Nebraska 0.3365661770% NE14 Butler County,Nebraska 0.2899805672% NE15 Cass County,Nebraska 1.2356339344% NE16 Cedar County,Nebraska 0.3502588009% NE17 Chase County,Nebraska 0.1707898814% NE18 Cherry County,Nebraska 0.3082161558% NE19 Cheyenne County,Nebraska 0.7408263023% NE20 Clay County,Nebraska 0.1772971991% NE21 Colfax County,Nebraska 0.2670475913% NE22 Columbus City,Nebraska 0.7291294061% NE23 Cuming County,Nebraska 0.4019883978% NE24 Custer County,Nebraska 0.4848137961% NE25 Dakota County,Nebraska 0.3940917673% NE26 Dawes County,Nebraska 0.6577293164% NE27 Dawson County,Nebraska 0.7540316373% NE28 Deuel County,Nebraska 0.1500055852% NE29 Dixon County,Nebraska 0.2144571499% NE30 Dodge County,Nebraska 1.8317996330% NE31 Douglas County,Nebraska 14.9119111455% NE32 Dundy County,Nebraska 0.1513630330% NE33 Fillmore County,Nebraska 0.3541443667% NE34 Franklin County,Nebraska 0.1630162987% NE35 Fremont City,Nebraska 0.1476946393% NE36 Frontier County,Nebraska 0.0732649260% NE37 Furnas County,Nebraska 0.2315426581% NE38 Gage County,Nebraska 0.5390651380% NE39 Garden County,Nebraska 0.1132118364% NE40 Garfield County,Nebraska 0.1104479177% NE41 Gosper County,Nebraska 0.0528581072% NE42 Grand Island City,Nebraska 1.5052861196% NE43 Grant County,Nebraska 0.0167075406% NE44 Greeley County,Nebraska 0.1006996872% NE45 Hall County,Nebraska 1.3023214397% NE46 Hamilton County,Nebraska 0.3285553228% NE47 Harlan County,Nebraska 0.1831157431% NE48 Hastings City,Nebraska 0.7738158635% NE49 Hayes County,Nebraska 0.0464208924% G-126 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NE50 Hitchcock County,Nebraska 0.1428727336% NE51 Holt County,Nebraska 0.4319086269% NE52 Hooker County,Nebraska 0.0195391111% NE53 Howard County,Nebraska 0.3117590505% NE54 Jefferson County,Nebraska 0.4621587809% NE55 Johnson County,Nebraska 0.3674281385% NE56 Kearney City,Nebraska 1.3128662946% NE57 Kearney County,Nebraska 0.3284087439% NE58 Keith County,Nebraska 0.5586120928% NE59 Keya Paha County,Nebraska 0.0207700795% NE60 Kimball County,Nebraska 0.2074517582% NE61 Knox County,Nebraska 0.4262180329% NE62 La Vista City,Nebraska 0.6948539706% NE63 Lancaster County,Nebraska 7.9530599340% NE64 Lexington City,Nebraska 0.2672235840% NE65 Lincoln City,Nebraska 8.9584993437% NE66 Lincoln County,Nebraska 0.7588461895% NE67 Logan County,Nebraska 0.0192253637% NE68 Loup County,Nebraska 0.0163070224% NE69 Madison County,Nebraska 1.0198085515% NE70 McPherson County,Nebraska 0.0133651501% NE71 Merrick County,Nebraska 0.5571149293% NE72 Morrill County,Nebraska 0.2640807173% NE73 Nance County,Nebraska 0.1820220392% NE74 Nemaha County,Nebraska 0.5862140225% NE75 Norfolk City,Nebraska 0.6855964607% NE76 North Platte City,Nebraska 1.2668714124% NE77 Nuckolls County,Nebraska 0.2606241030% NE78 Omaha City,Nebraska 16.7836032733% NE79 Otoe County,Nebraska 0.8114537890% NE80 Papillion City,Nebraska 1.1943452635% NE81 Pawnee County,Nebraska 0.2449303588% NE82 Perkins County,Nebraska 0.0938742100% NE83 Phelps County,Nebraska 0.4453164270% NE84 Pierce County,Nebraska 0.2791606931% NE85 Platte County,Nebraska 0.5054632790% NE86 Polk County,Nebraska 0.2126035890% NE87 Red Willow County,Nebraska 0.6782282985% NE88 Richardson County,Nebraska 0.6780640713% NE89 Rock County,Nebraska 0.0420632348% NE90 Saline County,Nebraska 0.6431415318% NE91 Sarpy County,Nebraska 4.1205096407% NE92 Saunders County,Nebraska 0.9147340487% NE93 Scotts Bluff County,Nebraska 1.8428925654% NE94 Scottsbluff City,Nebraska 0.5159537183% NE95 Seward County,Nebraska 0.7637450614% NE96 Sheridan County,Nebraska 0.1814092513% NE97 Sherman County,Nebraska 0.1198260243% NE98 Sioux County,Nebraska 0.0355730752% G-127 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NE99 South Sioux City,Nebraska 0.4431368628% NE100 Stanton County,Nebraska 0.2162062918% NE101 Thayer County,Nebraska 0.2059575361% NE102 Thomas County,Nebraska 0.0173570958% NE103 Thurston County,Nebraska 0.2564159657% NE104 Valley County,Nebraska 0.3103957199% NE105 Washington County,Nebraska 0.7878555706% NE106 Wayne County,Nebraska 0.3510034608% NE107 Webster County,Nebraska 0.1652355715% NE108 Wheeler County,Nebraska 0.0210156849% NE109 York County,Nebraska 0.8321939645% NE110 Region 1 Behavioral Health 0.0000000000% Authority,Nebraska NE111 Region II Human Services, 0.0000000000% Nebraska NE112 Region 3 Behavioral Health 0.0000000000% Services,Nebraska NE113 Region 4 Behavioral Health 0.0000000000% System,Nebraska NE114 Region V Systems,Nebraska 0.0000000000% NE115 Region 6 Behavioral Healthcare, 0.0000000000% Nebraska G-128 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NV1 Boulder City,Nevada 0.1478660452% NV2 Carson City,Nevada 1.8146007537% NV3 Churchill County,Nevada 0.7013051988% NV4 Clark County,Nevada 66.9248026834% NV5 Douglas County,Nevada 1.6601462472% NV7 Elko County,Nevada 1.0825745225% NV8 Ely City,Nevada 0.0066172807% NV9 Esmeralda County,Nevada 0.0497291448% NV10 Eureka County,Nevada 0.1033573623% NV11 Fernley City,Nevada 0.0144506991% NV12 Henderson City,Nevada 2.3020643974% NV13 Humboldt County,Nevada 1.0192724731% NV14 Lander County,Nevada 0.3627438791% NV15 Las Vegas City,Nevada 4.7206970773% NV16 Lincoln County,Nevada 0.2373284219% NV17 Lyon County,Nevada 1.5721396872% NV18 Mesquite City,Nevada 0.1465069544% NV19 Mineral County,Nevada 0.5992930253% NV20 North Las Vegas City,Nevada 2.4258866892% NV21 Nye County,Nevada 1.6016841576% NV22 Pershing County,Nevada 0.3624498791% NV23 Reno City,Nevada 1.3562863383% NV24 Sparks City,Nevada 0.4253229218% NV25 Storey County,Nevada 0.1263908620% NV26 Washoe County,Nevada 9.1139488828% NV27 West Wendover City,Nevada 0.0564015794% NV28 White Pine County,Nevada 1.0458576594% NV29 Central Lyon Fire Protection 0.0150922618% District,Nevada NV30 North Lyon Fire Protection 0.0051829150% District,Nevada G-129 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NH3 Belknap County,New Hampshire 2.868905% NH4 Belmont Town,New Hampshire 0.530951% NH5 Berlin City,New Hampshire 0.684196% NH6 Carroll County,New Hampshire 3.637455% NH7 Cheshire County,New Hampshire 3.877305% NH8 Claremont City,New Hampshire 0.940017% NH9 Concord City,New Hampshire 3.191730% NH11 Coos County,New Hampshire 1.585665% NH12 Deny Town,New Hampshire 2.491200% NH13 Dover City,New Hampshire 2.376792% NH16 Franklin City,New Hampshire 0.634542% NH18 Grafton County,New Hampshire 6.614598% NH21 Hillsborough County,New 15.676694% Hampshire NH24 Keene City,New Hampshire 1.673068% NH25 Laconia City,New Hampshire 1.224729% NH27 Londonderry Town,New 1.874806% Hampshire NH28 Manchester City,New Hampshire 8.396484% NH29 Merrimack County,New 7.339228% Hampshire NH32 Nashua City,New Hampshire 6.629407% NH36 Rochester City,New Hampshire 2.358716% NH37 Rockingham County,New 18.441209% Hampshire NH40 Strafford County,New Hampshire 4.766215% NH41 Sullivan County,New Hampshire 2.186088% G-130 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ1 Aberdeen Township,New Jersey 0.0797396894% NJ2 Asbury Park City,New Jersey 0.3916349671% NJ3 Atlantic City,New Jersey 1.2847690915% NJ4 Atlantic County,New Jersey 2.8915764045% NJ5 Bamegat Township,New Jersey 0.1626638814% NJ6 Bayonne City,New Jersey 0.8502340058% NJ7 Beachwood Borough,New Jersey 0.0492329228% NJ8 Belleville Township,New Jersey 0.0872090223% NJ9 Bellmawr Borough,New Jersey 0.0640989992% NJ10 Bergen County,New Jersey 4.9446361090% NJ11 Bergenfield Borough,New Jersey 0.0618076073% NJ12 Berkeley Heights Township,New 0.0272673062% Jersey NJ13 Berkeley Township,New Jersey 0.2619731788% NJ14 Bemards Township,New Jersey 0.0910577073% NJ15 Bloomfield Township,New Jersey 0.1173874959% NJ16 Bordentown Township,New 0.0545891482% Jersey NJ17 Bound Brook Borough,New 0.0527105023% Jersey NJ18 Branchburg Township,New 0.0561024563% Jersey NJ19 Brick Township,New Jersey 0.5908193174% NJ20 Bridgeton City,New Jersey 0.2079614154% NJ21 Bridgewater Township,New 0.1828057629% Jersey NJ22 Burlington County,New Jersey 4.4940916659% NJ23 Burlington Township,New Jersey 0.1157900630% NJ24 Camden City,New Jersey 1.6603828843% NJ25 Camden County,New Jersey 6.8741218172% NJ26 Cape May County,New Jersey 1.2842777540% NJ27 Carteret Borough,New Jersey 0.1794847100% NJ28 Cedar Grove Township,New 0.0187911021% Jersey NJ29 Chatham Township,New Jersey 0.0498541051% NJ30 Cherry Hill Township,New Jersey 0.3440044947% NJ31 Cinnaminson Township,New 0.0701648926% Jersey NJ32 Clark Township,New Jersey 0.0429898704% NJ33 Cliffside Park Borough,New 0.1142449150% Jersey NJ34 Clifton City,New Jersey 0.3535258812% NJ35 Clinton Town,New Jersey 0.0294193343% NJ36 Clinton Township,New Jersey 0.0799778554% NJ37 Collingswood Borough,New 0.1128930571% Jersey NJ38 Cranford Township,New Jersey 0.0684441330% NJ39 Cumberland County,New Jersey 0.9862828059% NJ40 Delran Township,New Jersey 0.0837486054% G-131 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ41 Denville Township,New Jersey 0.0795654377% NJ42 Deptford Township,New Jersey 0.2200095463% NJ43 Dover Town,New Jersey 0.1186530251% NJ44 Dumont Borough,New Jersey 0.0403826120% NJ45 East Brunswick Township,New 0.0972927881% Jersey NJ46 East Greenwich Township,New 0.0212104162% Jersey NJ47 East Hanover Township,New 0.0890156417% Jersey NJ48 East Orange City,New Jersey 1.2844844553% NJ49 East Windsor Township,New 0.0422463462% Jersey NJ50 Eatontown Borough,New Jersey 0.0974794194% NJ51 Edgewater Borough,New Jersey 0.0546948904% NJ52 Edison Township,New Jersey 2.4018132631% NJ53 Egg Harbor Township,New Jersey 0.1572891336% NJ54 Elizabeth City,New Jersey 0.7646308101% NJ55 Elmwood Park Borough,New 0.0462435391% Jersey NJ56 Englewood City,New Jersey 0.6429812736% NJ57 Essex County,New Jersey 1.4898498664% NJ58 Evesham Township,New Jersey 0.1745115947% NJ59 Ewing Township,New Jersey 0.0839796907% NJ60 Fair Lawn Borough,New Jersey 0.0699332916% NJ61 Fairview Borough,New Jersey 0.0347025484% NJ62 Florence Township,New Jersey 0.0676007282% NJ63 Florham Park Borough,New 0.0674975182% Jersey NJ64 Fort Lee Borough,New Jersey 0.1848366682% NJ65 Franklin Lakes Borough,New 0.0273076336% Jersey NJ66 Franklin Township,Gloucester 0.0870963870% County,New Jersey NJ67 Franklin Township, Somerset 0.3236022203% County,New Jersey NJ68 Freehold Borough,New Jersey 0.0816675723% NJ69 Freehold Township,New Jersey 0.1512818556% NJ70 Galloway Township,New Jersey 0.0846515634% NJ71 Garfield City,New Jersey 0.0989196224% NJ72 Glassboro Borough,New Jersey 0.1948186777% NJ73 Glen Rock Borough,New Jersey 0.0253178060% NJ74 Gloucester City,New Jersey 0.1325275640% NJ75 Gloucester County,New Jersey 4.7022029491% NJ76 Gloucester Township,New Jersey 0.3259502581% NJ77 Guttenberg Town,New Jersey 0.0382186733% NJ78 Hackensack City,New Jersey 0.2554139785% NJ79 Haddon Township,New Jersey 0.0831057121% NJ80 Haddonfield Borough,New Jersey 0.0710479214% G-132 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ81 Hamilton Township,Atlantic 0.0939608561% County,New Jersey NJ82 Hamilton Township,Mercer 0.1394262176% County,New Jersey NJ83 Hammonton Town,New Jersey 0.0463451547% NJ84 Hanover Township,New Jersey 0.0711651990% NJ85 Harrison Town,New Jersey 0.2059190684% NJ86 Harrison Township,New Jersey 0.0478487561% NJ87 Hasbrouck Heights Borough,New 0.0360845581% Jersey NJ88 Hawthorne Borough,New Jersey 0.0380122534% NJ89 Hazlet Township,New Jersey 0.0810519234% NJ90 Highland Park Borough,New 0.0606246554% Jersey NJ91 Hillsborough Township,New 0.1405113053% Jersey NJ92 Hillsdale Borough,New Jersey 0.0247027667% NJ93 Hillside Township,New Jersey 0.1085603967% NJ94 Hoboken City,New Jersey 0.1803633309% NJ95 Holmdel Township,New Jersey 0.1058875828% NJ96 Hopatcong Borough,New Jersey 0.0677558479% NJ97 Hopewell Township,Mercer 0.0275878151% County,New Jersey NJ98 Howell Township,New Jersey 0.2067529072% NJ99 Hudson County,New Jersey 0.9363280231% NJ100 Hunterdon County,New Jersey 0.8037645396% NJ101 Irvington Township,New Jersey 0.9244040630% NJ102 Jackson Township,New Jersey 0.2670097394% NJ103 Jefferson Township,New Jersey 0.0866198206% NJ104 Jersey City,New Jersey 0.9916102863% NJ105 Kearny Town,New Jersey 0.1071857960% NJ106 Lacey Township,New Jersey 0.1502291236% NJ107 Lakewood Township,New Jersey 0.7730028665% NJ108 Lawrence Township,Mercer 0.0644503163% County,New Jersey NJ109 Lincoln Park Borough,New Jersey 0.0595261565% NJ110 Linden City,New Jersey 0.2495261821% NJ111 Lindenwold Borough,New Jersey 0.1004455914% NJ112 Little Egg Harbor Township,New 0.1465902816% Jersey NJ113 Little Falls Township,New Jersey 0.0348320180% NJ114 Little Ferry Borough,New Jersey 0.0258966914% NJ115 Livingston Township,New Jersey 0.0484285793% NJ116 Lodi Borough,New Jersey 0.1078340351% NJ117 Long Branch City,New Jersey 0.5243184480% NJ118 Lower Township,New Jersey 0.0710329159% NJ119 Lumberton Township,New Jersey 0.0461973502% NJ120 Lyndhurst Township,New Jersey 0.0645354727% NJ121 Madison Borough,New Jersey 0.1424930674% G-133 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ122 Mahwah Township,New Jersey 0.0610985020% NJ123 Manalapan Township,New Jersey 0.1318410608% NJ124 Manchester Township,New Jersey 0.2136801182% NJ125 Mantua Township,New Jersey 0.0853984170% NJ126 Manville Borough,New Jersey 0.0574532358% NJ127 Maple Shade Township,New 0.1058088976% Jersey NJ128 Maplewood Township,New 0.0589307182% Jersey NJ129 Marlboro Township,New Jersey 0.1588151495% NJ130 Medford Township,New Jersey 0.1130775783% NJ131 Mercer County,New Jersey 1.1117204895% NJ132 Metuchen Borough,New Jersey 0.0339468322% NJ133 Middle Township,New Jersey 0.0695160908% NJ134 Middlesex Borough,New Jersey 0.0317606196% NJ135 Middlesex County,New Jersey 2.2387299770% NJ136 Middletown Township,New 0.3292948041% Jersey NJ137 Millburn Township,New Jersey 0.0627532842% NJ138 Millstone Township,New Jersey 0.0066098909% NJ139 Millville City,New Jersey 0.2397981412% NJ140 Monmouth County,New Jersey 4.4617935668% NJ141 Monroe Township,Gloucester 0.2271632002% County,New Jersey NJ142 Monroe Township,Middlesex 0.1024216796% County,New Jersey NJ143 Montclair Township,New Jersey 0.5843666564% NJ144 Montgomery Township,New 0.0805666350% Jersey NJ145 Montville Township,New Jersey 0.0902727303% NJ146 Moorestown Township,New 0.1000871936% Jersey NJ147 Morris County,New Jersey 2.3575766204% NJ148 Morris Township,New Jersey 0.1125747053% NJ149 Morristown,New Jersey 0.2369807115% NJ150 Mount Laurel Township,New 0.1725831491% Jersey NJ151 Mount Olive Township,New 0.1068809023% Jersey NJ152 Neptune Township,New Jersey 0.2450351195% NJ153 New Brunswick City,New Jersey 1.8327331194% NJ154 New Milford Borough,New 0.0368443070% Jersey NJ155 New Providence Borough,New 0.0258412178% Jersey NJ156 Newark City,New Jersey 1.7760400546% NJ157 North Arlington Borough,New 0.0408890956% Jersey G-134 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ158 North Bergen Township,New 0.1110635074% Jersey NJ159 North Brunswick Township,New 0.1217197343% Jersey NJ160 North Plainfield Borough,New 0.1454941742% Jersey NJ161 Nutley Township,New Jersey 0.0574061090% NJ162 Oakland Borough,New Jersey 0.0335231134% NJ163 Ocean City,New Jersey 0.1910428164% NJ164 Ocean County,New Jersey 4.9497293624% NJ165 Ocean Township,Monmouth 0.1387263032% County,New Jersey NJ166 Old Bridge Township,New Jersey 0.1263966779% NJ167 Orange City Township,New 0.5609302630% Jersey NJ168 Palisades Park Borough,New 0.0366345109% Jersey NJ169 Paramus Borough,New Jersey 0.1129786355% NJ170 Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, 0.2342890939% New Jersey NJ171 Passaic City,New Jersey 0.4984612868% NJ172 Passaic County,New Jersey 2.1805505203% NJ173 Paterson City,New Jersey 0.9805526614% NJ174 Pemberton Township,New Jersey 0.1182059071% NJ175 Pennsauken Township,New 0.3221185950% Jersey NJ176 Pennsville Township,New Jersey 0.0340920576% NJ177 Pequannock Township,New 0.0769477223% Jersey NJ178 Perth Amboy City,New Jersey 0.3436749356% NJ179 Phillipsburg Town,New Jersey 0.1544595119% NJ180 Pine Hill Borough,New Jersey 0.0482528270% NJ181 Piscataway Township,New Jersey 0.1067019613% NJ182 Plainfield City,New Jersey 0.3012229667% NJ183 Plainsboro Township,New Jersey 0.0503298743% NJ184 Pleasantville City,New Jersey 0.1421175070% NJ185 Point Pleasant Borough,New 0.1109970141% Jersey NJ186 Pompton Lakes Borough,New 0.0290573727% Jersey NJ187 Princeton,New Jersey 0.0503970240% NJ188 Rahway City,New Jersey 0.1444485698% NJ189 Ramsey Borough,New Jersey 0.0402523452% NJ190 Randolph Township,New Jersey 0.0853331898% NJ191 Raritan Township,New Jersey 0.1071670391% NJ192 Readington Township,New Jersey 0.0850076166% NJ193 Red Bank Borough,New Jersey 0.1420636747% NJ194 Ridgefield Borough,New Jersey 0.0201153405% G-135 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ195 Ridgefield Park Village,New 0.0392827532% Jersey NJ196 Ridgewood Village,New Jersey 0.0849185213% NJ197 Ringwood Borough,New Jersey 0.0309822545% NJ198 River Edge Borough,New Jersey 0.0266057498% NJ199 Robbinsville Township,New 0.0338593312% Jersey NJ200 Rockaway Township,New Jersey 0.1290497970% NJ201 Roselle Borough,New Jersey 0.0912325687% NJ202 Roselle Park Borough,New Jersey 0.0316673040% NJ203 Roxbury Township,New Jersey 0.1057717120% NJ204 Rutherford Borough,New Jersey 0.0459830524% NJ205 Saddle Brook Township,New 0.0390656888% Jersey NJ206 Salem County,New Jersey 0.9344056735% NJ207 Sayreville Borough,New Jersey 0.1477057086% NJ208 Scotch Plains Township,New 0.0484433504% Jersey NJ209 Secaucus Town,New Jersey 0.0516659295% NJ210 Somers Point City,New Jersey 0.0439926621% NJ211 Somerset County,New Jersey 1.4647125488% NJ212 Somerville Borough,New Jersey 0.0756287358% NJ213 South Brunswick Township,New 0.1037777110% Jersey NJ214 South Orange Village Township, 0.0488891085% New Jersey NJ215 South Plainfield Borough,New 0.0899775902% Jersey NJ216 South River Borough,New Jersey 0.0421568288% NJ217 Southampton Township,New 0.0127996268% Jersey NJ218 Sparta Township,New Jersey 0.1069549921% NJ219 Springfield Township,Union 0.0573437423% County,New Jersey NJ220 Stafford Township,New Jersey 0.2155115906% NJ221 Summit City,New Jersey 0.5428090174% NJ222 Sussex County,New Jersey 1.2735318221% NJ223 Teaneck Township,New Jersey 0.1723477966% NJ224 Tenafly Borough,New Jersey 0.0450713724% NJ225 Tinton Falls Borough,New Jersey 0.0881640307% NJ226 Toms River Township,New 0.5620940829% Jersey NJ227 Totowa Borough,New Jersey 0.0342545863% NJ228 Trenton City,New Jersey 1.9352906929% NJ229 Union City,New Jersey 0.9841875644% NJ230 Union County,New Jersey 1.7400474523% NJ231 Union Township,Union County, 0.2247240506% New Jersey NJ232 Upper Township,New Jersey 0.0173930552% G-136 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NJ233 Vernon Township,New Jersey 0.0783616187% NJ234 Verona Township,New Jersey 0.0234318917% NJ235 Vineland City,New Jersey 0.5000169856% NJ236 Voorhees Township,New Jersey 0.1406021825% NJ237 Waldwick Borough,New Jersey 0.0421770394% NJ238 Wall Township,New Jersey 0.1650847899% NJ239 Wallington Borough,New Jersey 0.0235956865% NJ240 Wanaque Borough,New Jersey 0.0311245257% NJ241 Wantage Township,New Jersey 0.0091403397% NJ242 Warren County,New Jersey 1.0382472049% NJ243 Warren Township,New Jersey 0.0736326246% NJ244 Washington Township,Gloucester 0.2470375143% County,New Jersey NJ245 Washington Township,Morris 0.0524274135% County,New Jersey NJ246 Waterford Township,New Jersey 0.0648566849% NJ247 Wayne Township,New Jersey 0.1724444886% NJ248 Weehawken Township,New 0.0282451513% Jersey NJ249 West Caldwell Township,New 0.0246748189% Jersey NJ250 West Deptford Township,New 0.1402059895% Jersey NJ251 West Milford Township,New 0.0644752630% Jersey NJ252 West New York Town,New 0.6157331463% Jersey NJ253 West Orange Township,New 0.1051193933% Jersey NJ254 West Windsor Township,New 0.0458605228% Jersey NJ255 Westfield Town,New Jersey 0.0887745684% NJ256 Westwood Borough,New Jersey 0.0348328152% NJ257 Willingboro Township,New 0.2091808026% Jersey NJ258 Winslow Township,New Jersey 0.1817978600% NJ259 Woodbridge Township,New 0.3688029685% Jersey NJ260 Woodland Park Borough,New 0.0292498655% Jersey NJ261 Woolwich Township,New Jersey 0.0599291958% NJ262 Wyckoff Township,New Jersey 0.0296665036% G-137 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NY1 Albany City,New York NY2 Albany County,New York NY3 Allegany County,New York NY4 Broome County,New York NY5 Buffalo City,New York NY6 Cattaraugus County,New York NY7 Cayuga County,New York NY8 Chautauqua County,New York NY9 Chemung County,New York NY10 Chenango County,New York NY11 Clinton County,New York NY12 Columbia County,New York NY13 Cortland County,New York NY14 Delaware County,New York NY15 Dutchess County,New York NY16 Erie County,New York NY17 Essex County,New York NY18 Franklin County,New York NY19 Fulton County,New York NY20 Genesee County,New York NY21 Greene County,New York NY22 Hamilton County,New York Allocations in New York NY23 Herkimer County,New York NY24 Jefferson County,New York will be made in NY25 Lewis County,New York accordance with the New NY26 Livingston County,New York York Agreement. NY27 Madison County,New York NY28 Monroe County,New York NY29 Montgomery County,New York NY30 Nassau County,New York NY31 New York City,New York NY32 Niagara County,New York NY33 Oneida County,New York NY34 Onondaga County,New York NY35 Ontario County,New York NY36 Orange County,New York NY37 Orleans County,New York NY38 Oswego County,New York NY39 Otsego County,New York NY40 Putnam County,New York NY41 Rensselaer County,New York NY42 Rochester City,New York NY43 Rockland County,New York NY44 Saratoga County,New York NY45 Schenectady County,New York NY46 Schoharie County,New York NY47 Schuyler County,New York G-138 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NY48 Seneca County,New York NY49 St Lawrence County,New York NY50 Steuben County,New York NY51 Suffolk County,New York NY52 Sullivan County,New York NY53 Syracuse City,New York NY54 Tioga County,New York NY55 Tompkins County,New York NY56 Ulster County,New York NY57 Warren County,New York NY58 Washington County,New York NY59 Wayne County,New York NY60 Westchester County,New York NY61 Wyoming County,New York NY62 Yates County,New York NY63 Yonkers City,New York Allocations in New York NY64 Geneva City,New York NY65 Herkimer Village,New York will be made in NY66 Lackawanna City,New York accordance with the New NY67 Rome City,New York York Agreement. NY68 Utica City,New York NY69 Plattsburgh City,New York NY70 Saratoga Springs City,New York NY71 Schenectady City,New York NY72 Troy City,New York NY73 Amherst Town,New York NY74 Amsterdam City,New York NY75 Auburn City,New York NY76 Cheektowaga Town,New York NY77 Ithaca City,New York NY78 Lancaster Town,New York NY79 Mount Vernon City,New York NY80 Ogdensburg City,New York NY81 Poughkeepsie City,New York NY82 Tonawanda Town,New York G-139 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NC1 Alamance County,North Carolina 1.3780289676% NC2 Alexander County,North Carolina 0.5100078796% NC3 Alleghany County,North Carolina 0.1490905989% NC4 Anson County,North Carolina 0.1821929604% NC5 Ashe County,North Carolina 0.3386391883% NC6 Asheville City,North Carolina 0.2358147243% NC7 Avery County,North Carolina 0.2659967669% NC8 Beaufort County,North Carolina 0.4778884349% NC9 Bertie County,North Carolina 0.1394685751% NC10 Bladen County,North Carolina 0.4292178095% NC11 Brunswick County,North Carolina 2.1132385076% NC12 Buncombe County,North Carolina 2.5115878573% NC13 Burke County,North Carolina 2.0901968270% NC14 Cabarrus County,North Carolina 1.6695734466% NC15 Caldwell County,North Carolina 1.2763011462% NC16 Camden County,North Carolina 0.0730364004% NC17 Canton Town,North Carolina 0.0114538232% NC18 Carteret County,North Carolina 1.1284655939% NC19 Cary Town,North Carolina 0.1441516454% NC20 Caswell County,North Carolina 0.1729202375% NC21 Catawba County,North Carolina 2.0726952227% NC22 Charlotte City,North Carolina 1.2474838144% NC23 Chatham County,North Carolina 0.4498143831% NC24 Cherokee County,North Carolina 0.7827591529% NC25 Chowan County,North Carolina 0.1137055961% NC26 Clay County,North Carolina 0.2244299489% NC27 Cleveland County,North Carolina 1.1199280277% NC28 Columbus County,North Carolina 1.2209369390% NC29 Concord City,North Carolina 0.2274558703% NC30 Craven County,North Carolina 1.3368601902% NC31 Cumberland County,North 2.6372996596% Carolina NC32 Currituck County,North Carolina 0.1867785513% NC33 Dare County,North Carolina 0.5331267313% NC34 Davidson County,North Carolina 1.9402695304% NC35 Davie County,North Carolina 0.5131475269% NC36 Duplin County,North Carolina 0.3827851474% NC37 Durham City,North Carolina 0.3804050267% NC38 Durham County,North Carolina 1.7979943624% NC39 Edgecombe County,North 0.4171019390% Carolina NC40 Fayetteville City,North Carolina 0.3097690552% NC41 Forsyth County,North Carolina 3.0684508095% NC42 Franklin County,North Carolina 0.5005036433% NC43 Gaston County,North Carolina 3.0981738869% NC44 Gastonia City,North Carolina 0.2577638238% NC45 Gates County,North Carolina 0.0795675166% NC46 Graham County,North Carolina 0.1834845617% NC47 Granville County,North Carolina 0.5901034093% G-140 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NC48 Greene County,North Carolina 0.1232748186% NC49 Greensboro City,North Carolina 0.5273916964% NC50 Greenville City,North Carolina 0.1626564747% NC51 Guilford County,North Carolina 3.3750152311% NC52 Halifax County,North Carolina 0.4531611740% NC53 Harnett County,North Carolina 0.9889807722% NC54 Haywood County,North Carolina 0.8033151101% NC55 Henderson City,North Carolina 0.0322534788% NC56 Henderson County,North Carolina 1.3815950870% NC57 Hertford County,North Carolina 0.2068430501% NC58 Hickory City,North Carolina 0.0948758357% NC59 High Point City,North Carolina 0.2064287629% NC60 Hoke County,North Carolina 0.3324858046% NC61 Hyde County,North Carolina 0.0272373541% NC62 Iredell County,North Carolina 2.1159313745% NC63 Jackson County,North Carolina 0.5077577313% NC64 Jacksonville City,North Carolina 0.0950098698% NC65 Johnston County,North Carolina 1.2508874682% NC66 Jones County,North Carolina 0.0879669870% NC67 Lee County,North Carolina 0.6531156836% NC68 Lenoir County,North Carolina 0.6042825926% NC69 Lincoln County,North Carolina 0.9268336271% NC70 Macon County,North Carolina 0.2377764961% NC71 Madison County,North Carolina 0.2328822206% NC72 Martin County,North Carolina 0.5875445765% NC73 McDowell County,North Carolina 0.4667676661% NC74 Mecklenburg County,North 5.0383012599% Carolina NC75 Mitchell County,North Carolina 0.3093141516% NC76 Montgomery County,North 0.2260505430% Carolina NC77 Moore County,North Carolina 0.9717391128% NC78 Nash County,North Carolina 0.8456536396% NC79 New Hanover County,North 2.8972648920% Carolina NC80 Northampton County,North 0.1209962389% Carolina NC81 Onslow County,North Carolina 1.6440013647% NC82 Orange County,North Carolina 1.0558394190% NC83 Pamlico County,North Carolina 0.1199361510% NC84 Pasquotank County,North 0.3748162108% Carolina NC85 Pender County,North Carolina 0.5857493319% NC86 Perquimans County,North 0.1118331803% Carolina NC87 Person County,North Carolina 0.4030242967% NC88 Pitt County,North Carolina 1.3690080664% NC89 Polk County,North Carolina 0.2661429860% NC90 Raleigh City,North Carolina 0.5667246127% G-141 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation NC91 Randolph County,North Carolina 1.5254339862% NC92 Richmond County,North Carolina 0.7491328400% NC93 Robeson County,North Carolina 1.3597353436% NC94 Rockingham County,North 1.3653688375% Carolina NC95 Rowan County,North Carolina 2.3352192879% NC96 Rutherford County,North 0.9289416180% Carolina NC97 Sampson County,North Carolina 0.6195137405% NC98 Scotland County,North Carolina 0.4491482742% NC99 Stanly County,North Carolina 0.7249742086% NC100 Stokes County,North Carolina 0.6239531124% NC101 Surry County,North Carolina 1.4108267061% NC102 Swain County,North Carolina 0.2811629286% NC103 Transylvania County,North 0.4975955095% Carolina NC 104 Tyrrell County,North Carolina 0.0414409072% NC105 Union County,North Carolina 1.4667026799% NC106 Vance County,North Carolina 0.5362582553% NC107 Wake County,North Carolina 4.9024556672% NC108 Warren County,North Carolina 0.1063905835% NC109 Washington County,North 0.0747707205% Carolina NC110 Watauga County,North Carolina 0.4696757999% NC111 Wayne County,North Carolina 0.9706993331% NC112 Wilkes County,North Carolina 1.9971771606% NC113 Wilmington City,North Carolina 0.1194974940% NC114 Wilson County,North Carolina 0.6464708415% NC115 Winston-Salem City,North 0.4944599238% Carolina NC 116 Yadkin County,North Carolina 0.5621471451% NC117 Yancey County,North Carolina 0.3821149769% G-142 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation ND1 Adams County,North Dakota 0.3266859369% ND2 Barnes County,North Dakota 1.1596409120% ND3 Benson County,North Dakota 0.8243618844% ND4 Billings County,North Dakota 0.0531198558% ND5 Bismarck City,North Dakota 7.8720018475% ND6 Bottineau County,North Dakota 0.6564106964% ND7 Bowman County,North Dakota 0.3537618912% ND8 Burke County,North Dakota 0.1340272238% ND9 Burleigh County,North Dakota 5.9258321732% ND10 Cass County,North Dakota 9.2593207065% ND11 Cavalier County,North Dakota 0.4775832577% ND12 Devils Lake City,North Dakota 0.3622623619% ND13 Dickey County,North Dakota 0.6064663883% ND14 Dickinson City,North Dakota 1.0573324109% ND15 Divide County,North Dakota 0.1925705034% ND16 Dunn County,North Dakota 0.5017615248% ND17 Eddy County,North Dakota 0.2227970127% ND18 Emmons County,North Dakota 0.7218887252% ND19 Fargo City,North Dakota 12.8639966005% ND20 Foster County,North Dakota 0.3938546507% ND21 Golden Valley County,North 0.2278631874% Dakota ND22 Grand Forks City,North Dakota 7.1999971538% ND23 Grand Forks County,North 5.4639296523% Dakota ND24 Grant County,North Dakota 0.2093626818% ND25 Griggs County,North Dakota 0.2073426807% ND26 Hettinger County,North Dakota 0.2096684753% ND27 Jamestown City,North Dakota 0.7024664288% ND28 Kidder County,North Dakota 0.3074782839% ND29 La Moure County,North Dakota 0.3036088203% ND30 Lisbon City,North Dakota 0.1372424658% ND31 Logan County,North Dakota 0.1641331799% ND32 Mandan City,North Dakota 1.1262932510% ND33 McHenry County,North Dakota 0.3973374621% ND34 McIntosh County,North Dakota 0.2870077627% ND35 McKenzie County,North Dakota 1.2312553926% ND36 McLean County,North Dakota 1.1384661837% ND37 Mercer County,North Dakota 1.1241071216% ND38 Minot City,North Dakota 2.8909627339% ND39 Morton County,North Dakota 2.6703636118% ND40 Mountrail County,North Dakota 1.1142893867% ND41 Nelson County,North Dakota 0.4740975060% ND42 Oliver County,North Dakota 0.2228234756% ND43 Pembina County,North Dakota 1.2530005434% ND44 Pierce County,North Dakota 0.7284574044% ND45 Ramsey County,North Dakota 1.2734343106% ND46 Ransom County,North Dakota 0.6183673413% ND47 Renville County,North Dakota 0.2860845016% G-143 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation ND48 Richland County,North Dakota 2.4309493698% ND49 Rolette County,North Dakota 1.8198034592% ND50 Sargent County,North Dakota 0.5773674924% ND51 Sheridan County,North Dakota 0.0895886685% ND52 Sioux County,North Dakota 0.6666209643% ND53 Slope County,North Dakota 0.0470907257% ND54 Stark County,North Dakota 3.3526741338% ND55 Steele County,North Dakota 0.2434939387% ND56 Stutsman County,North Dakota 1.9758860377% ND57 Towner County,North Dakota 0.1807489391% ND58 Traill County,North Dakota 1.0587643476% ND59 Walsh County,North Dakota 2.0521094729% ND60 Ward County,North Dakota 3.4849842097% ND61 Wells County,North Dakota 0.4346604383% ND62 West Fargo City,North Dakota 1.8417059171% ND63 Williams County,North Dakota 2.3067369406% ND64 Williston City,North Dakota 1.5016973817% G-144 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1 Aberdeen Village, Ohio 0.0087437716% OH2 Ada Village, Ohio 0.0077636351% OH3 Adams County,Ohio 0.3473544585% OH4 Adams Township, Champaign 0.0001374611% County,Ohio OHS Adams Township, Clinton County, 0.0003122525% Ohio OH6 Adams Township,Darke County, 0.0016731027% Ohio OH7 Adams Township,Monroe 0.0000311703% County,Ohio OH8 Adams Township,Muskingum 0.0001003092% County,Ohio OH9 Adams Township, Seneca County, 0.0003810303% Ohio OH10 Adams Township,Washington 0.0001169753% County,Ohio OH11 Adamsville Village, Ohio 0.0000910884% OH12 Addyston Village, Ohio 0.0025217854% OH13 Adelphi Village,Ohio 0.0020068066% OH14 Adena Village,Ohio 0.0003568983% OH15 Aid Township, Ohio 0.0003303244% OH16 Akron City, Ohio 0.8812077621% OH17 Albany Village,Ohio 0.0019488925% OH18 Alexander Township, Ohio 0.0001250626% OH19 Alexandria Village,Ohio 0.0005560173% OH20 Alger Village, Ohio 0.0005166462% OH21 Allen County,Ohio 0.4092999560% OH22 Allen Township,Darke County, 0.0006643202% Ohio OH23 Allen Township,Hancock County, 0.0005903230% Ohio OH24 Allen Township, Ottawa County, 0.0005976710% Ohio OH25 Allen Township,Union County, 0.0028518922% Ohio OH26 Alliance City, Ohio 0.0889490116% OH27 Amanda Township,Fairfield 0.0018577114% County,Ohio OH28 Amanda Township,Hancock 0.0001616361% County,Ohio OH29 Amanda Village, Ohio 0.0005782400% OH30 Amberley Village, Ohio 0.0192140009% OH31 Amboy Township,Ohio 0.0017244001% OH32 Amelia Village,Ohio 0.0138770427% OH33 American Township, Ohio 0.0193901533% OH34 Ames Township, Ohio 0.0004272973% OH35 Amesville Village, Ohio 0.0000937970% OH36 Amherst City,Ohio 0.0344767089% G-145 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH37 Amherst Township, Ohio 0.0134400730% OH38 Amsterdam Village,Ohio 0.0003984552% OH39 Anderson Township,Ohio 0.0760877775% OH40 Andover Township,Ohio 0.0010566751% OH41 Andover Village, Ohio 0.0040505880% OH42 Anna Village, Ohio 0.0028751504% OH43 Ansonia Village,Ohio 0.0014885693% OH44 Antioch Village,Ohio 0.0000311703% OH45 Antwerp Village, Ohio 0.0009282725% OH46 Apple Creek Village,Ohio 0.0004832518% OH47 Aquilla Village,Ohio 0.0000095709% OH48 Arcadia Village, Ohio 0.0000210830% OH49 Arcanum Village,Ohio 0.0034200188% OH50 Archbold Village, Ohio 0.0168893369% OH51 Arlington Heights Village,Ohio 0.0024048815% OH52 Arlington Village, Ohio 0.0017280808% OH53 Ashland City,Ohio 0.0677959091% OH54 Ashland County,Ohio 0.2064379332% OH55 Ashley Village,Ohio 0.0012125812% OH56 Ashtabula City,Ohio 0.0931048204% OH57 Ashtabula County,Ohio 0.7429130666% OH58 Ashtabula Township, Ohio 0.0174821031% OH59 Ashville Village, Ohio 0.0024582550% OH60 Athalia Village,Ohio 0.0000173855% OH61 Athens City,Ohio 0.0700871751% OH62 Athens County,Ohio 0.4584170235% OH63 Athens Township,Athens County, 0.0025846274% Ohio OH64 Athens Township,Harrison 0.0003148983% County,Ohio OH65 Attica Village, Ohio 0.0007921419% OH66 Atwater Township, Ohio 0.0004753019% OH67 Auburn Township,Crawford 0.0007613308% County,Ohio OH68 Auburn Township,Geauga 0.0067953249% County,Ohio OH69 Auburn Township,Tuscarawas 0.0000098536% County,Ohio OH70 Auglaize County,Ohio 0.1648586210% OH71 Auglaize Township,Allen County, 0.0010226874% Ohio OH72 Auglaize Township,Paulding 0.0000730923% County,Ohio OH73 Augusta Township, Ohio 0.0004684152% OH74 Aurelius Township, Ohio 0.0000083554% OH75 Aurora City,Ohio 0.0294524674% OH76 Austinburg Township,Ohio 0.0004813742% OH77 Austintown Township, Ohio 0.0890063352% OH78 Avon City,Ohio 0.0729757005% G-146 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH79 Avon Lake City, Ohio 0.0663140992% OH80 Bailey Lakes Village,Ohio 0.0000813388% OH81 Bainbridge Township, Ohio 0.0406379571% OH82 Bainbridge Village,Ohio 0.0022724133% OH83 Bairdstown Village, Ohio 0.0000612234% OH84 Ballville Township, Ohio 0.0021521086% OH85 Baltic Village,Ohio 0.0009410120% OH86 Baltimore Village, Ohio 0.0031532207% OH87 Barberton City, Ohio 0.1164193916% OH88 Barlow Township, Ohio 0.0003258598% OH89 Barnesville Village,Ohio 0.0106861443% OH90 Barnhill Village, Ohio 0.0006601909% OH91 Bartlow Township, Ohio 0.0001082864% OH92 Batavia Township,Ohio 0.0000517157% OH93 Batavia Village, Ohio 0.0047750818% OH94 Batesville Village, Ohio 0.0000517432% OH95 Bath Township,Allen County, 0.0088564730% Ohio OH96 Bath Township, Greene County, 0.0001754181% Ohio OH97 Bath Township, Summit County, 0.0489522386% Ohio OH98 Baughman Township, Ohio 0.0001353105% OH99 Bay Township, Ohio 0.0000549583% OH100 Bay View Village,Ohio 0.0012986334% OH101 Bay Village City, Ohio 0.0295102794% OH102 Bazetta Township,Ohio 0.0331455317% OH103 Beach City Village,Ohio 0.0006531299% OH104 Beachwood City,Ohio 0.0573216138% OH105 Beallsville Village, Ohio 0.0001580913% OH106 Bearfield Township,Ohio 0.0005486478% OH107 Beaver Township,Mahoning 0.0148139167% County,Ohio OH108 Beaver Township,Pike County, 0.0003380168% Ohio OH109 Beaver Village,Ohio 0.0001859093% OH110 Beavercreek City, Ohio 0.0843658046% OH111 Beavercreek Township,Ohio 0.1348759090% OH112 Beaverdam Village,Ohio 0.0000749971% OH113 Bedford City, Ohio 0.0429793572% OH114 Bedford Heights City, Ohio 0.0386687782% OH115 Bedford Township,Ohio 0.0000306151% OH116 Bellaire Village, Ohio 0.0010264323% OH117 Bellbrook City, Ohio 0.0237949542% OH118 Belle Center Village, Ohio 0.0005231767% OH119 Belle Valley Village, Ohio 0.0001073626% OH120 Bellefontaine City,Ohio 0.0729400123% OH121 Bellevue City, Ohio 0.0299834456% OH122 Bellville Village,Ohio 0.0011239941% G-147 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH123 Belmont County,Ohio 0.4904799617% OH124 Belmont Village,Ohio 0.0011248573% OH125 Belmore Village,Ohio 0.0002483511% OH126 Beloit Village, Ohio 0.0037587550% OH127 Belpre City, Ohio 0.0099429019% OH128 Belpre Township,Ohio 0.0009358025% OH129 Bennington Township,Licking 0.0005560173% County,Ohio OH130 Bennington Township,Morrow 0.0001476031% County,Ohio OH131 Bentleyville Village, Ohio 0.0019992236% OH132 Benton Ridge Village, Ohio 0.0000914068% OH133 Benton Township,Hocking 0.0001089904% County,Ohio OH134 Benton Township,Ottawa County, 0.0007968947% Ohio OH135 Benton Township,Paulding 0.0002485139% County,Ohio OH136 Benton Township,Pike County, 0.0003718185% Ohio OH137 Berea City,Ohio 0.0293403849% OH138 Bergholz Village, Ohio 0.0002390731% OH139 Berkey Village, Ohio 0.0003639406% OH140 Berkshire Township,Ohio 0.0000742397% OH141 Berlin Heights Village,Ohio 0.0009142379% OH142 Berlin Township,Delaware 0.0000164977% County,Ohio OH143 Berlin Township,Erie County, 0.0001350579% Ohio OH144 Berlin Township,Holmes County, 0.0000814306% Ohio OH145 Berlin Township,Mahoning 0.0014985886% County,Ohio OH146 Bern Township,Ohio 0.0001354845% OH147 Berne Township,Ohio 0.0001629571% OH148 Bethel Township, Clark County, 0.0138134025% Ohio OH149 Bethel Township,Monroe County, 0.0000498724% Ohio OH150 Bethel Village,Ohio 0.0057576798% OH151 Bethesda Village, Ohio 0.0006889751% OH152 Bethlehem Township, Coshocton 0.0000765378% County,Ohio OH153 Bethlehem Township, Stark 0.0015140738% County,Ohio OH154 Beltsville Village,Ohio 0.0009525757% OH155 Beverly Village, Ohio 0.0019551589% OH156 Bexley City,Ohio 0.0458668476% OH157 Big Island Township, Ohio 0.0005578783% G-148 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH158 Black Creek Township, Ohio 0.0001534027% OH159 Blakeslee Village, Ohio 0.0000628635% OH160 Blanchard Township,Hancock 0.0001475808% County,Ohio OH161 Blanchard Township,Putnam 0.0006457128% County,Ohio OH162 Blanchester Village, Ohio 0.0114641267% OH163 Blendon Township,Ohio 0.0282639366% OH164 Bloom Township,Fairfield 0.0118551321% County,Ohio OH165 Bloom Township,Morgan County, 0.0001713719% Ohio OH166 Bloom Township, Scioto County, 0.0000852977% Ohio OH167 Bloom Township, Seneca County, 0.0009926842% Ohio OH168 Bloomdale Village, Ohio 0.0005693772% OH169 Bloomfield Township,Jackson 0.0013260530% County,Ohio OH170 Bloomfield Township,Logan 0.0000099754% County,Ohio OH171 Bloomingburg Village, Ohio 0.0002078369% OH172 Bloomingdale Village,Ohio 0.0002231349% OH173 Bloominggrove Township,Ohio 0.0001784118% OH174 Bloomville Village, Ohio 0.0004411930% OH175 Blue Ash City,Ohio 0.0851895858% OH176 Blue Creek Township,Ohio 0.0000767469% OH177 Blue Rock Township, Ohio 0.0001103402% OH178 Bluffton Village, Ohio 0.0052836661% OH179 Boardman Township, Ohio 0.1408673271% OH180 Bokescreek Township, Ohio 0.0013367015% OH181 Bolivar Village,Ohio 0.0004434118% OH182 Boston Heights Village,Ohio 0.0077201699% OH183 Boston Township, Ohio 0.0003662503% OH184 Botkins Village,Ohio 0.0019522626% OH185 Bowerston Village,Ohio 0.0000572542% OH186 Bowersville Village,Ohio 0.0000916319% OH187 Bowling Green City, Ohio 0.0752741164% OH188 Bowling Green Township,Ohio 0.0000370678% OH189 Braceville Township,Ohio 0.0037680877% OH190 Bradford Village,Ohio 0.0028661348% OH191 Bradner Village,Ohio 0.0009183503% OH192 Brady Lake Village, Ohio 0.0002559318% OH193 Brady Township,Ohio 0.0005029083% OH194 Bratenahl Village, Ohio 0.0051323943% OH195 Bratton Township,Ohio 0.0000790580% OH196 Brecksville City,Ohio 0.0241013127% OH197 Bremen Village, Ohio 0.0006844200% OH198 Brewster Village,Ohio 0.0058880648% G-149 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH199 Brice Village, Ohio 0.0005574892% OH200 Bridgeport Village,Ohio 0.0050477971% OH2O1 Bridgewater Township, Ohio 0.0004164709% OH202 Brighton Township, Ohio 0.0000194784% OH203 Brimfield Township,Ohio 0.0111960000% OH204 Bristol Township,Morgan County, 0.0001285289% Ohio OH205 Bristol Township, Trumbull 0.0252513027% County,Ohio OH206 Broadview Heights City, Ohio 0.0226789401% OH207 Bronson Township,Ohio 0.0009334281% OH208 Brook Park City, Ohio 0.0389572037% OH209 Brookfield Township,Noble 0.0000517432% County,Ohio OH210 Brookfield Township, Trumbull 0.0346459468% County,Ohio OH211 Brooklyn City, Ohio 0.0212407634% OH212 Brooklyn Heights Village,Ohio 0.0100909430% OH213 Brookside Village,Ohio 0.0001124857% OH214 Brookville City, Ohio 0.0216648650% OH215 Broughton Village, Ohio 0.0000073092% OH216 Brown County,Ohio 0.4653422837% OH217 Brown Township, Carroll County, 0.0009477238% Ohio OH218 Brown Township,Darke County, 0.0007873425% Ohio OH219 Brown Township,Delaware 0.0000082489% County,Ohio OH220 Brown Township,Franklin 0.0003894787% County,Ohio OH221 Brown Township,Knox County, 0.0039027192% Ohio OH222 Brown Township,Miami County, 0.0006132702% Ohio OH223 Brown Township,Paulding 0.0001315662% County,Ohio OH224 Brown Township,Vinton County, 0.0000390135% Ohio OH225 Brunswick City,Ohio 0.1197413086% OH226 Brunswick Hills Township,Ohio 0.0200631640% OH227 Brush Creek Township,Jefferson 0.0001275057% County,Ohio OH228 Brush Creek Township, Scioto 0.0011088700% County,Ohio OH229 Brushcreek Township, Ohio 0.0059850824% OH230 Bryan City, Ohio 0.0285400457% OH231 Buchtel Village,Ohio 0.0001849243% OH232 Buckeye Lake Village,Ohio 0.0040562680% OH233 Buckland Village,Ohio 0.0001068314% G-150 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH234 Bucks Township, Ohio 0.0002857543% OH235 Bucyrus City,Ohio 0.0467130847% OH236 Bucyrus Township, Ohio 0.0002175231% OH237 Buffalo Township,Ohio 0.0000689910% OH238 Burbank Village,Ohio 0.0001559017% OH239 Burgoon Village,Ohio 0.0001532454% OH240 Burkettsville Village,Ohio 0.0000203512% OH241 Burlington Township, Ohio 0.0012973736% OH242 Burton Township,Ohio 0.0022682986% OH243 Burton Village, Ohio 0.0036177927% OH244 Butler County,Ohio 2.6887406714% OH245 Butler Township, Columbiana 0.0017704304% County,Ohio OH246 Butler Township,Darke County, 0.0006643202% Ohio OH247 Butler Township,Mercer County, 0.0021025197% Ohio OH248 Butler Township,Montgomery 0.0308007959% County,Ohio OH249 Butler Township,Richland 0.0003925059% County,Ohio OH250 Butler Village,Ohio 0.0004817118% OH251 Butlerville Village, Ohio 0.0001866800% OH252 Byesville Village, Ohio 0.0018493145% OH253 Byrd Township, Ohio 0.0018293707% OH254 Cadiz Township, Ohio 0.0013359320% OH255 Cadiz Village,Ohio 0.0042081859% OH256 Caesarscreek Township, Ohio 0.0004643421% OH257 Cairo Village,Ohio 0.0000409075% OH258 Caldwell Village,Ohio 0.0017937650% OH259 Caledonia Village,Ohio 0.0007098142% OH260 Cambridge City,Ohio 0.0668200845% OH261 Cambridge Township, Ohio 0.0000951853% OH262 Camden Township, Ohio 0.0003116539% OH263 Camden Village,Ohio 0.0031099397% OH264 Camp Creek Township,Ohio 0.0001943597% OH265 Campbell City, Ohio 0.0206854359% OH266 Canaan Township,Morrow 0.0000885618% County,Ohio OH267 Canaan Township,Wayne County, 0.0002435589% Ohio OH268 Canal Fulton City, Ohio 0.0143391696% OH269 Canal Winchester City, Ohio 0.0017001990% OH270 Canfield City,Ohio 0.0340253310% OH271 Canfield Township, Ohio 0.0024198521% OH272 Canton City,Ohio 0.4906093929% OH273 Canton Township,Ohio 0.0238293446% OH274 Cardington Village, Ohio 0.0026450469% OH275 Carey Village,Ohio 0.0048237347% G-151 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH276 Carlisle Township, Ohio 0.0046455904% OH277 Carlisle Village,Ohio 0.0081658806% OH278 Carroll County,Ohio 0.1274960868% OH279 Carroll Township, Ohio 0.0031394902% OH280 Carroll Village,Ohio 0.0008718207% OH281 Carrollton Village, Ohio 0.0061329714% OH282 Carryall Township,Ohio 0.0000511646% OH283 Carthage Township,Ohio 0.0002397033% OH284 Cass Township,Muskingum 0.0002006185% County,Ohio OH285 Cass Township,Richland County, 0.0007850118% Ohio OH286 Casstown Village, Ohio 0.0005337723% OH287 Castalia Village,Ohio 0.0011427974% OH288 Castine Village,Ohio 0.0005289957% OH289 Catawba Island Township,Ohio 0.0060247984% OH290 Catawba Village, Ohio 0.0002313575% OH291 Cecil Village,Ohio 0.0000109638% OH292 Cedarville Township, Ohio 0.0036837809% OH293 Cedarville Village,Ohio 0.0036321873% OH294 Celina City,Ohio 0.0165674940% OH295 Center Township,Carroll County, 0.0001634007% Ohio OH296 Center Township,Columbiana 0.0003327877% County,Ohio OH297 Center Township,Guernsey 0.0001903706% County,Ohio OH298 Center Township,Mercer County, 0.0004241134% Ohio OH299 Center Township,Monroe County, 0.0005361288% Ohio OH300 Center Township,Morgan County, 0.0000535537% Ohio OH301 Center Township,Noble County, 0.0001724774% Ohio OH302 Center Township,Williams 0.0005107662% County,Ohio OH303 Center Township,Wood County, 0.0002510158% Ohio OH304 Centerburg Village, Ohio 0.0041342364% OH305 Centerville City,Ohio 0.0591550598% OH306 Centerville Village,Ohio 0.0005060807% OH307 Cessna Township, Ohio 0.0001110677% OH308 Chagrin Falls Township,Ohio 0.0000039510% OH309 Chagrin Falls Village, Ohio 0.0125168784% OH310 Champaign County, Ohio 0.2269483026% OH311 Champion Township, Ohio 0.0283714840% OH312 Chardon City,Ohio 0.0479405386% OH313 Chardon Township, Ohio 0.0039336317% G-152 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH314 Charlestown Township, Ohio 0.0000121872% OH315 Chatfield Township, Ohio 0.0008265878% OH316 Chatfield Village,Ohio 0.0000870092% OH317 Chatham Township,Ohio 0.0003778818% OH318 Chauncey Village, Ohio 0.0000833751% OH319 Cherry Fork Village, Ohio 0.0004264208% OH320 Cherry Valley Township, Ohio 0.0004696334% OH321 Chesapeake Village,Ohio 0.0021905725% OH322 Cheshire Township, Ohio 0.0010496489% OH323 Cheshire Village,Ohio 0.0001686936% OH324 Chester Township,Clinton 0.0019181224% County,Ohio OH325 Chester Township,Geauga 0.0252766944% County,Ohio OH326 Chester Township,Morrow 0.0005136587% County,Ohio OH327 Chester Township,Wayne County, 0.0004213956% Ohio OH328 Chesterhill Village, Ohio 0.0000958805% OH329 Chesterville Village,Ohio 0.0000531371% OH330 Cheviot City, Ohio 0.0177109500% OH331 Chickasaw Village, Ohio 0.0003251707% OH332 Chillicothe City,Ohio 0.3116747707% OH333 Chilo Village,Ohio 0.0001537865% OH334 Chippewa Lake Village,Ohio 0.0005077787% OH335 Chippewa Township, Ohio 0.0025863636% OH336 Christiansburg Village,Ohio 0.0002537744% OH337 Cincinnati City, Ohio 1.9225774768% OH338 Circleville City,Ohio 0.3452050773% OH339 Circleville Township,Ohio 0.0006412839% OH340 Claibourne Township, Ohio 0.0000211028% OH341 Claridon Township,Ohio 0.0025745668% OH342 Clarington Village, Ohio 0.0000498724% OH343 Clark County,Ohio 1.2151983585% OH344 Clark Township,Brown County, 0.0053640868% Ohio OH345 Clark Township, Clinton County, 0.0010928837% Ohio OH346 Clarksburg Village,Ohio 0.0000295119% OH347 Clarksfield Township, Ohio 0.0007412517% OH348 Clarksville Village, Ohio 0.0004237712% OH349 Clay Center Village, Ohio 0.0000618280% OH350 Clay Township,Auglaize County, 0.0004451307% Ohio OH351 Clay Township,Highland County, 0.0003613635% Ohio OH352 Clay Township,Montgomery 0.0058148642% County,Ohio G-153 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH353 Clay Township,Muskingum 0.0004012369% County,Ohio OH354 Clay Township, Ottawa County, 0.0026311263% Ohio OH355 Clay Township, Scioto County, 0.0064826249% Ohio OH356 Clay Township,Tuscarawas 0.0000492680% County,Ohio OH357 Clayton City, Ohio 0.0375148659% OH358 Clayton Township,Ohio 0.0004303120% OH359 Clear Creek Township,Ohio 0.0874295648% OH360 Clearcreek Township,Ohio 0.0010918129% OH361 Clermont County, Ohio 1.9148422650% OH362 Cleveland City,Ohio 1.8006406770% OH363 Cleveland Heights City,Ohio 0.0861404621% OH364 Cleves Village,Ohio 0.0031981583% OH365 Clifton Village,Ohio 0.0002996729% OH366 Clinton County,Ohio 0.4003299792% OH367 Clinton Township,Franklin 0.0107832149% County,Ohio OH368 Clinton Township,Fulton County, 0.0006481787% Ohio OH369 Clinton Township, Seneca County, 0.0007420064% Ohio OH370 Clinton Township, Shelby County, 0.0005501831% Ohio OH371 Clinton Township,Vinton County, 0.0002860993% Ohio OH372 Clinton Township,Wayne County, 0.0001933007% Ohio OH373 Clinton Village,Ohio 0.0011373034% OH374 Cloverdale Village, Ohio 0.0001986809% OH375 Clyde City,Ohio 0.0219912947% OH376 Coal Grove Village,Ohio 0.0050070228% OH377 Coal Township,Jackson County, 0.0004972699% Ohio OH378 Coal Township,Perry County, 0.0003550074% Ohio OH379 Coalton Village, Ohio 0.0024310971% OH380 Coitsville Township,Ohio 0.0048028536% OH381 Coldwater Village,Ohio 0.0054593322% OH382 Colerain Township,Belmont 0.0006046108% County,Ohio OH383 Colerain Township,Hamilton 0.1398087860% County,Ohio OH384 College Corner Village, Ohio 0.0022611881% OH385 College Township, Ohio 0.0028608916% OH386 Columbia Township,Hamilton 0.0091268592% County,Ohio G-154 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH387 Columbia Township,Lorain 0.0044508068% County,Ohio OH388 Columbia Township,Meigs 0.0000676625% County,Ohio OH389 Columbiana City, Ohio 0.0212455929% OH390 Columbiana County, Ohio 0.6832396894% OH391 Columbus City,Ohio 4.0358741733% OH392 Columbus Grove Village,Ohio 0.0013907661% OH393 Commercial Point Village,Ohio 0.0008841945% OH394 Concord Township,Delaware 0.0132064120% County,Ohio OH395 Concord Township,Fayette 0.0003201811% County,Ohio OH396 Concord Township,Highland 0.0000677557% County,Ohio OH397 Concord Township,Lake County, 0.0329119594% Ohio OH398 Concord Township,Miami 0.0048266640% County,Ohio OH399 Concord Township,Ross County, 0.0034233759% Ohio OH400 Conesville Village, Ohio 0.0001949904% OH401 Congress Township,Morrow 0.0000354247% County,Ohio OH402 Congress Township,Wayne 0.0000386601% County,Ohio OH403 Congress Village,Ohio 0.0001394121% OH404 Conneaut City,Ohio 0.0500864015% OH405 Continental Village,Ohio 0.0013742094% OH406 Convoy Village, Ohio 0.0015735393% OH407 Coolville Village,Ohio 0.0002918128% OH408 Copley Township,Ohio 0.0644889601% OH409 Corning Village, Ohio 0.0010865378% OH410 Cortland City,Ohio 0.0349699000% OH411 Corwin Village,Ohio 0.0004993129% OH412 Coshocton City, Ohio 0.0177337984% OH413 Coshocton County, Ohio 0.1889793769% OH414 Coventry Township, Ohio 0.0112670146% OH415 Covington Village,Ohio 0.0077226624% OH416 Craig Beach Village,Ohio 0.0004176394% OH417 Cranberry Township, Ohio 0.0001631423% OH418 Crane Township,Paulding 0.0001169477% County,Ohio OH419 Crane Township,Wyandot 0.0005667045% County,Ohio OH420 Crawford County,Ohio 0.2595376809% OH421 Crawford Township, Coshocton 0.0002372670% County,Ohio G-155 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH422 Crawford Township,Wyandot 0.0001079437% County,Ohio OH423 Crestline Village,Ohio 0.0166501207% OH424 Creston Village,Ohio 0.0007596505% OH425 Cridersville Village, Ohio 0.0045581388% OH426 Crooksville Village,Ohio 0.0043353934% OH427 Crosby Township,Ohio 0.0044757516% OH428 Cross Creek Township,Ohio 0.0061202713% OH429 Crown City Village, Ohio 0.0005435682% OH430 Cumberland Village,Ohio 0.0007050617% OH431 Custar Village,Ohio 0.0000244893% OH432 Cuyahoga Falls City,Ohio 0.1811685822% OH433 Cuyahoga Heights Village,Ohio 0.0193798260% OH434 Cygnet Village, Ohio 0.0002510158% OH435 Cynthian Township,Ohio 0.0000266218% OH436 Dallas Township,Ohio 0.0001522662% OH437 Dalton Village,Ohio 0.0011945985% OH438 Damascus Township,Ohio 0.0007850761% OH439 Danbury Township,Ohio 0.0038539475% OH440 Danville Village,Ohio 0.0021828768% OH441 Darby Township,Madison 0.0011346056% County,Ohio OH442 Darby Township,Union County, 0.0004220559% Ohio OH443 Darbyville Village, Ohio 0.0000242911% OH444 Darke County, Ohio 0.2651621760% OH445 Dayton City, Ohio 1.3353086202% OH446 De Graff Village, Ohio 0.0013067754% OH447 Decatur Township,Lawrence 0.0001043130% County,Ohio OH448 Decatur Township,Washington 0.0001169753% County,Ohio OH449 Deer Park City,Ohio 0.0107468140% OH450 Deercreek Township,Ohio 0.0004275226% OH451 Deerfield Township,Portage 0.0008693556% County,Ohio OH452 Deerfield Township,Ross County, 0.0015346168% Ohio OH453 Deerfield Township,Warren 0.1151454582% County,Ohio OH454 Deersville Village, Ohio 0.0000209231% OH455 Defiance City,Ohio 0.0658767007% OH456 Defiance County,Ohio 0.1709704524% OH457 Defiance Township,Ohio 0.0007172505% OH458 Delaware City,Ohio 0.1151374756% OH459 Delaware County,Ohio 0.4816174702% OH460 Delaware Township,Defiance 0.0015007088% County,Ohio G-156 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH461 Delaware Township,Delaware 0.0075064553% County,Ohio OH462 Delaware Township,Hancock 0.0001335254% County,Ohio OH463 Delhi Township, Ohio 0.0630446356% OH464 Dellroy Village, Ohio 0.0002505477% OH465 Delphos City,Ohio 0.0171051813% OH466 Delta Village, Ohio 0.0085241620% OH467 Dennison Village,Ohio 0.0062570335% OH468 Deshler Village,Ohio 0.0009475056% OH469 Dexter City Village, Ohio 0.0000689910% OH470 Dillonvale Village,Ohio 0.0012431801% OH471 Dinsmore Township, Ohio 0.0004170743% OH472 Dodson Township, Ohio 0.0105924667% OH473 Donnelsville Village, Ohio 0.0002721853% OH474 Dorset Township,Ohio 0.0001174083% OH475 Dover City,Ohio 0.0416708574% OH476 Dover Township,Athens County, 0.0005002505% Ohio OH477 Dover Township, Tuscarawas 0.0000886824% County,Ohio OH478 Dover Township,Union County, 0.0005124965% Ohio OH479 Doylestown Village,Ohio 0.0020721837% OH480 Dresden Village,Ohio 0.0028086586% OH481 Dublin City, Ohio 0.0949912950% OH482 Dublin Township,Ohio 0.0004331371% OH483 Duchouquet Township,Ohio 0.0010861190% OH484 Dunham Township, Ohio 0.0004344797% OH485 Dunkirk Village,Ohio 0.0005233559% OH486 Dupont Village,Ohio 0.0006622696% OH487 Eagle Township,Brown County, 0.0090538344% Ohio OH488 Eagle Township,Vinton County, 0.0002210767% Ohio OH489 East Canton Village,Ohio 0.0024838727% OH490 East Cleveland City, Ohio 0.0558083674% OH491 East Liverpool City, Ohio 0.0368861843% OH492 East Palestine Village,Ohio 0.0165861370% OH493 East Sparta Village,Ohio 0.0004354199% OH494 East Union Township, Ohio 0.0003556733% OH495 Eastlake City, Ohio 0.0700788770% OH496 Eaton City, Ohio 0.0615604375% OH497 Eaton Township, Ohio 0.0004480024% OH498 Eden Township,Licking County, 0.0004448138% Ohio OH499 Eden Township, Seneca County, 0.0001102982% Ohio G-157 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH500 Eden Township,Wyandot County, 0.0000944507% Ohio OH501 Edgerton Village, Ohio 0.0042354308% OH502 Edinburg Township, Ohio 0.0011740363% OH503 Edison Village, Ohio 0.0001948360% OH504 Edon Village,Ohio 0.0013908558% OH505 Eldorado Village, Ohio 0.0003273621% OH506 Elgin Village, Ohio 0.0000619504% OH507 Elida Village,Ohio 0.0011181382% OH508 Elizabeth Township,Lawrence 0.0009562023% County,Ohio OH509 Elizabeth Township,Miami 0.0000454274% County,Ohio OH510 Elk Township,Noble County, 0.0000344955% Ohio OH511 Elk Township,Vinton County, 0.0002600903% Ohio OH512 Elkrun Township, Ohio 0.0004259682% OH513 Ellsworth Township,Ohio 0.0001965362% OH514 Elmore Village,Ohio 0.0016556174% OH515 Elmwood Place Village, Ohio 0.0045008025% OH516 Elyria City, Ohio 0.2638149975% OH517 Elyria Township,Ohio 0.0007693955% OH518 Empire Village,Ohio 0.0010041070% OH519 Englewood City,Ohio 0.0628005329% OH520 Enon Village,Ohio 0.0038378123% OH521 Erie County, Ohio 0.4532438208% OH522 Erie Township,Ohio 0.0006045408% OH523 Euclid City,Ohio 0.0936790366% OH524 Evendale Village,Ohio 0.0340357530% OH525 Fairborn City,Ohio 0.1544298717% OH526 Fairfax Village, Ohio 0.0079411190% OH527 Fairfield City,Ohio 0.2893759753% OH528 Fairfield County,Ohio 0.6244843622% OH529 Fairfield Township,Butler 0.0801075425% County,Ohio OH530 Fairfield Township, Columbiana 0.0024759402% County,Ohio OH531 Fairfield Township,Huron 0.0006726173% County,Ohio OH532 Fairfield Township, Tuscarawas 0.0004138510% County,Ohio OH533 Fairfield Township,Washington 0.0000501323% County,Ohio OH534 Fairlawn City, Ohio 0.0675346202% OH535 Fairport Harbor Village,Ohio 0.0091069372% OH536 Fairview Park City,Ohio 0.0218966352% OH537 Fairview Village,Ohio 0.0000924858% G-158 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH538 Falls Township,Hocking County, 0.0002873384% Ohio OH539 Falls Township,Muskingum 0.0022068032% County,Ohio OH540 Farmer Township,Ohio 0.0002869002% OH541 Farmersville Village,Ohio 0.0013667928% OH542 Farmington Township, Ohio 0.0015345154% OH543 Fayette County, Ohio 0.2554820842% OH544 Fayette Township, Ohio 0.0013386832% OH545 Fayette Village,Ohio 0.0012352086% OH546 Fayetteville Village, Ohio 0.0029455968% OH547 Fearing Township,Ohio 0.0004177690% OH548 Felicity Village, Ohio 0.0030684641% OH549 Findlay City, Ohio 0.1162163280% OH550 Fitchville Township, Ohio 0.0003431721% OH551 Flatrock Township, Ohio 0.0001691974% OH552 Fletcher Village, Ohio 0.0012151836% OH553 Florence Township,Erie County, 0.0013194115% Ohio OH554 Florence Township,Williams 0.0002671700% County,Ohio OH555 Florida Village, Ohio 0.0015566164% OH556 Flushing Township,Ohio 0.0005905501% OH557 Flushing Village,Ohio 0.0004640036% OH558 Forest Park City, Ohio 0.0861415180% OH559 Forest Village,Ohio 0.0023324226% OH560 Fort Jennings Village, Ohio 0.0004221969% OH561 Fort Loramie Village, Ohio 0.0012778446% OH562 Fort Recovery Village,Ohio 0.0009926059% OH563 Fostoria City, Ohio 0.0512205361% OH564 Fowler Township, Ohio 0.0047569976% OH565 Frankfort Village, Ohio 0.0079678326% OH566 Franklin City, Ohio 0.0535002847% OH567 Franklin County, Ohio 5.7883029997% OH568 Franklin Township,Adams 0.0010014012% County,Ohio OH569 Franklin Township,Brown 0.0023874837% County,Ohio OH570 Franklin Township,Clermont 0.0034132353% County,Ohio OH571 Franklin Township,Columbiana 0.0006123293% County,Ohio OH572 Franklin Township,Coshocton 0.0002449208% County,Ohio OH573 Franklin Township,Darke County, 0.0004797868% Ohio OH574 Franklin Township,Franklin 0.0440874644% County,Ohio G-159 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH575 Franldin Township,Fulton 0.0000733787% County,Ohio OH576 Franklin Township,Jackson 0.0003038871% County,Ohio OH577 Franklin Township,Mercer 0.0012091744% County,Ohio OH578 Franldin Township,Portage 0.0001990581% County,Ohio OH579 Franldin Township,Richland 0.0008563765% County,Ohio OH580 Franklin Township, Shelby 0.0011802315% County,Ohio OH581 Franklin Township,Tuscarawas 0.0031235899% County,Ohio OH582 Franklin Township,Warren 0.0035372089% County,Ohio OH583 Frazeysburg Village,Ohio 0.0003209896% OH584 Fredericksburg Village,Ohio 0.0001198464% OH585 Fredericktown Village, Ohio 0.0055729507% OH586 Freedom Township,Portage 0.0004265530% County,Ohio OH587 Freedom Township,Wood 0.0012305895% County,Ohio OH588 Freeport Township,Ohio 0.0002576440% OH589 Freeport Village, Ohio 0.0001049661% OH590 Fremont City, Ohio 0.0724844646% OH591 Fulton County,Ohio 0.1830065436% OH592 Fulton Village,Ohio 0.0001234266% OH593 Fultonham Village,Ohio 0.0000100309% OH594 Gahanna City,Ohio 0.0724048588% OH595 Galena Village,Ohio 0.0001402305% OH596 Galion City,Ohio 0.0440049221% OH597 Gallia County, Ohio 0.3272280412% OH598 Gallipolis Village,Ohio 0.0421733929% OH599 Gambier Village, Ohio 0.0019348227% OH600 Gann Village, Ohio 0.0000330739% OH601 Garfield Heights City,Ohio 0.0512449222% OH602 Garrettsville Village, Ohio 0.0040959299% OH603 Gasper Township, Ohio 0.0060234621% OH604 Gates Mills Village,Ohio 0.0065784730% OH605 Geauga County, Ohio 0.4034987358% OH606 Geneva City, Ohio 0.0306905423% OH607 Geneva Township, Ohio 0.0015497902% OH608 Geneva-On-The-Lake Village, 0.0052011898% Ohio OH609 Genoa Township, Ohio 0.0490971668% OH610 Genoa Village,Ohio 0.0023769444% OH611 Georgetown Village,Ohio 0.0263243336% G-160 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH612 German Township,Auglaize 0.0003115915% County,Ohio OH613 German Township, Clark County, 0.0120986353% Ohio OH614 German Township,Fulton County, 0.0012718979% Ohio OH615 German Township,Harrison 0.0002671864% County,Ohio OH616 German Township,Montgomery 0.0069298793% County,Ohio OH617 Germantown City, Ohio 0.0166173231% OH618 Gettysburg Village,Ohio 0.0016993673% OH619 Gibson Township,Ohio 0.0000992606% OH620 Gibsonburg Village,Ohio 0.0033999699% OH621 Gilboa Village,Ohio 0.0001572890% OH622 Gilead Township,Ohio 0.0002952061% OH623 Girard City,Ohio 0.0699056997% OH624 Glandorf Village,Ohio 0.0007698884% OH625 Glendale Village,Ohio 0.0089682038% OH626 Glenford Village,Ohio 0.0004004647% OH627 Glenmont Village, Ohio 0.0000756142% OH628 Glenwillow Village,Ohio 0.0043105790% OH629 Gloria Glens Park Village,Ohio 0.0002361762% OH630 Glouster Village,Ohio 0.0025846274% OH631 Gnadenhutten Village, Ohio 0.0020889623% OH632 Golf Manor Village,Ohio 0.0149804075% OH633 Good Hope Township, Ohio 0.0000544952% OH634 Gordon Village, Ohio 0.0000369067% OH635 Gorham Township,Ohio 0.0003913532% OH636 Goshen Township,Auglaize 0.0000178052% County,Ohio OH637 Goshen Township,Belmont 0.0007592787% County,Ohio OH638 Goshen Township,Champaign 0.0009305060% County,Ohio OH639 Goshen Township,Clermont 0.0551461609% County,Ohio OH640 Goshen Township,Hardin County, 0.0002665626% Ohio OH641 Goshen Township,Mahoning 0.0098390939% County,Ohio OH642 Goshen Township,Tuscarawas 0.0000492680% County,Ohio OH643 Grafton Township, Ohio 0.0022594905% OH644 Grafton Village,Ohio 0.0066908189% OH645 Grand Prairie Township,Ohio 0.0006880499% OH646 Grand Rapids Township,Ohio 0.0003306061% OH647 Grand Rapids Village, Ohio 0.0005020315% OH648 Grand River Village,Ohio 0.0044444886% G-161 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH649 Grand Township, Ohio 0.0000371919% OH650 Grandview Heights City,Ohio 0.0363742583% OH651 Grandview Township, Ohio 0.0005932320% OH652 Granger Township,Ohio 0.0028459226% OH653 Granville Township,Licking 0.0126030583% County,Ohio OH654 Granville Township,Mercer 0.0015971931% County,Ohio OH655 Granville Village, Ohio 0.0103882561% OH656 Gratiot Village,Ohio 0.0002067581% OH657 Gratis Village, Ohio 0.0064162966% OH658 Graysville Village,Ohio 0.0000309746% OH659 Green Camp Township, Ohio 0.0011901403% OH660 Green Camp Village,Ohio 0.0002045554% OH661 Green City, Ohio 0.0847580205% OH662 Green Creek Township, Ohio 0.0006872280% OH663 Green Springs Village,Ohio 0.0016423298% OH664 Green Township,Adams County, 0.0000263527% Ohio OH665 Green Township,Brown County, 0.0034727036% Ohio OH666 Green Township, Clark County, 0.0007485095% Ohio OH667 Green Township, Clinton County, 0.0001561262% Ohio OH668 Green Township,Fayette County, 0.0001235787% Ohio OH669 Green Township, Gallia County, 0.0009184428% Ohio OH670 Green Township,Hamilton 0.0953852812% County,Ohio OH671 Green Township,Harrison 0.0005725423% County,Ohio OH672 Green Township,Hocking County, 0.0033142996% Ohio OH673 Green Township,Mahoning 0.0033902496% County,Ohio OH674 Green Township,Monroe County, 0.0000062341% Ohio OH675 Green Township,Ross County, 0.0105357346% Ohio OH676 Green Township, Scioto County, 0.0218077775% Ohio OH677 Green Township, Shelby County, 0.0000621174% Ohio OH678 Greene County, Ohio 0.9063855073% OH679 Greene Township,Ohio 0.0000341003% OH680 Greenfield Township,Fairfield 0.0084982150% County,Ohio G-162 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH681 Greenfield Township,Huron 0.0011256045% County,Ohio OH682 Greenfield Village, Ohio 0.0148836578% OH683 Greenhills Village,Ohio 0.0082250286% OH684 Greensburg Township, Ohio 0.0001324539% OH685 Greenville City,Ohio 0.0550893674% OH686 Greenville Township,Ohio 0.0140737464% OH687 Greenwich Village, Ohio 0.0017844949% OH688 Groton Township, Ohio 0.0005921768% OH689 Grove City,Ohio 0.0733060057% OH690 Groveport City,Ohio 0.0125549613% OH691 Grover Hill Village,Ohio 0.0001863854% OH692 Guernsey County,Ohio 0.2910222727% OH693 Guilford Township, Ohio 0.0060579183% OH694 Gustavus Township, Ohio 0.0000511505% OH695 Guyan Township,Ohio 0.0003561309% OH696 Hambden Township,Ohio 0.0039432026% OH697 Hamden Village, Ohio 0.0009493296% OH698 Hamer Township, Ohio 0.0000451704% OH699 Hamersville Village, Ohio 0.0007131445% OH700 Hamilton City, Ohio 0.6764224012% OH701 Hamilton County, Ohio 5.8561869769% OH702 Hamilton Township,Franklin 0.0255910434% County,Ohio OH703 Hamilton Township,Jackson 0.0005248960% County,Ohio OH704 Hamilton Township,Lawrence 0.0009909733% County,Ohio OH705 Hamilton Township,Warren 0.0450761424% County,Ohio OH706 Hamler Village,Ohio 0.0004060738% OH707 Hancock County, Ohio 0.2855617267% OH708 Hanging Rock Village, Ohio 0.0019993320% OH709 Hanover Township,Butler 0.0098235954% County,Ohio OH710 Hanover Township, Columbiana 0.0013178391% County,Ohio OH711 Hanover Township,Licking 0.0043184009% County,Ohio OH712 Hanover Village,Ohio 0.0008062251% OH713 Hanoverton Village, Ohio 0.0010440744% OH714 Harbor View Village,Ohio 0.0001526700% OH715 Hardin County, Ohio 0.2235793641% OH716 Harding Township,Ohio 0.0000272955% OH717 Hardy Township, Ohio 0.0013901375% OH718 Harlan Township, Ohio 0.0030485156% OH719 Harlem Township,Ohio 0.0049245646% OH720 Harmony Township,Clark 0.0018916876% County,Ohio G-163 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH721 Harmony Township,Morrow 0.0001180824% County,Ohio OH722 Harpersfield Township,Ohio 0.0005048559% OH723 Harpster Village,Ohio 0.0000822938% OH724 Harris Township, Ohio 0.0004190567% OH725 Harrisburg Village,Ohio 0.0002978367% OH726 Harrison City,Ohio 0.0560804997% OH727 Harrison County,Ohio 0.0770641930% OH728 Harrison Township,Champaign 0.0001374611% County,Ohio OH729 Harrison Township,Gallia 0.0002811560% County,Ohio OH730 Harrison Township,Hamilton 0.0022712769% County,Ohio OH731 Harrison Township,Henry 0.0000203037% County,Ohio OH732 Harrison Township,Knox County, 0.0000165369% Ohio OH733 Harrison Township,Licking 0.0003058095% County,Ohio OH734 Harrison Township,Vinton 0.0000199508% County,Ohio OH735 Harrison Township,Montgomery 0.0328749640% County,Ohio OH736 Harrison Township,Muskingum 0.0004112679% County,Ohio OH737 Harrison Township,Paulding 0.0000657831% County,Ohio OH738 Harrison Township,Perry County, 0.0020762554% Ohio OH739 Harrison Township,Pickaway 0.0068306454% County,Ohio OH740 Harrison Township,Preble 0.0015877060% County,Ohio OH741 Harrison Township, Scioto 0.0071650064% County,Ohio OH742 Harrison Township,Van Wert 0.0001858511% County,Ohio OH743 Harrison Township,Vinton 0.0005201806% County,Ohio OH744 Harrisville Township,Ohio 0.0067192115% OH745 Harrisville Village, Ohio 0.0000619645% OH746 Harrod Village,Ohio 0.0000673593% OH747 Harrison Township,Vinton 0.0007413564% County,Ohio OH748 Hartford Township, Trumbull 0.0014833648% County,Ohio OH749 Hartford Village,Ohio 0.0002502078% OH750 Hartland Township,Ohio 0.0000960882% G-164 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH751 Hartsgrove Township, Ohio 0.0005870417% OH752 Hartville Village,Ohio 0.0099058031% OH753 Harveysburg Village,Ohio 0.0012100978% OH754 Haskins Village,Ohio 0.0008938610% OH755 Haviland Village, Ohio 0.0000511646% OH756 Hayesville Village, Ohio 0.0000894727% OH757 Heath City,Ohio 0.0429986695% OH758 Hebron Village,Ohio 0.0150402674% OH759 Helena Village,Ohio 0.0000542548% OH760 Hemlock Village, Ohio 0.0003549573% OH761 Henrietta Township,Ohio 0.0004674808% OH762 Henry County,Ohio 0.1089766836% OH763 Hicksville Township,Ohio 0.0002096578% OH764 Hicksville Village, Ohio 0.0077242363% OH765 Higginsport Village, Ohio 0.0015866304% OH766 Highland County,Ohio 0.3882850462% OH767 Highland Heights City,Ohio 0.0224853394% OH768 Highland Hills Village, Ohio 0.0015764629% OH769 Highland Township,Defiance 0.0027365866% County,Ohio OH770 Highland Township,Muskingum 0.0001705257% County,Ohio OH771 Highland Village,Ohio 0.0000677557% OH772 Hilliard City,Ohio 0.0500136505% OH773 Hills and Dales Village,Ohio 0.0006069453% OH774 Hillsboro City, Ohio 0.0707143136% OH775 Hinckley Township,Ohio 0.0165323306% OH776 Hiram Township,Ohio 0.0008287315% OH777 Hiram Village, Ohio 0.0032539898% OH778 Hocking County,Ohio 0.2559590488% OH779 Holgate Village, Ohio 0.0002774838% OH780 Holiday City Village, Ohio 0.0000613051% OH781 Holland Village,Ohio 0.0097536077% OH782 Hollansburg Village,Ohio 0.0003567645% OH783 Holloway Village,Ohio 0.0002671536% OH784 Holmes County,Ohio 0.1337033098% OH785 Holmes Township, Ohio 0.0003480370% OH786 Holmesville Village, Ohio 0.0000436236% OH787 Homer Township,Medina County, 0.0010864103% Ohio OH788 Homer Township,Morgan 0.0001820827% County,Ohio OH789 Hopedale Village,Ohio 0.0002767288% OH790 Hopewell Township,Licking 0.0002502078% County,Ohio OH791 Hopewell Township,Muskingum 0.0007422883% County,Ohio OH792 Hopewell Township,Perry 0.0012909360% County,Ohio G-165 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH793 Hopewell Township, Seneca 0.0001303525% County,Ohio OH794 Howard Township, Ohio 0.0000496108% OH795 Howland Township,Ohio 0.0502639031% OH796 Hoytville Village, Ohio 0.0002378935% OH797 Hubbard City,Ohio 0.0289341396% OH798 Hubbard Township,Ohio 0.0153110532% OH799 Huber Heights City,Ohio 0.1252489167% OH800 Hudson City,Ohio 0.0660214283% OH801 Hunting Valley Village,Ohio 0.0076690112% OH802 Huntington Township,Brown 0.0072244638% County,Ohio OH803 Huntington Township,Ross 0.0066106570% County,Ohio OH804 Huntsburg Township, Ohio 0.0006508198% OH805 Huntsville Village, Ohio 0.0008479077% OH806 Huron City, Ohio 0.0302737409% OH807 Huron County, Ohio 0.3638859630% OH808 Huron Township,Ohio 0.0007791800% OH809 Independence City,Ohio 0.0311578609% OH810 Independence Township,Ohio 0.0000751984% OH811 Irondale Village,Ohio 0.0001593821% OH812 Ironton City, Ohio 0.0888572696% OH813 Island Creek Township, Ohio 0.0026616805% OH814 Israel Township, Ohio 0.0004746750% OH815 Ithaca Village,Ohio 0.0003813690% OH816 Jackson Center Village,Ohio 0.0015263144% OH817 Jackson City, Ohio 0.0556665988% OH818 Jackson County, Ohio 0.4838159524% OH819 Jackson Township,Allen County, 0.0004227108% Ohio OH820 Jackson Township,Ashland 0.0000162678% County,Ohio OH821 Jackson Township,Auglaize 0.0003115915% County,Ohio OH822 Jackson Township,Brown County, 0.0004961005% Ohio OH823 Jackson Township,Clermont 0.0014652778% County,Ohio OH824 Jackson Township,Coshocton 0.0005510719% County,Ohio OH825 Jackson Township,Crawford 0.0000108762% County,Ohio OH826 Jackson Township,Franklin 0.0661350150% County,Ohio OH827 Jackson Township,Guernsey 0.0010334405% County,Ohio OH828 Jackson Township,Hardin 0.0015327348% County,Ohio G-166 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH829 Jackson Township,Highland 0.0000451704% County,Ohio OH830 Jackson Township,Jackson 0.0001105044% County,Ohio OH831 Jackson Township,Mahoning 0.0058960862% County,Ohio OH832 Jackson Township,Monroe 0.0000561065% County,Ohio OH833 Jackson Township,Montgomery 0.0086323757% County,Ohio OH834 Jackson Township,Muskingum 0.0011435253% County,Ohio OH835 Jackson Township,Noble County, 0.0001207342% Ohio OH836 Jackson Township,Monroe 0.0001534939% County,Ohio OH837 Jackson Township,Pickaway 0.0001894702% County,Ohio OH838 Jackson Township,Pike County, 0.0004309715% Ohio OH839 Jackson Township,Richland 0.0004638706% County,Ohio OH840 Jackson Township, Sandusky 0.0004340387% County,Ohio OH841 Jackson Township, Seneca 0.0004311659% County,Ohio OH842 Jackson Township, Shelby 0.0013665838% County,Ohio OH843 Jackson Township, Stark County, 0.1371869620% Ohio OH844 Jackson Township,Union County, 0.0001416902% Ohio OH845 Jackson Township,Vinton 0.0000910316% County,Ohio OH846 Jackson Township,Wood County, 0.0001346914% Ohio OH847 Jackson Township,Wyandot 0.0001214367% County,Ohio OH848 Jacksonburg Village, Ohio 0.0002870780% OH849 Jacksonville Village,Ohio 0.0008441727% OH850 Jamestown Village,Ohio 0.0034877253% OH851 Jefferson County, Ohio 0.6622324840% OH852 Jefferson Township,Adams 0.0007642272% County,Ohio OH853 Jefferson Township,Brown 0.0006821382% County,Ohio OH854 Jefferson Township,Clinton 0.0014720474% County,Ohio G-167 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH855 Jefferson Township,Coshocton 0.0000612302% County,Ohio OH856 Jefferson Township,Crawford 0.0004567985% County,Ohio OH857 Jefferson Township,Fayette 0.0005898074% County,Ohio OH858 Jefferson Township,Franklin 0.0261561693% County,Ohio OH859 Jefferson Township,Greene 0.0000619123% County,Ohio OH860 Jefferson Township,Guernsey 0.0000679895% County,Ohio OH861 Jefferson Township,Jackson 0.0000828783% County,Ohio OH862 Jefferson Township,Knox County, 0.0006284039% Ohio OH863 Jefferson Township,Logan 0.0002493846% County,Ohio OH864 Jefferson Township,Madison 0.0262668976% County,Ohio OH865 Jefferson Township,Montgomery 0.0133322246% County,Ohio OH866 Jefferson Township,Muskingum 0.0005015462% County,Ohio OH867 Jefferson Township,Noble 0.0000172477% County,Ohio OH868 Jefferson Township,Preble 0.0008020371% County,Ohio OH869 Jefferson Township,Richland 0.0017662765% County,Ohio OH870 Jefferson Township,Ross County, 0.0009148677% Ohio OH871 Jefferson Township, Scioto 0.0036109358% County,Ohio OH872 Jefferson Township,Tuscarawas 0.0008079949% County,Ohio OH873 Jefferson Township,Williams 0.0002200224% County,Ohio OH874 Jefferson Village, Ohio 0.0039566613% OH875 Jeffersonville Village,Ohio 0.0000112344% OH876 Jenera Village, Ohio 0.0001194701% OH877 Jennings Township,Ohio 0.0002731862% OH878 Jerome Township,Ohio 0.0044044550% OH879 Jeromesville Village,Ohio 0.0003085668% OH880 Jerry City Village, Ohio 0.0003417298% OH881 Jersey Township, Ohio 0.0017699883% OH882 Jerusalem Township,Ohio 0.0021563480% OH883 Jerusalem Village, Ohio 0.0000311703% OH884 Jewett Village, Ohio 0.0001813051% G-168 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH885 Johnson Township,Ohio 0.0002326265% OH886 Johnston Township,Ohio 0.0002216522% OH887 Johnstown Village, Ohio 0.0092206199% OH888 Junction City Village,Ohio 0.0017212480% OH889 Kalida Village, Ohio 0.0022682733% OH890 Kelleys Island Village,Ohio 0.0028777715% OH891 Kent City, Ohio 0.0513285414% OH892 Kenton City, Ohio 0.0306658035% OH893 Kettering City, Ohio 0.3384195127% OH894 Kettlersville Village,Ohio 0.0000266218% OH895 Killbuck Township,Ohio 0.0002093931% OH896 Killbuck Village, Ohio 0.0010702314% OH897 Kingston Township,Ohio 0.0000164977% OH898 Kingston Village, Ohio 0.0076824625% OH899 Kingsville Township, Ohio 0.0011036385% OH900 Kinsman Township,Ohio 0.0020801208% OH901 Kipton Village, Ohio 0.0000973918% OH902 Kirby Village,Ohio 0.0000472254% OH903 Kirkersville Village,Ohio 0.0005560173% OH904 Kirkwood Township, Ohio 0.0000140607% OH905 Kirtland City,Ohio 0.0223930205% OH906 Kirtland Hills Village, Ohio 0.0096850050% OH907 Knox County,Ohio 0.3115395206% OH908 Knox Township, Columbiana 0.0005191487% County,Ohio OH909 Knox Township, Guernsey 0.0002039685% County,Ohio OH910 Knox Township,Jefferson County, 0.0010041070% Ohio OH911 Knox Township,Vinton County, 0.0001170406% Ohio OH912 La Grange Township, Ohio 0.0042170664% OH913 La Rue Village,Ohio 0.0006694539% OH914 Lafayette Township,Ohio 0.0073805047% OH915 Lafayette Village, Ohio 0.0000886329% OH916 Lagrange Village, Ohio 0.0054247251% OH917 Lake County,Ohio 1.2794251773% OH918 Lake Township, Stark County, 0.0367336076% Ohio OH919 Lake Township,Wood County, 0.0141058613% Ohio OH920 Lakeline Village, Ohio 0.0000947652% OH921 Lakemore Village,Ohio 0.0083562888% OH922 Lakeview Village,Ohio 0.0008279569% OH923 Lakewood City,Ohio 0.1008106545% OH924 Lancaster City, Ohio 0.1565040398% OH925 Latty Township, Ohio 0.0000877108% OH926 Latty Village,Ohio 0.0000219277% OH927 Laura Village,Ohio 0.0001135686% G-169 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH928 Laurel Township, Ohio 0.0001089904% OH929 Laurelville Village, Ohio 0.0007183460% OH930 Lawrence County,Ohio 0.5322395718% OH931 Lawrence Township,Lawrence 0.0093186258% County,Ohio OH932 Lawrence Township, Stark 0.0140521883% County,Ohio OH933 Lawrence Township, Tuscarawas 0.0052322595% County,Ohio OH934 Lawrence Township,Washington 0.0000334215% County,Ohio OH935 Lebanon City, Ohio 0.0873597515% OH936 Lebanon Township,Ohio 0.0004736376% OH937 Lee Township,Athens County, 0.0005836255% Ohio OH938 Lee Township, Carroll County, 0.0000980404% Ohio OH939 Lee Township,Monroe County, 0.0000872768% Ohio OH940 Leesburg Township, Ohio 0.0001989692% OH941 Leesburg Village,Ohio 0.0054882077% OH942 Leesville Village, Ohio 0.0000217868% OH943 Leetonia Village, Ohio 0.0074544436% OH944 Leipsic Village,Ohio 0.0030629968% OH945 Lemon Township, Ohio 0.0041524079% OH946 Lenox Township,Ohio 0.0002582984% OH947 Leroy Township,Ohio 0.0053731877% OH948 Letart Township,Ohio 0.0005413001% OH949 Lewis Township,Ohio 0.0039998104% OH950 Lewisburg Village, Ohio 0.0132254277% OH951 Lewisville Village,Ohio 0.0001745536% OH952 Lexington Township,Ohio 0.0014349065% OH953 Lexington Village, Ohio 0.0093220146% OH954 Liberty Center Village,Ohio 0.0002842517% OH955 Liberty Township,Adams County, 0.0005534059% Ohio OH956 Liberty Township,Butler County, 0.1149425287% Ohio OH957 Liberty Township, Clinton 0.0016058699% County,Ohio OH958 Liberty Township, Crawford 0.0001413900% County,Ohio OH959 Liberty Township,Darke County, 0.0010825959% Ohio OH960 Liberty Township,Delaware 0.0646792482% County,Ohio OH961 Liberty Township, Guernsey 0.0001631748% County,Ohio G-170 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH962 Liberty Township,Hancock 0.0013703927% County,Ohio OH963 Liberty Township,Hardin County, 0.0010773571% Ohio OH964 Liberty Township,Henry County, 0.0006632539% Ohio OH965 Liberty Township,Highland 0.0016487208% County,Ohio OH966 Liberty Township,Jackson 0.0018785750% County,Ohio OH967 Liberty Township,Knox County, 0.0003803498% Ohio OH968 Liberty Township,Licking 0.0000926695% County,Ohio OH969 Liberty Township,Logan County, 0.0003591138% Ohio OH970 Liberty Township,Mercer County, 0.0002526633% Ohio OH971 Liberty Township,Putnam 0.0002235160% County,Ohio OH972 Liberty Township, Seneca County, 0.0003409218% Ohio OH973 Liberty Township,Trumbull 0.0688997396% County,Ohio OH974 Liberty Township,Union County, 0.0017726349% Ohio OH975 Liberty Township,Wood County, 0.0002142817% Ohio OH976 Lick Township,Ohio 0.0000552522% OH977 Licking County,Ohio 0.7119059883% OH978 Licking Township,Licking 0.0031507646% County,Ohio OH979 Licking Township,Muskingum 0.0012839582% County,Ohio OH980 Lima City,Ohio 0.1727455397% OH981 Limaville Village, Ohio 0.0003869608% OH982 Lincoln Heights Village,Ohio 0.0083419326% OH983 Lincoln Township, Ohio 0.0001771237% OH984 Lindsey Village,Ohio 0.0006510581% OH985 Linndale Village,Ohio 0.0028091858% OH986 Lisbon Village, Ohio 0.0009584285% OH987 Litchfield Township, Ohio 0.0019838797% OH988 Lithopolis Village,Ohio 0.0014069809% OH989 Liverpool Township, Columbiana 0.0053112911% County,Ohio OH990 Liverpool Township,Medina 0.0054202427% County,Ohio OH991 Lockbourne Village,Ohio 0.0000076368% OH992 Lockington Village, Ohio 0.0000443696% G-171 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH993 Lockland Village, Ohio 0.0146296956% OH994 Lodi Township, Ohio 0.0003856097% OH995 Lodi Village,Ohio 0.0068845348% OH996 Logan City, Ohio 0.0081742815% OH997 Logan County, Ohio 0.2671308245% OH998 Logan Township,Ohio 0.0001602471% OH999 London City,Ohio 0.0432082694% OH1000 Londonderry Township,Ohio 0.0001223811% OH1001 Lorain City, Ohio 0.2833225817% OH1002 Lorain County, Ohio 1.3357776870% OH1003 Lordstown Village,Ohio 0.0208012082% OH1004 Lore City Village,Ohio 0.0001903706% OH1005 Lostcreek Township, Ohio 0.0008063368% OH1006 Loudon Township, Carroll 0.0003703748% County,Ohio OH1007 Loudon Township, Seneca 0.0000802169% County,Ohio OH1008 Loudonville Village, Ohio 0.0063961356% OH1009 Louisville City,Ohio 0.0170110645% OH1010 Loveland City, Ohio 0.0476149868% OH1011 Lowell Village,Ohio 0.0000835538% OH1012 Lowellville Village, Ohio 0.0039921417% OH1013 Lower Salem Village,Ohio 0.0000220891% OH1014 Lucas County,Ohio 3.1972089435% OH1015 Lucas Village,Ohio 0.0007671706% OH1016 Luckey Village,Ohio 0.0005693772% OH1017 Ludlow Falls Village, Ohio 0.0002558525% OH1018 Ludlow Township, Ohio 0.0000501323% OH1019 Lykens Township, Ohio 0.0000217523% OH1020 Lynchburg Village, Ohio 0.0028908592% OH1021 Lyndhurst City,Ohio 0.0338761729% OH1022 Lynn Township, Ohio 0.0000111068% OH1023 Lyons Village,Ohio 0.0001442518% OH1024 Macedonia City,Ohio 0.0527014847% OH1025 Macksburg Village, Ohio 0.0000477742% OH1026 Mad River Township,Champaign 0.0003806616% County,Ohio OH1027 Mad River Township,Clark 0.0132962505% County,Ohio OH1028 Madeira City,Ohio 0.0133187012% OH1029 Madison County,Ohio 0.2562654482% OH1030 Madison Township,Butler 0.0065436778% County,Ohio OH1031 Madison Township,Clark County, 0.0028035083% Ohio OH1032 Madison Township,Columbiana 0.0001863611% County,Ohio OH1033 Madison Township,Fayette 0.0003651188% County,Ohio G-172 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1034 Madison Township,Franklin 0.0648596631% County,Ohio OH1035 Madison Township,Guernsey 0.0001087832% County,Ohio OH1036 Madison Township,Hancock 0.0001546084% County,Ohio OH1037 Madison Township,Highland 0.0000451704% County,Ohio OH1038 Madison Township,Lake County, 0.0185550292% Ohio OH1039 Madison Township,Licking 0.0016124501% County,Ohio OH1040 Madison Township,Muskingum 0.0000200618% County,Ohio OH1041 Madison Township,Pickaway 0.0005781272% County,Ohio OH1042 Madison Township,Richland 0.0162443911% County,Ohio OH1043 Madison Township, Sandusky 0.0010398844% County,Ohio OH1044 Madison Township, Scioto 0.0090415557% County,Ohio OH1045 Madison Township,Williams 0.0001650168% County,Ohio OH1046 Madison Village,Ohio 0.0069557668% OH1047 Magnetic Springs Village,Ohio 0.0003286007% OH1048 Magnolia Village,Ohio 0.0039121470% OH1049 Mahoning County,Ohio 1.6000258367% OH1050 Maineville Village,Ohio 0.0020362222% OH1051 Malaga Township,Ohio 0.0000561065% OH1052 Malinta Village,Ohio 0.0000609111% OH1053 Malta Village,Ohio 0.0001392397% OH1054 Malvern Village, Ohio 0.0005882424% OH1055 Manchester Township, Ohio 0.0013966912% OH1056 Manchester Village,Ohio 0.0025562084% OH1057 Mansfield City,Ohio 0.2140405926% OH1058 Mantua Township,Ohio 0.0000649985% OH1059 Mantua Village, Ohio 0.0015884020% OH1060 Maple Heights City, Ohio 0.0395380059% OH1061 Marble Cliff Village, Ohio 0.0004658471% OH1062 Marblehead Village,Ohio 0.0019235388% OH1063 Marengo Village,Ohio 0.0002597814% OH1064 Margaretta Township,Ohio 0.0078229674% OH1065 Mariemont Village,Ohio 0.0153812210% OH1066 Marietta City, Ohio 0.0852917164% OH1067 Marietta Township,Ohio 0.0002088845% OH1068 Marion City, Ohio 0.2496505326% OH1069 Marion County, Ohio 0.3374233828% G-173 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1070 Marion Township,Allen County, 0.0001840837% Ohio OH1071 Marion Township, Clinton 0.0020965523% County,Ohio OH1072 Marion Township,Fayette County, 0.0007695582% Ohio OH1073 Marion Township,Hardin County, 0.0006108726% Ohio OH1074 Marion Township,Henry County, 0.0000947506% Ohio OH1075 Marion Township,Hocking 0.0001634856% County,Ohio OH1076 Marion Township,Marion County, 0.0526451142% Ohio OH1077 Marion Township,Mercer County, 0.0015069562% Ohio OH1078 Marion Township,Pike County, 0.0001943597% Ohio OH1079 Mark Township,Ohio 0.0001324155% OH1080 Marlboro Township,Delaware 0.0001979724% County,Ohio OH1081 Marlboro Township, Stark County, 0.0048193068% Ohio OH1082 Marseilles Township, Ohio 0.0000067465% OH1083 Marseilles Village,Ohio 0.0000067465% OH1084 Marshall Township, Ohio 0.0006323861% OH1085 Marshallville Village, Ohio 0.0004600557% OH1086 Martins Ferry City, Ohio 0.0347299689% OH1087 Martinsburg Village,Ohio 0.0000165369% OH1088 Martinsville Village, Ohio 0.0006022012% OH1089 Mary Ann Township, Ohio 0.0009452294% OH1090 Marysville City,Ohio 0.0386422342% OH1091 Mason City,Ohio 0.1510527828% OH1092 Mason Township, Ohio 0.0000347710% OH1093 Massie Township, Ohio 0.0001279911% OH1094 Massillon City,Ohio 0.1194930798% OH1095 Matamoras Village, Ohio 0.0003175044% OH1096 Maumee City, Ohio 0.0830057490% OH1097 Mayfield Heights City, Ohio 0.0460098010% OH1098 Mayfield Village, Ohio 0.0222206201% OH1099 McArthur Village, Ohio 0.0034201873% OH1100 McClure Village,Ohio 0.0000744469% OH1101 McComb Village, Ohio 0.0019536880% OH1102 McConnelsville Village,Ohio 0.0038344466% OH1103 McDonald Township,Ohio 0.0004331642% OH1104 McDonald Village, Ohio 0.0085762358% OH1105 McGuffey Village,Ohio 0.0000111068% OH1106 McKean Township, Ohio 0.0016773188% OH1107 McLean Township, Ohio 0.0000088739% G-174 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1108 Mead Township,Ohio 0.0016310431% OH1109 Mecca Township,Ohio 0.0015686157% OH1110 Mechanicsburg Village,Ohio 0.0059742716% OH1111 Medina City, Ohio 0.0850942672% OH1112 Medina County, Ohio 0.7825696764% OH1113 Medina Township,Ohio 0.0180792844% OH1114 Meigs County,Ohio 0.1986571471% OH1115 Meigs Township, Ohio 0.0019764498% OH1116 Meigsville Township,Ohio 0.0000749752% OH1117 Melrose Village, Ohio 0.0001123652% OH1118 Mendon Village,Ohio 0.0000902369% OH1119 Mentor City, Ohio 0.2495262895% OH1120 Mentor-On-The-Lake City,Ohio 0.0195974466% OH1121 Mercer County, Ohio 0.1655486085% OH1122 Mesopotamia Township,Ohio 0.0029496795% OH1123 Metamora Village, Ohio 0.0001589872% OH1124 Meyers Lake Village,Ohio 0.0015027860% OH1125 Miami County, Ohio 0.5778482109% OH1126 Miami Township,Clermont 0.2187745945% County,Ohio OH1127 Miami Township,Greene County, 0.0056649739% Ohio OH1128 Miami Township,Hamilton 0.0222368033% County,Ohio OH1129 Miami Township,Logan County, 0.0002394092% Ohio OH1130 Miami Township,Montgomery 0.1354683508% County,Ohio OH1131 Miamisburg City, Ohio 0.1660413479% OH1132 Middle Point Village,Ohio 0.0010159860% OH1133 Middleburg Heights City,Ohio 0.0377244809% OH1134 Middlebury Township,Ohio 0.0002811281% OH1135 Middlefield Village, Ohio 0.0110639374% OH1136 Middleport Village, Ohio 0.0066985891% OH1137 Middleton Township, Columbiana 0.0013311506% County,Ohio OH1138 Middleton Township,Wood 0.0032264709% County,Ohio OH1139 Middletown City, Ohio 0.5826547123% OH1140 Midland Village, Ohio 0.0000223037% OH1141 Midvale Village,Ohio 0.0004926798% OH1142 Midway Village,Ohio 0.0006778443% OH1143 Mifflin Township,Ashland 0.0003416231% County,Ohio OH1144 Mifflin Township,Franklin 0.0915733216% County,Ohio OH1145 Mifflin Township,Pike County, 0.0001267563% Ohio G-175 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1146 Mifflin Township,Richland 0.0080552911% County,Ohio OH1147 Mifflin Township,Wyandot 0.0001214367% County,Ohio OH1148 Mifflin Village, Ohio 0.0001545438% OH1149 Milan Township,Ohio 0.0020258680% OH1150 Milan Village,Ohio 0.0040820332% OH1151 Milford Center Village, Ohio 0.0000633084% OH1152 Milford City,Ohio 0.0751522099% OH1153 Milford Township,Butler County, 0.0015672512% Ohio OH1154 Milford Township,Defiance 0.0002979348% County,Ohio OH1155 Mill Creek Township, Coshocton 0.0000229613% County,Ohio OH1156 Mill Creek Township,Williams 0.0000628635% County,Ohio OH1157 Mill Township, Ohio 0.0121593375% OH1158 Millbury Village, Ohio 0.0009905091% OH1159 Millcreek Township,Ohio 0.0000180881% OH1160 Milledgeville Village,Ohio 0.0000257235% OH1161 Miller City Village, Ohio 0.0000248351% OH1162 Miller Township, Ohio 0.0008599212% OH1163 Millersburg Village,Ohio 0.0018263731% OH1164 Millersport Village, Ohio 0.0058664571% OH1165 Millville Village,Ohio 0.0076100550% OH1166 Millwood Township, Ohio 0.0000543916% OH1167 Milton Center Village,Ohio 0.0000061223% OH1168 Milton Township,Ashland 0.0000162678% County,Ohio OH1169 Milton Township,Mahoning 0.0048642711% County,Ohio OH1170 Miltonsburg Village,Ohio 0.0000172975% OH1171 Mineral City Village,Ohio 0.0026506173% OH1172 Minerva Park Village,Ohio 0.0030776456% OH1173 Minerva Village, Ohio 0.0118214870% OH1174 Mingo Junction Village, Ohio 0.0074909571% OH1175 Minster Village,Ohio 0.0056442578% OH1176 Mississinawa Township,Ohio 0.0003444623% OH1177 Mogadore Village, Ohio 0.0107618198% OH1178 Monclova Township, Ohio 0.0108181339% OH1179 Monday Creek Township,Ohio 0.0000430312% OH1180 Monroe City, Ohio 0.1198391105% OH1181 Monroe County, Ohio 0.0768222745% OH1182 Monroe Township,Adams 0.0016865705% County,Ohio OH1183 Monroe Township,Allen County, 0.0002727166% Ohio G-176 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1184 Monroe Township,Carroll 0.0010130841% County,Ohio OH1185 Monroe Township,Clermont 0.0034821896% County,Ohio OH1186 Monroe Township,Darke County, 0.0006151113% Ohio OH1187 Monroe Township,Guernsey 0.0001903706% County,Ohio OH1188 Monroe Township,Harrison 0.0003530677% County,Ohio OH1189 Monroe Township,Knox County, 0.0021828768% Ohio OH1190 Monroe Township,Licking 0.0160503654% County,Ohio OH1191 Monroe Township,Logan County, 0.0001895323% Ohio OH1192 Monroe Township,Muskingum 0.0001203711% County,Ohio OH1193 Monroe Township,Perry County, 0.0000753046% Ohio OH1194 Monroe Township,Pickaway 0.0003740823% County,Ohio OH1195 Monroe Township,Preble County, 0.0020296448% Ohio OH1196 Monroe Township,Putnam 0.0007698884% County,Ohio OH1197 Monroe Township,Richland 0.0011596765% County,Ohio OH1198 Monroeville Village,Ohio 0.0057515643% OH1199 Monterey Township,Ohio 0.0001158972% OH1200 Montezuma Village,Ohio 0.0003248528% OH1201 Montgomery City, Ohio 0.0491831661% OH1202 Montgomery County, Ohio 5.1644746001% OH1203 Montgomery Township,Marion 0.0007252418% County,Ohio OH1204 Montgomery Township,Wood 0.0011448768% County,Ohio OH1205 Montpelier Village,Ohio 0.0054141221% OH1206 Montville Township, Geauga 0.0005742528% County,Ohio OH1207 Montville Township,Medina 0.0202875314% County,Ohio OH1208 Moorefield Township,Ohio 0.0090773788% OH1209 Moraine City, Ohio 0.0890573422% OH1210 Moreland Hills Village,Ohio 0.0034611065% OH1211 Morgan County, Ohio 0.0873568346% OH1212 Morgan Township,Ashtabula 0.0013032327% County,Ohio G-177 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1213 Morgan Township,Butler County, 0.0060266465% Ohio OH1214 Morgan Township,Gallia County, 0.0004498495% Ohio OH1215 Morgan Township,Knox County, 0.0013394926% Ohio OH1216 Morgan Township, Scioto County, 0.0014216283% Ohio OH1217 Morral Village, Ohio 0.0008926053% OH1218 Morris Township, Ohio 0.0000330739% OH1219 Morristown Village,Ohio 0.0004780643% OH1220 Morrow County, Ohio 0.2192732037% OH1221 Morrow Village, Ohio 0.0015475289% OH1222 Moscow Village,Ohio 0.0010343137% OH1223 Moulton Township, Ohio 0.0002403706% OH1224 Mount Blanchard Village,Ohio 0.0000632489% OH1225 Mount Cory Village, Ohio 0.0001194701% OH1226 Mount Eaton Village,Ohio 0.0003286112% OH1227 Mount Gilead Village,Ohio 0.0047705309% OH1228 Mount Healthy City,Ohio 0.0150472097% OH1229 Mount Orab Village, Ohio 0.0858253892% OH1230 Mount Pleasant Township,Ohio 0.0009562924% OH1231 Mount Pleasant Village,Ohio 0.0001593821% OH1232 Mount Sterling Village,Ohio 0.0092167280% OH1233 Mount Vernon City, Ohio 0.0916146794% OH1234 Mount Victory Village,Ohio 0.0003726928% OH1235 Mowrystown Village,Ohio 0.0099826658% OH1236 Munroe Falls City,Ohio 0.0144765234% OH1237 Munson Township,Ohio 0.0126431327% OH1238 Murray City Village,Ohio 0.0003666041% OH1239 Muskingum County,Ohio 0.5186890264% OH1240 Muskingum Township, Ohio 0.0034591272% OH1241 Mutual Village, Ohio 0.0000512624% OH1242 Napoleon City, Ohio 0.0200262083% OH1243 Napoleon Township,Ohio 0.0008595230% OH1244 Nashville Village,Ohio 0.0001163295% OH1245 Navarre Village,Ohio 0.0045125337% OH1246 Nellie Village, Ohio 0.0000766034% OH1247 Nelsonville City, Ohio 0.0153618582% OH1248 Nevada Village, Ohio 0.0000539719% OH1249 Neville Village,Ohio 0.0000172386% OH1250 New Albany City, Ohio 0.0355984449% OH1251 New Alexandria Village,Ohio 0.0001593821% OH1252 New Athens Village,Ohio 0.0001049661% OH1253 New Bavaria Village,Ohio 0.0001925555% OH1254 New Bloomington Village,Ohio 0.0006286558% OH1255 New Boston Village,Ohio 0.0217793450% OH1256 New Bremen Village, Ohio 0.0076829566% OH1257 New Carlisle City,Ohio 0.0121258538% G-178 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1258 New Concord Village,Ohio 0.0073426360% OH1259 New Franklin City, Ohio 0.0293867642% OH1260 New Haven Township, Ohio 0.0016334992% OH1261 New Holland Village,Ohio 0.0001903085% OH1262 New Jasper Township, Ohio 0.0016406755% OH1263 New Knoxville Village, Ohio 0.0011840478% OH1264 New Lebanon Village, Ohio 0.0058388430% OH1265 New Lexington Village, Ohio 0.0129954223% OH1266 New London Township, Ohio 0.0002882646% OH1267 New London Village,Ohio 0.0030473682% OH1268 New Madison Village,Ohio 0.0016608005% OH1269 New Market Township,Ohio 0.0002484374% OH1270 New Miami Village, Ohio 0.0024074272% OH1271 New Middletown Village,Ohio 0.0007615778% OH1272 New Paris Village,Ohio 0.0016204423% OH1273 New Philadelphia City, Ohio 0.0774788253% OH1274 New Richmond Village, Ohio 0.0330808011% OH1275 New Riegel Village,Ohio 0.0002406507% OH1276 New Russia Township,Ohio 0.0008375698% OH1277 New Straitsville Village,Ohio 0.0021300444% OH1278 New Vienna Village, Ohio 0.0009144537% OH1279 New Washington Village,Ohio 0.0012290055% OH1280 New Waterford Village, Ohio 0.0048586998% OH1281 New Weston Village, Ohio 0.0000861156% OH1282 Newark City, Ohio 0.1777772576% OH1283 Newark Township,Ohio 0.0018255901% OH1284 Newberry Township,Ohio 0.0019874499% OH1285 Newburgh Heights Village,Ohio 0.0042789708% OH1286 Newbury Township, Ohio 0.0027755552% OH1287 Newcomerstown Village,Ohio 0.0076759513% OH1288 Newton Falls Village,Ohio 0.0365044154% OH1289 Newton Township,Licking 0.0011027676% County,Ohio OH1290 Newton Township,Muskingum 0.0020262466% County,Ohio OH1291 Newton Township,Pike County, 0.0002281614% Ohio OH1292 Newton Township,Trumbull 0.0026939270% County,Ohio OH1293 Newtonsville Village,Ohio 0.0005516340% OH1294 Newtown Village, Ohio 0.0057282940% OH1295 Ney Village, Ohio 0.0000662077% OH1296 Nile Township, Ohio 0.0052315920% OH1297 Niles City,Ohio 0.1643806952% OH1298 Nimishillen Township,Ohio 0.0122610291% OH1299 Noble County, Ohio 0.0987433126% OH1300 Noble Township,Auglaize 0.0000089026% County,Ohio G-179 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1301 Noble Township,Defiance 0.0003420733% County,Ohio OH1302 Noble Township,Noble County, 0.0008278915% Ohio OH1303 North Baltimore Village,Ohio 0.0034529973% OH1304 North Bend Village, Ohio 0.0025608089% OH1305 North Bloomfield Township, Ohio 0.0004132886% OH1306 North Canton City,Ohio 0.0524878920% OH1307 North College Hill City,Ohio 0.0194144077% OH1308 North Fairfield Village, Ohio 0.0000686344% OH1309 North Hampton Village, Ohio 0.0018236413% OH1310 North Kingsville Village,Ohio 0.0058586766% OH1311 North Lewisburg Village,Ohio 0.0040569220% OH1312 North Olmsted City,Ohio 0.0399884238% OH1313 North Perry Village,Ohio 0.0021416939% OH1314 North Randall Village, Ohio 0.0010272691% OH1315 North Ridgeville City, Ohio 0.1099748579% OH1316 North Robinson Village, Ohio 0.0000652569% OH1317 North Royalton City,Ohio 0.0490362937% OH1318 North Star Village, Ohio 0.0006041028% OH1319 North Township, Ohio 0.0006202542% OH1320 Northfield Center Township,Ohio 0.0055419447% OH1321 Northfield Village,Ohio 0.0204907382% OH1322 Northwest Township, Ohio 0.0003378915% OH1323 Northwood City,Ohio 0.0154037964% OH1324 Norton City,Ohio 0.0374368018% OH1325 Norwalk City,Ohio 0.0671930963% OH1326 Norwalk Township,Ohio 0.0009746088% OH1327 Norwich Township,Franklin 0.0881825657% County,Ohio OH1328 Norwich Township,Huron 0.0005490754% County,Ohio OH1329 Norwich Village, Ohio 0.0000776491% OH1330 Norwood City, Ohio 0.1133550899% OH1331 Nottingham Township, Ohio 0.0002290169% OH1332 Oak Harbor Village,Ohio 0.0043210926% OH1333 Oak Hill Village, Ohio 0.0009945397% OH1334 Oakwood City, Ohio 0.0665292396% OH1335 Oakwood Village, Cuyahoga 0.0160412015% County,Ohio OH1336 Oakwood Village,Paulding 0.0006103209% County,Ohio OH1337 Oberlin City, Ohio 0.0523286319% OH1338 Obetz Village,Ohio 0.0012677151% OH1339 Octa Village,Ohio 0.0000132032% OH1340 Ohio City Village, Ohio 0.0013381279% OH1341 Ohio Township, Clermont County, 0.0024995915% Ohio G-180 WITH TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS 02.03.2023 Consolidated State State ID Qualifying Subdivision Allocation OH1342 Ohio Township,Monroe County, 0.0002805325% Ohio OH1343 Old Washington Village,Ohio 0.0016589439% OH1344 Olive Township,Meigs County, 0.0005413001% Ohio OH1345 Olive Township,Noble County, 0.0002069729% Ohio OH1346 Olmsted Falls City, Ohio 0.0116318466% OH1347 Olmsted Township,Ohio 0.0148163807% OH1348 Ontario City, Ohio 0.0192773910% OH1349 Orange Township,Ashland 0.0004880329% County,Ohio OH1350 Orange Township, Carroll County, 0.0003703748% Ohio OH1351 Orange Township,Delaware 0.0531556020% County,Ohio OH1352 Orange Township,Meigs County, 0.0003383126% Ohio OH1353 Orange Township, Shelby County, 0.0011891054% Ohio OH1354 Orange Village,Ohio 0.0100237754% OH1355 Orangeville Village, Ohio 0.0005285553% OH1356 Oregon City,Ohio 0.0936692081% OH1357 Orrville City, Ohio 0.0089614214% OH1358 Orwell Township,Ohio 0.0004813742% OH1359 Orwell Villa