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Oval Office: Organization DB Profile: All US States

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This page lists all US states mentioned in articles mentioning Oval Office relating to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Oval Office Organization DB Profile.

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District Of Columbia, United States   47.62% (60)
Washington, United States   35.71% (45)
California, United States   29.37% (37)
New York, United States   27.78% (35)
Texas, United States   18.25% (23)
Florida, United States   17.46% (22)
Illinois, United States   17.46% (22)
Alaska, United States   15.08% (19)
Massachusetts, United States   13.49% (17)
Mississippi, United States   13.49% (17)
Louisiana, United States   13.49% (17)
Alabama, United States   11.90% (15)
South Carolina, United States   10.32% (13)
Oklahoma, United States   9.52% (12)
Nevada, United States   9.52% (12)
Virginia, United States   7.94% (10)
Utah, United States   7.14% (9)
New Mexico, United States   7.14% (9)
Tennessee, United States   6.35% (8)
Pennsylvania, United States   6.35% (8)
Ohio, United States   5.56% (7)
Kentucky, United States   5.56% (7)
Indiana, United States   5.56% (7)
Iowa, United States   5.56% (7)
Maine, United States   5.56% (7)
Michigan, United States   4.76% (6)
Idaho, United States   4.76% (6)
New Jersey, United States   4.76% (6)
Oregon, United States   3.97% (5)
Minnesota, United States   3.97% (5)
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