[Update 1: Corrects Ohio’s spending total. An earlier version said the state received $75 million, not $92.8 million.]

ProPublica published a handy map and chart Tuesday to show how the 49 states (sorry, Oklahoma) involved in the mortgage settlement agreement will use their $2.5 billion allotment.

The news outlet breaks it down by categories of whether the money will go to help homeowners, the general fund, investigations or an undetermined purpose. California, for example, has yet to decide what to with its $410.6 million, while Ohio is using much of its $92.8 million to demolish abandoned buildings.

So far roughly just one-fifth of the $2.5 billion is allocated for homeowner aid.

Find the map (and more) at ProPublica.

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