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Do federal, state, and local governments spend more combined money on (1) education, 2) domestic order & safety, (3) healthcare, or (4) national defense?

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During 2016, federal, state, and local governments spent $1.5 trillion on healthcare. This was 59% more than spending on education, 93% more than spending on national defense, and 3.9 times more than spending on public order and safety, including law enforcement, courts, prisons, fire protection, and immigration enforcement.

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