The list places states like Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Rhode Island in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions for health care, and states like Georgia, Louisiana, and Alabama find themselves at the end of the list in the 51st, 50th, and 49th spots.
This list was updated on July 20th, and several states have moved around on the list since the previous report on July 7th. New York has moved up 16 positions from 45 to 29, Maine has moved up 13 positions from 45 to 32, and Pennsylvania has moved down 21 positions from 28 to 49.
Texas finds its cities on the list several times, including Austin-Round Rock Texas at position 9. After Austin, Dallas comes in at position 72, and then several more Texas cities as the list continues.
It's easy to make a New Year's resolution to clean out your house. If you haven't done it yet, it's probably because you just don't know where to start. Here's a handy list of 30 things you DEFINITELY don't need to keep any longer.