37 states have no aggregate limit of any kind. Many that do are among the worst run.

States are the laboratories of our democracy, and they are doing just fine without aggregate limits. In fact, there is no evidence that the thirteen states with aggregate limits benefit in any way. The Pew Center on the States and Governing Magazine graded all 50 states for the quality of their management (information, people, money and infrastructure). Four of the nine states with the worst scores have aggregate limits. Seven of the eight states with the best scores have no aggregate limit.