With little immediate relief from the federal government to respond to record inflation, 18 states are sending —or have already sent—payments to taxpayers..

And while some of these payments are for hundreds of dollars, they’re unlikely to have a big impact on inflation. “Plans focused on specific sectors or groups, such as gas cards or disbursements based on income thresholds, in theory could help ease the pain caused by prices of specific goods or services…without putting as much pressure on prices more broadly,” says Andrew Patterson, senior international economist at Vanguard.

Here’s how state governments plan to bring taxpayers relief in a world of surging prices.

Approved State Stimulus and Rebate Check Programs

Eighteen states have approved legislation to get tax rebates flowing to their residents:

Alaska: $3,200 Payments

California: Up to $1,050 Rebate

Colorado: $750 Rebate Payments

Delaware: $300 Rebate Payments

Florida: $450 Payments

Georgia: $250 Rebate Payments

Hawaii: $300 Rebate Payments

Idaho: $75 Rebate Payments

Illinois: $50 and $300 Rebates

Indiana: $325 Rebate Payments

Maine: $850 Direct Relief Payments

Minnesota: $750 Payments for Frontline Workers

New Jersey: $500 Rebate Checks

New Mexico: $500 Rebates

Rhode Island: $250 Rebate per Child

South Carolina: Rebate Checks of up to $800