The Only U.S. State ... #2

Given the statement, name the U.S. state which fits with the clue.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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Last updated: June 17, 2021
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The only U.S. state that ...
has land north of the Arctic Circle
has old-growth giant sequoias
has more than 5 million people living on islands
New York
touches the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean proper
is also a last name used by > 100,000 Americans
borders New Brunswick
is named, partially, for its founder
has no commercial airports
doesn't require people to wear seat belts
New Hampshire
has a legal system partially based on the Napoleonic Code
has a capital city whose name is a common first name in France
South Dakota
has a capital city named for a German
North Dakota
is more than 1/3rd covered by lakes
was once a kingdom
has a non-rectangular flag
every one of its counties is deemed an "urban county"
by the Census Bureau
New Jersey
has two panhandles
West Virginia
has increased in population by more than 1000% since 1960
treats polygamy as a civil infraction, not a crime
is more than 90% covered by farmland
Level 91
Jun 18, 2021
Living in New Jersey and having lived near horse farms, the 1.1 million acre Pine Barrens nature reserve, and the sparsely-populated highlands of Sussex County, I find it very curious that all of this is considered "urban area".
Level 85
Jun 18, 2021
Also, the 2010 census classified 60% of the land and 5% of the population of New Jersey as rural.
Level ∞
Jun 18, 2021
Changed the wording slightly.
Level 79
Jun 18, 2021
To be more precise, New Hampshire is the only state that doesn't require _adults_ to wear seat belts.
Level 78
Jun 18, 2021
Man...New Hampshire really goes hard with Live Free or Die, don't they?
Level 68
Jun 15, 2023
Live free and die.
Level 76
Jun 15, 2023
Beat me to it!
Level 87
Jun 23, 2021
The state partially named for its founder wasn't - it was named after the founder's father.
Level 65
Mar 17, 2023
It's called Penn's Forest instead of just Penn.
Level 87
Jun 26, 2021
You mean Joe Montana is not one of 100,000 Americans with that last name?
Level 65
Jun 15, 2023
Or Hannah Montana
Level 65
Jun 16, 2023
So thats 2
Level 65
Jul 3, 2021
I think that Maryland has 2 panhandles too.
Level 67
Jul 27, 2021
I always learned that West Virginia is the only state with two panhandles, but...looking at a map of Maryland, I can definitely see the argument.
Level 77
Jun 15, 2023
This came to my mind as well. Same with Texas, sort of
Level 46
Jul 31, 2021
I knew Louisiana was historically connected to France, but having a legal system partially based on the Napoleonic Code just takes it to another level
Level 65
Mar 17, 2023
The Napoleonic Code was promulgated the year after the Louisiana Purchase so all it took is a trip to Paris to buy a copy of the book.
Level 57
Nov 6, 2021
Of course I was trying to say Pierre instead of south dakota
Level 66
Jun 15, 2023
The quibble I have is that the French first name is pronounced "pee-air", whereas the capital of SD is pronounced "peer".
Level 70
Mar 18, 2023
I think Helena is a pretty common name in France as well :)
Level 75
Jun 15, 2023
Very surprised to get 4 points on this, I'm clearly getting better at US states :)
Level 46
Jun 15, 2023
According to Utah Law, polygamy or bigamy is a crime. Polygamy is considered a third degree felony in the state. This means you could potentially spend a long time in prison (up to 5 years) and pay hefty fines
Level 79
Sep 28, 2023
The airports question may no longer be valid. Avelo Airlines has been flying regularly scheduled commercial flights out of Wilmington Airport since October 2022.