Name a Valid U.S. State - Buildings

Name any of the U.S. states that belong in each selected category.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
Sources: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_by_U.S._state_and_territory; en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_in_the_United_States
See comments for a caveat about the tallest building in Wyoming
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that has at least five buildings taller than 1,000 feet
Illinois | New York
whose tallest completed building has a height over 1,000 feet, other than the states that work as answers to the first question
California | Georgia | Pennsylvania | Texas
whose tallest building is visible at ground level from another state, other than the states that work as answers to the first question
Delaware | Kentucky | Missouri | Nebraska | New Jersey | Oregon | Pennsylvania
whose tallest building is visible at ground level from another country
Michigan
that has multiple cities with buildings taller than 800 feet
California | Pennsylvania | Texas
whose tallest building or observation tower is not in the largest city proper in the state
Alabama | Connecticut | Florida | Maine | Mississippi | Missouri | New Jersey | North Dakota | Ohio | South Carolina
that doesn't touch the ocean or the Great Lakes but has at least one building or observation tower taller than 800 feet
Nevada | Oklahoma
whose tallest completed building has a height under 200 feet
South Dakota | Vermont | Wyoming
whose tallest building has a bank or other financial services company in its name
Arizona | Arkansas | Delaware | Georgia | Hawaii | Maryland | Minnesota | Montana | Nebraska | North Carolina | Ohio | Oregon | Rhode Island | Texas | Utah | Wisconsin | Wyoming
whose tallest building has an oil or energy company in its name
Alaska | Louisiana | Oklahoma
whose tallest building has a telecommunications company in its name
Pennsylvania | South Dakota | Tennessee
whose tallest completed building is a residential building, in whole or in part
Florida | New Jersey | Vermont | Virginia
whose tallest building is a hotel and casino
Mississippi | Nevada
whose tallest building is the state capitol
North Dakota | West Virginia
whose tallest building is a church or converted church
Maine
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In the case of Wyoming, there is a dispute as to the tallest building in the state. Some sources say it is a dormitory at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, while others say it is an office building in Cheyenne. According to some sources, the dormitory is 200 feet tall, but according to others it is less than 150 feet tall. Based on my own research, I'm inclined to believe it's at the low end and that the office building in Cheyenne is actually the tallest in the state. The dorm has 12 floors, so in order for the dorm to be 200 feet tall, the average height of each floor would have to be nearly 17 feet, which seems unlikely for a college dormitory, especially in a place as cold as Laramie. Thus, this quiz treats the office building in Cheyenne as the tallest building in Wyoming.