Below is an excerpt from University of Sint Eustatius Student Handbook available for download at:

It's not state specific information, but a general summary that I found quite useful and not as complicated to comprehend

"Undergraduate Training: Three states (DC, NJ, and MA) specifically require one year of Biology and Inorganic Chemistry coupled with one term each of Physics and Organic Chemistry. Other states do not specifically mention courses, but students are assumed to have a strong undergraduate background in the life sciences.

Type of Clinical Training: Some states expect students to have all Green-Book level clinical training, whereas others require rotations in Green-Book affiliated hospitals. Other states have no specific requirements about the type of clinical training. Green-Book states include CA, DE, KY, LA, MI, NE, NJ, NY, NC, and PA.

Number of Medical Education Hours: Pennsylvania requires 4,000 hours of medical training and is the only state that specifies the number of hours of medical education a student must have completed.

Clinical Transfers: Three states (IL, WY and VA) require that all clinical clerkships (i.e., 3rd- and 4th year work) be completed with the school of graduation. This regulation prevents students who want to transfer clinical experiences from a previous institution from being eligible in these states.

Restrictions on Clinicals, Residencies, and Licensure: Pennsylvania is the only state that has no provision for foreign medical graduates to be accepted for clinical rotations. However, Pennsylvania does accept foreign medical graduates as residents provided that the state's strict criteria for training have been meet.

USMLE Fails: Each state lists the maximum number of times a student can fail the USMLEs before becoming ineligible. If the maximum number of attempts for Steps I, II or III is exceeded, the board may be required to take special action to obtain permission for another attempt."