This plot is very similar to all other index plots, but highest(G/B)/lowest(G/B) only =  3.28
There is clearly a correlation with births per 1000 population.
G B
GDP/capita Live Births
$/pers/yr per 1000 pop Index =
Rank State in 2008 in 2004 G/B log(G/B) log(G)
1 Connecticut 56,248 12.0 4687.3 3.67093 4.7501
2 Massachusetts 50,735 12.2 4158.6 3.61895 4.7053
3 New Jersey 50,919 13.2 3857.5 3.58631 4.7069
4 New Hampshire 42,830 11.2 3824.1 3.58253 4.6317
5 Wyoming 49,719 13.4 3710.4 3.56942 4.6965
6 New York 48,076 13.0 3698.2 3.56798 4.6819
7 Vermont 38,880 10.6 3667.9 3.56442 4.5897
8 Maryland 48,091 13.4 3588.9 3.55496 4.6821
9 Rhode Island 41,008 11.8 3475.3 3.54099 4.6129
10 Pennsylvania 40,265 11.7 3441.5 3.53674 4.6049
11 Maine 35,381 10.6 3337.8 3.52346 4.5488
12 Washington 42,356 13.2 3208.8 3.50634 4.6269
13 Florida 39,070 12.5 3125.6 3.49493 4.5918
14 Minnesota 42,772 13.8 3099.4 3.49128 4.6312
15 Virginia 42,876 13.9 3084.6 3.48920 4.6322
16 North Dakota 39,321 12.9 3048.1 3.48403 4.5946
17 Delaware 40,852 13.6 3003.8 3.47767 4.6112
18 Illinois 42,397 14.2 2985.7 3.47505 4.6273
19 Wisconsin 37,314 12.7 2938.1 3.46807 4.5719
20 Colorado 42,377 14.9 2844.1 3.45394 4.6271
21 Oregon 35,956 12.7 2831.2 3.45197 4.5558
22 Iowa 36,680 13.0 2821.5 3.45049 4.5644
23 California 42,696 15.2 2808.9 3.44854 4.6304
24 Hawaii 40,490 14.5 2792.4 3.44598 4.6073
25 Montana 34,256 12.4 2762.6 3.44131 4.5347
26 Michigan 35,299 12.8 2757.7 3.44055 4.5478
27 Alaska 43,321 15.8 2741.8 3.43804 4.6367
28 Ohio 35,511 13.0 2731.6 3.43642 4.5504
29 West Virginia 30,831 11.5 2681.0 3.42829 4.4890
30 Nevada 40,353 15.1 2672.4 3.42690 4.6059
31 Kansas 37,978 14.5 2619.2 3.41816 4.5795
32 Missouri 35,228 13.5 2609.5 3.41655 4.5469
33 Alabama 33,643 13.1 2568.2 3.40962 4.5269
34 Tennessee 34,330 13.5 2543.0 3.40534 4.5357
35 South Dakota 37,375 14.7 2542.5 3.40526 4.5726
36 Oklahoma 36,899 14.6 2527.3 3.40266 4.5670
37 Louisiana 36,271 14.5 2501.4 3.39819 4.5596
38 Nebraska 37,730 15.1 2498.7 3.39771 4.5767
39 North Carolina 34,439 14.0 2459.9 3.39092 4.5371
40 Indiana 34,103 13.9 2453.5 3.38978 4.5328
41 Kentucky 31,826 13.1 2429.5 3.38551 4.5028
42 South Carolina 31,884 13.5 2361.8 3.37324 4.5036
43 Texas 38,575 17.1 2255.8 3.35331 4.5863
44 Arkansas 31,266 14.0 2233.3 3.34894 4.4951
45 Georgia 33,975 15.7 2164.0 3.33526 4.5312
46 New Mexico 32,091 14.9 2153.8 3.33320 4.5064
47 Arizona 32,953 16.3 2021.7 3.30571 4.5179
48 Mississippi 29,569 14.7 2011.5 3.30352 4.4708
49 Idaho 32,133 16.2 1983.5 3.29744 4.5070
50 Utah 30,291 21.2 1428.8 3.15498 4.4813
US Average 39,751 14.0 2839.4 3.45322 4.5993
Notes:
1. GDP per capita from Wikipedia online on 1/10/10.
2. Births per 1000 population from Infoplease online on 1/10/10.