Published in Hospital Business Week, March 7th, 2004
The survey, paid for by the organizations, also found about two-thirds of those questioned would like to see proceeds from a $1-per-pack tax increase used to expand a program providing health insurance to poor children and to make prescription drugs more affordable.
Dave McAlpin, spokesman for ProtectMontanaKids.org, said those who commissioned the poll have not yet decided whether to use the findings as the basis...
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