Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, December 29th, 2002
Antismoking advocates say states with the gravest need for stop-smoking programs often spend the least on them.
In 1998, 46 states won $206 billion from major cigarette makers. Since then, policy makers have struggled over how much of that money should be earmarked for antismoking programs.
Many states have missed an important opportunity, according to the report by the nonprofits Cancer Care and the...
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