Report: States Aim Only Half of Tobacco Cash at Health Programs

Vadum, Matthew
October 2000
Bond Buyer;10/06/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 30991, p6
Trade Publication
Discusses how states are using the funds they received from the settlement deal with the tobacco industry in the United States. Health-related programs; Host of programs that have little to do with health; Percentage of funds allocated for long-term care, research and services for children.


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