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California Spends Less Than 4 Cents of Every Tobacco Dollar to Reduce Tobacco Use
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Tobacco prevention advocates are calling on California to spend more on anti-smoking programs — especially since the state already has the money for it. A new report published Thursday titled Broken Promises to Our Children looked nationwide at how states are spending the money from the 1998 master settlement agreement with cigarette companies and from states’ tobacco taxes.