Study: Indiana should spend more to decrease smoking rate
A study says a lack of funding for tobacco control programs may be contributing to Indiana having the nation's 10th-highest smoking rate. The Indianapolis Star reports that the Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation report found that Indiana spent $8.2 million in 2016 on tobacco control efforts.
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