Spending the Tobacco Settlement From member station WABE in Atlanta, Adam Hochberg examines how states are planning to spend billions of dollars from the tobacco companies. The US Senate has reaffirmed the right of state governments to decide how to spend last year's 200-billion dollar national tobacco settlement. Senators yesterday rejected legislation that would require states to use at least half the money for public health programs or aid to tobacco farmers.
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Spending the Tobacco Settlement

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Spending the Tobacco Settlement

Spending the Tobacco Settlement

Spending the Tobacco Settlement

Only Available in Archive Formats.

From member station WABE in Atlanta, Adam Hochberg examines how states are planning to spend billions of dollars from the tobacco companies. The US Senate has reaffirmed the right of state governments to decide how to spend last year's 200-billion dollar national tobacco settlement. Senators yesterday rejected legislation that would require states to use at least half the money for public health programs or aid to tobacco farmers.