Tobacco Price Support System Could Soon be History

A decades-old price support program for tobacco could soon be history. Congress is considering a multimillion-dollar tobacco buyout that they would charge to cigarette manufacturers. Tobacco farmers favor the plan. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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