Lewis Diuguid

November 14, 2013 12:27 PM

Majority of older, younger people favor banning smoking from public places

Let’s hope a new AARP survey on smoking pushes Missouri lawmakers to finally raise the cigarette tax, which is the lowest in the nation, and officials to build more incentives into the Affordable Care Act, encouraging smokers to quit and nonsmokers to never start.

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