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    Kenny commented  · 

    It would make much better sense to give more money to tobacco since the financial strain on taxpayers caused by smokers is far greater than the incredibly small subset of the population effected by Meth. Smoking casues cancer to not ony themselves, but to those around them and is a huge strain on medical costs throughout the state. Smoking cessation would save the state far more money short term and long term.

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    Kenny commented  · 

    CM and Joe,

    First of all, I would remind you that this is counter marketing against tobacco. Project Filter is in these venues because there is a high population of smokers at these events. Project Filter is offering free smoking cessation resources to people in an effort help those who are ready to quit using tobacco and providing it free of charge. It makes perfect sense to me. In addition, the money being used for sponsorships is federal money and not state money. So what's the big deal?

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