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Rise in cigarette sales linked to cheaper gas prices
Smokers are buying more cigarettes. One reason: cheaper gas means more spare cash.
States snuff out smoking prevention programs
Faced with big budget gaps, state governments are taking money away from programs that help people quit smoking. Analysts say this will cost more in the long run.
Military Tobacco: The story behind our investigation
A few years ago I found myself standing inside a Coast Guard Exchange in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, waiting for a friend to buy a bottle of...
Military underprices tobacco more than law allows
Smoking and chewing tobacco use in the armed forces is widespread. Yet many military bases break the rules and sell tobacco at big discounts.