ISSUE IN PERSPECTIVE. CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE STUDY. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON: CIGARETTE TAXES TO FUND HEALTH CARE

1994-00-00

Study done by the Congressional Research Service, an independent research arm of the Library of Congress, analyzing the proposition of raising the tax on tobacco to pay for health care. Concludes that smokers already pay their fair share of taxes, that raising taxes is not an effective means to prevent youth smoking, that secondhand smoke has not been proven to be harmful and that it is not a good... read more

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
CLINTON
MANNING WG
RAND
MARLEAU D
RJR
CONGRESS
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30035
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