THE CAMPAIGN TO RAISE THE TOBACCO TAX IN MASSACHUSETTS

HEISER PF
BEGAY ME
1997-06-00

Article on the campaign to raise the tobacco tax in Massachusetts. Concludes that the tax passed because of a favorable policy environment, the assembly by activists of a large coalition of supporters, and the activists' efforts to counter industry claims about the effect of such a tax on small businesses and lower income smokers.

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HEISER PF
BEGAY ME
RJR
UNIV OF MA
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30388
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