TESTIMONY OF MATTIE MACK, KENTUCKY TOBACCO GROWER FOR THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE UNITED STATES SENATE ON THE FINANCING PROVISIONS OF THE ADMINISTRATION'S HEALTH SECURITY ACT

1994-04-28

Testimony of Mattie Mack, a tobacco farmer, before the United States Committee on Finance. Testifies that she has raised her children on tobacco money and believes that a tobacco tax is unfair because it disproportionately affects a specific segment of the population. Points out that she supports health care reform, but simply does not believe that it is fair to make tobacco farmers pay for it.

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