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Should Kansas spend more money on teen smoking prevention?

Asked at Lawrence Public Library on January 22, 2002

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“If they want to smoke, they’ll smoke. It doesn’t matter how much money they spend on it.”

“No. Most of the influence teens get comes from other teens and their parents. I chose not to smoke because of my parents.”

“I think we should have used more of the tobacco settlement money for smoking prevention, especially for teens.”

“We shouldn’t need to spend more money because it’s the parents’ responsibility if teens smoke.”


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