KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new study finds that Missouri and Kansas are among the worst states in using tobacco settlement proceeds to prevent smoking, despite recommendations from federal health officials. The Kansas City Star reports that Missouri allotted $48,500 in its current fiscal year for tobacco prevention programs, even though it received $259 million in tobacco taxes and from tobacco companies.
Sunday, December 30, 2018
Missouri And Kansas Love Cancer?!?!
Right now we share this quick look at one of the many manifestations of the fading American healthcare system and now the profit motive prevents people from understanding real health threats that dominate the marketplace. This isn't free will or liberty in action, it's the result of biz suppressing the deadly impact of a product that generates billions from the medical industry to the corner store . . . Checkit: