Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Kansas Earn Big Tobacco Bucks

The payout for legal slap fighting that is now desperately needed amid shrinking revenues thanks to another global lung risk . . . Read more:

Kansas receives $53 million from tobacco settlement

Kansas received $53 million from its annual tobacco settlement payment. Every year, the state receives a payment from participating tobacco manufacturers. The settlement payments are intended to offset the costs of tobacco-related illness suffered by Kansans through funding government-paid medical benefits. According to the Attorney General, Kansas has received $1.24 billion since the payments began in 1999.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Q: What do you call Kansas' dependence on millions in tobacco payments every year?

A: An addiction!!!