In 2003, the Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation program had an annual budget of $33 million to reduce smoking in the state. In less than a month, the program will close its doors and be merged with the state Department of Health. Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.
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