Report: R.I. improves tobacco prevention efforts, but control programs still underfunded

PROVIDENCE – While Rhode Island has made progress to end tobacco use across the state, it still fails to adequately fund tobacco control programs and protect youths from flavored tobacco products, the American Lung Association said in its 20th annual State of Tobacco Control report. The report, released Wednesday, evaluates state and federal policymakers’ actions…

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