PA flunks smoking

The American Lung Association is giving Pennsylvania a failing grade.  The organization grades states on their tobacco control laws and policies each year and the Keystone State did not fare well this time around.   The figures were released this week and the state got Fs for prevention, cessation services and efforts to raise the smoking age.  Pennsylvania also got a D for its tobacco taxes and a C for air quality.

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