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Oklahomans expected to keep quitline busy after cigarette tax increase

Oklahoma City — A smoking habit got quite a bit more expensive for Oklahomans on Monday, and public health advocates are trying to make the most of a moment when quitting cigarettes might suddenly loo... read more

Stop-smoking lines flooded as tobacco tax rises

Expect a wait: Smokers are flooding the lines in a panic over an increase in the tobacco tax ... quit line to keep up with calls that rose from about 500 a week in January to more than 2,000 a week in ... read more

Mixed reviews after two months of city's cigarette tax

Two months into its passage, the city's new cigarette tax is on track to generate $5 million more this year than expected for ... fewer youth smokers. After the tax went into effect, the department sa... read more

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Yet, the government has no system in place to keep track of, provide effective communication with ... In yesterday's primary elections, Oklahoma voters approved an initiative legalizing medical mariju... read more

Stop-smoking lines flooded as tobacco tax rises

Expect a wait: Smokers are flooding the lines in a panic over an increase in the tobacco tax ... quit line to keep up with calls that rose from about 500 a week in January to more than 2,000 a week in ... read more



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