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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon is exploring an additional $2 tax on cigarettes to help fund the state’s Medicaid program. Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday the proposed tax would bring in $346 million every two years. She adds that higher cigarette prices will also encourage smokers to quit the habit. The plan would also implement […]
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