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News Briefing: Connecticut Is Criticized on Spending on Smoking

By Kate Golden on January 3, 2008No Comment
  • Connecticut is criticized on its allocation of the funds it received from the tobacco company settlement nine years ago.  [New York Times]
  • Volunteers for the One Campaign press Republicans and Democrats alike to signal their support for One’s agenda.  [Reuters]
  • Dave Eggers’ 826 opens a new literacy center in Los Angeles.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • The Next Generation Foundation, rising out of the community of Indians settling in Greater Boston, raises money from its 60 members to fund projects in India.  [Boston Globe]
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