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Topic - Nancy Elizabeth Brown
"They were trying to pre-empt us. We didn't go away," said Brown, who lives in Chatham County.
"The paltry amount of money that states spend on tobacco prevention and cessation programs is extremely disappointing," said Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association. "If the funds were used as intended to discourage children from smoking and help current smokers quit, we would see the real impact of tobacco use prevention on health care costs. These programs work and it's time for states to put more skin in the game."