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You are only looking at a small part of the picture.
80 cents of every dollar spent on cigarettes now leaves California, going back east to Philip Morris, Reynolds, and the other tobacco interests financing and directing the No on 29 campaign.
When 29 passes, people will smoke less and that money -- now sent out of state -- will stay here, creating about $2 billion a year in economic activity and about 12,000 jobs.
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