Senator: State may be getting raw deal from tobacco settlement

Senator: State may be getting raw deal from tobacco settlement

A state senator wants to know why Nebraska is taxing its residents $55.5 million a year for tobacco purchases, giving nearly all of that money to a fund that redistributes it to 46 states, but is getting back only $37.5 million. Updated: 11:51 pm

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