Charlie W. Shaeffer

Former president of the American Heart Association

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Cardiologist and former president of the American Heart Association

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Proposition 86  would triple the cigarette tax, from 87¢ to $3.47 a pack, bringing the total cost for a cigarette pack to about $6.60.

Proposition 86: Should Smokers Save ER's and Provide Healthcare for Children?

Proposition 86 would triple the cigarette tax, from 87¢ to $3.47 a pack, bringing the total cost for a cigarette pack to about $6.60.

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