The Nebraska Legislature’s Appropriations Committee on Thursday will consider a measure to add funding to the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program.
Sen. Mike McDonnell introduced the bill, which would appropriate an additional $2.4 million for the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program from the Nebraska Health Care Cash FundFor for FY2018-2019. This funding would be in addition to current funding for the program of $2.57 million.
The bill is scheduled for hearing before the Appropriations Committee Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. It’s fourth on the agenda for the hearing.
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