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Survey: Public backs hiking minimum wage, tobacco tax for kids’ health programs (access required)

Proposed initiatives that would raise Arizona’s minimum wage, change the way pregnant pigs are held on hog farms, tax tobacco to fund early-childhood health programs and ban smoking in enclosed public spaces and workplaces, all received “widespread support” in a recent survey conducted by the Social Research Laboratory at Northern Arizona University.Proposed initiatives that would ...

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