The Effects “Big Tobacco” Has on Blacks

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How Much Are African-Americans Spending on Cigarettes?

It looks like “big tobacco” is coming out on top, as 19.4 percent of African-American adults are current smokers, which is slightly higher than the national rate. Lorillard’s net sales increased 4.9 percent and in 2013.

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