North Dakota Tobacco Settlement Constitutional Amendment (2010)
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The basic issue is how the state should use the money that regularly flows into its coffers from a tobacco lawsuit. The 2008 initiative earmarked the tobacco settlement funds for particular purposes, such as prevention.
According to Andrist, the 2008 initiative may have been unconstitutional and thus, subject to lawsuits. He thinks the state's voters should re-consider it.
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