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Donna Parsons and Larry Honeycutt let the smoking statistics fly Tuesday, April 9, at Lancaster City Hall.
They shared research that indicates each year more than 6,000 South Carolinians die from tobacco use and nearly 800 state residents die from exposure to secondhand smoke.
Also, more than $1 billion is spent in the state each year on health care directly related to tobacco use, studies suggest.
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