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Voters in Missouri will be asked to raise the state's lowest in the nation tax on cigarettes by 73 cents to 90 cents in November.
Backers of Proposition B will be in Springfield today trying to convince voters to say yes.
If the question passes, about $283 million will be raised each year, with the lion's share for public schools and universities, the remainder would be spent on stop smoking efforts.
Smokers says they are being singled out in another attempt to punish them with an unfair tax.
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