Cigarette tax helps fund Ark. health facilities

In 2009, the Arkansas legislature passed a law to increase the tax on cigarettes, raising the price by 56 cents per pack. A viewer, curious to know about the funding its generated, asked if the money was ever used to build a trauma center. If it wasn’t, what is the tax still being used for?
Published: 10:15 PM CST January 28, 2019