Settlement Money Lands on Anti-Vaping Efforts

Settlement Money Lands on Anti-Vaping Efforts

Community organizations focused on addressing young people vaping will get 830-thousand dollars from a settlement.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services say thirteen grants were given out, using money from a settlement with the vaping company. The state is getting 14-point-seven-million total within the next nine years. Some organizations getting part of the money include the American Lung Association, the Elkhorn Area School District, and several local health departments. DHS says it used data collected from statewide listening sessions to find ways to use settlement money.

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