"We have one in five people die from smoking in our state, and that's a huge cost. A lot of that cost is born through health insurance providers and through companies, and if we had fewer people smoking we'd have much longer lives, and a higher quality of life," said Robert Anderson, researcher with the WVU School of Public Health.

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