Alaska received $ million (estimated) in revenue from tobacco settlement CDC, Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, 3. CDC.
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In Alaska, you have to be 19 years old to smoke legally. If you are under 19, it is against the law to knowingly possess a cigar, cigarette, tobacco, or any product.
Tobacco use remains higher among American Indian/Alaskan Native teens than among other racial and ethnic groups in the United States with.