Menthol cigarettes, which continue to be used disproportionately by racial and ethnic minority smokers, LGBT smokers, and youth, are largely responsible for tobacco-related health disparities among these groups. Despite this, menthol flavored tobacco products continue to be widely available throughout the U.S. In recent years, a growing number of communities have taken steps to regulate menthol tobacco products, including restricting the sale of these products. This webinar gives a brief overview of the U.S.
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The 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) is an accord reached between the state Attorneys General of 46 states, five U.S. territories, the District of Columbia and the four largest cigarette manufacturers in America concerning the advertising, marketing, promotion of cigarettes, and compensation for health-care costs connected to tobacco-related illness.