Report: NE states fall short on tobacco prevention

Health advocates say the New England states have failed to deliver on a pledge to use money from the tobacco settlement for prevention programs, with most states funding programs at only 20 percent of recommended levels.

Smoking in Vermont

As part of VPR’s series, Vermont Quits, we look at how tobacco settlement funds have been used in the state to help people kick the habit.  Also, we get an update on public meetings surrounding a defunct asbestos mine in Eden and Lowell.  And, we bring you the sounds of a unique portable organ.