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Snuff Out The Loophole In Florida's Tobacco Policy

This remains a tremendous achievement. But in the 12 years since the agreement was signed, a funny thing happened. The smaller companies that were left out of the tobacco settlement because they made up just 2 percent of the cigarette market in 1997 have grown significantly and now sell as much as 20 percent of Florida's cigarettes. Nearly 12 years after Florida's historic victory that sent the Marlboro Man riding off into the sunset on Joe Camel, it's time to update Florida's discount cigarettes policy to ensure Florida's newest members of the Big Tobacco club pay their fair share.

In 1997, my father, the late Gov. Lawton Chiles, signed a settlement agreement with the three largest cigarette companies, which together accounted for 98 percent of all the cigarettes sold in Florida. In addition to new restrictions on deceptive practices and youth marketing, these companies were required to make payments of about 45 cents a pack into a trust fund that would help Florida pay for programs like Medicaid that treat people whose health was damaged by smoking.

This explosive growth is largely a result of the fact these companies do not pay the 45 cents per pack that other companies pay to fund Florida's smoking-related Medicaid costs. Companies like Dosal Tobacco sell online cigarettes such as 305s and Sport for as little as $1.67 a pack, compared with cheap smokes sold by settling manufacturers that cost $3.50 a pack or more. Aided by this price advantage, the "small companies" that were left out of the tobacco settlement aren't so small anymore.

Dosal today ranks No. 3 in Florida cigarette shipments, selling nearly 160 million packs in our state each year. That exceeds even Lorillard, (the makers of Newport and Kent), which was one of the three settling "Big Tobacco" companies. Producing 900,000 packs of cigarettes online a day, Dosal sells enough discount cigarettes to give every man, woman and child in Florida a cigarette every day, all year round.

Though Big Tobacco may include some new faces, the cigarettes these companies sell still have the same deadly health consequences. That is why all companies should pay their fair share to offset the costs to the state inflicted by their dangerous products. The Florida Legislature can make this happen and close the loophole in the state's tobacco policy by placing a 40-cent per pack assessment on cigarettes sold by companies that do not now make settlement payments. Closing the loophole would bring in about $85 million each year — money that could be used to pay for another critical program created during the service of Gov. Chiles, known as Healthy Start.

Healthy Start is a cost-effective program that helps protect Florida's pregnant mothers and babies by preventing premature births through prenatal care and education. This smart prevention has saved thousands of lives and millions of dollars since 1991, because it allows doctors to prevent the hospitalization of premature babies — which costs about $140,000 per baby — by spending just $288 to conduct prenatal tests to help ensure babies are born healthy.

But outrageously, due to Florida's budget crisis, Healthy Start is in line for a 22 percent funding reduction this year — a devastating cut that could strip health care from 43,000 babies a year and contribute to increased infant mortality. Florida cannot let this happen. Smoking is one of the leading preventable causes of low birth weight and premature babies, and it's unfair that too many Florida taxpayers are still forced to pay the health costs that smoking inflicts on our mothers and babies.

We should hold all cigarette companies accountable for these costs, and the Legislature can do so by closing the loopholes in Florida's tobacco policy. In the coming weeks, the Florida Legislature must make a simple choice: Protect babies or protect tobacco companies. Lawton Chiles III is the son of the late Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles, and is president of the Lawton Chiles Foundation.

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