§ 36-770 Tobacco products tax fund
§ 36-771 Tobacco tax and health care fund
§ 36-772 Health education account; audit; reports
§ 36-773 Health research account
§ 36-774 Medically needy account; definition
§ 36-775 Adjustment account
§ 36-776 Emergency health services account
§ 36-777 Health care adjustment account
§ 36-778 Proposition 204 protection account
§ 36-779 Tobacco revenue use spending and tracking commission

Terms Used In Arizona Laws > Title 36 > Chapter 6 > Article 8 - Tobacco Tax Funds

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