Another round of arguments took place in the statehouse as Missouri lawmakers decide how to spend tobacco settlement money.
Cara Karunaratne has more from Jefferson City.
Several pending Senate bills would earmark money for preventing smoking in teenagers, but they differ on exactly how much.
Republican Betty Sims says she's unsure about preventative programs.
Sims says a better alternative is using the money to fund health environment programs.
A seperate bill would allot 25 percent of the $6.7 billion settlement for teen smoking prevention.
From Jefferson City, Cara Karunaratne, KMOX News.