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Former Smokers Notes:This graph shows local polynomial smoothed plots (bandwidth of 0.8) of the differences in the monthly mean of stressful days over the past 30 days starting in January, 1999 and ending in December, 2002, for 23 states that collect this information in 2002. All 51 states collect this information from 1999-2001, and so we use this larger sample in our main analysis.
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