The Arkansas Board of Finance last week approved a new plan for investing the state’s allocation of tobacco settlement funds that could bring in an additional $1 million a year in interest.

Arkansas has received $476 million from the Master Settlement Agreement since 2000. The state Tobacco Settlement Commission oversees the money, and allocates it among seven health-related programs.

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