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At 23.4 percent , it's more than double the statewide rate of 10.7 percent
Says "A baby in Coos County is two times as likely to be born to a mother who is someone who used tobacco during her pregnancy as is the average baby born in Oregon or the U.S."
— PolitiFact Oregon
on Friday, April 12th, 2013
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