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Covering their butts: responses to the cigarette litter problem
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    Butt Perceptions & Butt Solutions....

    One would imagine that public concern about butt litter would largely rise with the amount of butt litter that occurs. One would also reasonably imagine that news articles dealing with the "problem" of butt litter would similarly rise. If we take those two assumptions as being a given for the moment, and then look at the statistics uncovered by this research, we see something very interesting.

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