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What is TSET?
Created by voters in 2000, TSET is an endowment trust established with payments from the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) between 46 states and the tobacco industry.

TSET works to reduce Oklahoma’s leading causes of preventable death – tobacco use and obesity – in order to prevent cancer and cardiovascular disease. TSET makes grants in prevention, research and emerging opportunities to improve the health of every Oklahoman. 

Statement from Patrice Douglas
After much contemplation and consultation with my family and friends, I have decided the right decision for me and TSET is to allow them to continue their search for a new CEO.

OKLAHOMA CITY (May 25, 2016) – Eleven grants for communities and school districts were approved at the TSET Board of Directors meeting.

BOSWELL, OK  (May 18, 2016)– The Boswell Public School district was presented with a $3,000 check Wednesday as part of the Healthy School District Incentive Grant program through the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET).

Sharon Howard, TSET Healthy Schools Program Manager, presented a plaque and big check to Superintendent Keith Edge and Healthy Living Program Director Tara Tedder.

OKLAHOMA CITY (May 17, 2016) – Representatives from TSET honored the City of Idabel on Tuesday for its efforts to improve the health and quality of life in their community.

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Whitney Dinger, Public Information and Outreach Specialist

Whitney Dinger
Public Information Officer
405-521-4959
whitneyd@tset.ok.gov