Although fewer US adults are smoking cigarettes than ever, smoking remains the cause of the most preventable disability and death, and the nation's smoking regulations are getting mixed grades from the American Lung Association.

The association's annual State of Tobacco Control report, published Wednesday, gives the federal government an A grade for its media campaigns that encourage people to quit smoking or vaping, or to avoid starting in the first place.

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