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Page 256 9 COORDINATION OF POLICIES AND RESEARCH CONTENTS The Role of the Federal Government 258 Leadership 258 Regulation of the Tobacco Industry 259 Monitoring Public Health and Providing Technical Assistance to States 259 Support of Research 261 A Multicultural Research Agenda 262 A Youth-Centered Research Agenda 263 A Policy-Oriented Research Agenda 266 Services 266 The Role of State and Local Governments 267 The Role of Private Sector Organizations 268 Linkage Between Excise Tax Revenues and Tobacco Control Program Funding 269 Options and Recommendations for Coordination 273 Epilogue 277 References 278