Casino workers packed into Trenton on Thursday, as the debate continues over whether New Jersey should include casinos in its indoor smoking ban. Some workers testified in support of a bill before Assembly lawmakers while recovering from cancer. Other casino workers opposed the bill, saying it would cost jobs.
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2 thoughts on “AC casino workers argue for and against proposed smoking ban”
The time is NOW!!!!
There's no good faith argument for smoking indoors. Every other business has managed without smoking, and casinos should not get special treatment
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