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Pennsylvania Casino Smoking Days Could Be Numbered, as Lawmakers Band to End Clean Indoor Air LoopholeWritten by: Devin O’Connor

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The Pennsylvania Clean Indoor Air Act of 2008 provided casinos with an exemption that allows them to designate up to 50% of their floor space for inside smoking. Two Democratic state lawmakers want to end that loophole. State Sen. Jay Costa and Rep. Dan Frankel, both Democrats representing Allegheny County, have issued a memorandum to
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