November 15, 2022Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Advocates Respond to Iowa’s Largest Casino Considering Ending Indoor Smoking Axios: Iowa’s Prairie Meadows Casino Could Go Smoke-Free Berkeley, CA – After Axios reported this morning that Iowa’s largest casino, Prairie Meadows, is considering ending indoor smoking, Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights President and CEO Cynthia Hallett released the following statement: “This […]
November 9, 2022Contact: email@example.com During National Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Legislators Have an Opportunity To Act Popular, Bipartisan Legislation in New Jersey & Rhode Island Would Mark a Tangible Achievement in Protecting Residents’ Health Berkeley, CA— In recognition of National Lung Cancer Awareness Month this November, Cynthia Hallett, president and CEO of Americans for Nonsmokers’ […]
QUARTERLY UPDATE The ANR Foundation is pleased to announce our most recent quarterly update to the lists and maps of U.S. municipalities and states with smokefree laws now in effect. Congratulations to the small but mighty Angie and Campti, LA, for their new smokefree laws. See all of our updated lists on no-smoke.org. Congratulations to […]
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Atlantic City, NJ— As the gaming industry hosted its largest gathering on the east coast today, over 100 casino workers and advocates held a rally to protest a canceled panel discussion about smoking and to call on New Jersey lawmakers to take action on legislation to close the casino smoking loophole. Last week, the East […]
September 20, 2022Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org ANR Encourages Lawmakers to Include Ending Indoor Smoking in Upcoming Resolution for Preventing Problem Gambling Letter to National Council of Legislators from Gaming States Comes Ahead of Best Practices Resolution Being Finalized at December Meeting in Las Vegas Allowing Indoor Smoking Discourages Smokers Who Gamble From Taking Breaks, One Of The […]
Allowing food to be served inside marijuana/cannabis lounges in Nevada would normalize indoor smoking and expose workers to secondhand smoke. On November 7, 2006, the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act (NCIAA) was enacted; as of December 8 2006, most indoor public places and places of employment became smokefree with the significant exception of casinos and […]
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You Can Advocate for Your Home With Our Help Apartment and condominium residents throughout the country continue speaking up for their right to breathe smokefree air at home. Progress is being made in expanding smokefree living environments in a number of different ways, including through the adoption of local laws, policies for individual buildings and […]
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September 13, 2022Contact: email@example.com Atlantic City Casinos Bail on Smoking Discussion at Last Minute Industry Couldn’t Find a Replacement to Publicly Discuss Smokefree Casino Policies, Prompting East Coast Gaming Congress to Cancel Panel Discussion of Timely Issue was Set for Sept. 22 After Governor Murphy’s Keynote Address Atlantic City, NJ – The head of the […]
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Prop 31 is on California’s ballot this fall to determine whether the state will end the sale of flavored tobacco products. Voters will be receiving ballots by mail in the coming weeks. Voting Yes on Prop 31 will uphold the law to end the sale of most flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes and flavored […]
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September 1, 2022Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Ending Indoor Smoking Should Be Part of Industry’s Responsible Gaming Commitment Responsible Gaming Education Month Begins Today Casinos’ “Continued Insistence on Allowing Indoor Smoking Undermines” Their Commitment to Responsible Gaming Atlantic City, NJ— As Responsible Gaming Education Month kicks off today, advocates for smokefree casinos are making the connection between permitting […]