Colorado’s Smokefree Casinos: Kathy’s Story

The ANR Foundation is proud to release “Kathy’s Story”, another powerful testimony in our series of personal interviews about secondhand smoke in casinos. Kathy’s story as a community member in…

Colorado’s Smokefree Casinos: Doug’s Story

The ANR Foundation is proud to release “Doug’s Story”, another powerful testimony in our series of personal interviews about secondhand smoke in casinos. Doug’s story as a charity event dealer…

The Kaw Nation’s Smoke-Free Casino

This video describes the Kaw Nation’s new smokefree Southwind Casino. Share this article…

Interview with Colorado Senator Ken Gordon

Colorado Senator Ken Gordon talks about passing the law making all state regulated casinos in Colorado smokefree. Share this article…

New Medical Study: Ambulance Rates Plummet When Casinos Go Smokefree

       Cynthia Hallett, MPH, Executive Director cynthia.hallett@no-smoke.org, (510) 841-3045 (office) New Medical Study: Ambulance Rates Plummet When Casinos Go Smokefree Americans For Nonsmokers’ Rights: “This study once again…

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Changes in Ambulance Calls Following Implementation of a Smokefree Law and its Extension to Casinos

A health study published August 5, 2013 by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the scientific journal Circulation, found a 20 percent reduction in ambulance calls…

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Smoke-Free Casinos Reduce Medical Emergencies

This blog entry from the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education described the findings from a study published on August 5, 2013 in Circulation, regarding ambulance calls to casinos…

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Mesquite – Live, Work, Play

This print advertisement from Mesquite, Nevada, features quote from a non-smoking couple who enjoy gambling, but find that secondhand smoke prevents them from staying in casinos as long as they…

Bold is Beautiful

Bold is Beautiful

This print advertisement outlines the benefits of smokefree casinos for business, employees, and patrons. Share this article…

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Nathan’s Story

As sovereign nations, tribal governments are not required to follow state law, but given the significant negative health effects of smoking, and the disproportionate morbidity and mortality among Native Americans…