The general manager of the St. Jo Frontier Casino says he expects the company's revenues to decline by 25 to 30 percent if it's forced to go smoke-free.
As is currently drafted, the casino gaming floor would be exempted from a proposed Clean Air ordinance. However, it’s been a topic of discussion in public hearings, with community members questioning why the casino would be excused, while bars and restaurants would be forced to impose a smoking ban.
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