Navajo Nation bans smoking – except at casinos

The Navajo Nation, located in parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah banned smoking on July 20 in all public locations on its 27,000 square mile reservation, except for gaming houses.

According to the Associated Press, the exemption to allow smoking in gambling locations will be revisited once the Nation pays off its gaming-related debt, in about seven years!

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2 Responses to Navajo Nation bans smoking – except at casinos

  1. Kashif says:

    Gaming houses should also be banned to save our new generation.

  2. Kelvin says:

    Nice info. I is really a great news that the smoking is banned in all public locations. I think that it must be banned from gaming house also.

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