Protecting workers and gaming customers should be the top priority of industry executives, according to the Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights local spokesperson Raegan Carter. She addressed the issue in response to the American Gaming Association’s acknowledgement of “Responsible Gaming Education Month” which began September 1. “We applaud the industry’s support of responsible gaming but strongly believe it is a disingenuous concept for those facilities estly believe the industry is serious about its responsibility to the health and safety of its workers and patrons when it insists on putting those workers and customers in toxic environments,” she asks.
September 20, 2022
“Responsible gaming” must include smokefree working environments