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Borgata joins AC smoking ban


Associated Press,  Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at 8:08:18 AM

Seven and 11 are lucky numbers at any casino, but for smokers in Atlantic City, it soon will be seven the hard way. In order to comply with restrictions on smoking passed by Atlantic City officials earlier this year, 7 of the city's 11 casinos plan to go totally smoke-free on the gambling floor. They'll do it by creating smoking lounges where gambling will not be offered. Thus, patrons wishing to light up will have to leave the roulette wheel, card table or slot machine and walk into one of the enclosed areas. The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is the latest to announce plans to create non-gambling smoking lounges, joining six other Atlantic City casinos who have chosen to go the same route.

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