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New Jersey Bans Indoor Smoking, Drinking And Eating At Casinos

Newsy Wednesday, 1 July 2020
New Jersey Bans Indoor Smoking, Drinking And Eating At CasinosWatch VideoNew Jersey has banned indoor smoking, drinking and eating at Atlantic City casinos ahead of their scheduled reopening later this week.

Gov. Phil Murphy made the announcement on Monday, citing recent spikes in new coronavirus cases in nearby states as well as instances of some establishments in New Jersey...
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