Mohegan Sun-Sponsored Study Says Casino Smoking Ban Could Be Costly
An outright ban on smoking at the Mohegan Sun Casino would cost Connecticut 3,796 jobs and $164 million in lost wages, assuming that casino revenues dropped by 20 percent, according to a study released Tuesday.
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