Smoking Could be Banned at Crown Melbourne Casino
Crown Melbourne Casino could become a completely smoke-free facility if legislation is passed that would ban indoor smoking at its casino resort in Melbourne.
The only Australian land-based casino which currently permits this type of environment, Crown Melbourne in Victoria might soon see an end to it with new regulations proposed by Cancer experts to Victorian MPs alike claiming increased rates of heart disease, as well as other cancers due largely to passive exposure rather than active participation like previous studies showed, was the case when people were allowed outdoors during their meal breaks or anytime they wanted
The ban on smoking in Australian casinos has been a long time coming. After finally eliminating most public places like bars and gaming rooms, it became only allowed with an exception for certain states that had high rollers who wanted their VIP space smoke-free; this changed 15 years ago when Victoria imposed its law-making virtually all indoor spaces no longer accessible by lighting up or taking part of any other emissions from these products.
The move may force Melbourne’s largest casino to go smoke-free as well.
The fight to stop smoking in casinos is a losing one. Crown and other casinos have repeatedly fought against implementing bans, but they are now likely going up against an industry that doesn’t want them around any longer than necessary given how much people have changed their tune on cigarettes and where this all started from—a place with high rates of death due solely because it’s so easy for those who choose not quit lighting up when offered assistance services available free-of-charge should you need them.