This smoking documentary takes us to Las Vegas. Las Vegas is the home of Elvis impersonators and neon lights. Finding out the effects of second-hand smoke on casino employees and Las Vegas residents by interviewing them.

The first time you enter a casino, your senses will be overwhelmed by the sound of slot machines and bright lights. You’ll also smell cigarette smoke. The smell of cigarette smoke is in the air and is difficult to escape. It is a part of the air, and it’s hard to escape. This is as much of a piece of Vegas Culture as showgirls, neon signs, and extravagant shows.


Second-hand smoke is not an issue to be ignored or snuffed. Every day, thousands of casino workers and tourists are exposed to toxic smoke. There is one trend that is driving smoking rates to record lows across the country, and it is electronic cigarettes and E-liquid. What is the impact on casino floors?

The University of Reno conducted a study that shows the smoking rates in casinos and other gambling venues mirror the national average. In 2016, for example, the average national number of smokers dropped from 20% in 2005 to 15%.

E-cigarettes have become an increasingly popular option for smokers who want to quit.

What does this mean to bystanders who do not smoke or vape?


Enter the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act. An appeal to protect children and adults against the dangers associated with second-hand smoking.

The Nevada Act was originally passed to protect residents and tourists from the harmful chemicals in second-hand smoke, which is the result of the combustion of cigarettes. It contains more than 4,000 substances. The act also addresses the aerosols emitted by vaping and electronic cigarettes.

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