New Jersey’s casinos, which won exemption from the state indoor smoking ban that took effect this spring, have new cause to rethink the wisdom of letting patrons puff away while they gamble.

In a suit filed July 10, a Tropicana Casino & Resort employee claims that his lung cancer was caused by 25 years of involuntarily inhaling other people’s smoke on the casino floors.

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