Connecticut lawmakers are renewing efforts to persuade the state's two federally recognized Indian tribes to kick the habit of allowing smoking at their casinos. They now want to link the renewal of state liquor licenses to formal agreements to reduce, remove and monitor secondhand smoke.
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