Cedar Rapids may have a smoke-free casino built. If approved, this will be the
first of its kind for the state. The plan was announced last week by state
leaders as a way to change current gaming laws.
Previously a $164 million Cedar Rapids casino project was denied by state
However, a plan announcement was made last week by Mayor Ron Corbett and
lawmakers. It was stated that as of January they will strive to have a
smoke-free casino approved.
Cedar Rapids is recovering from flooding that effected the downtown area. Mayor
Corbett believes that a casino would help generate money that could help
downtown rebuild faster. As well as create additional jobs to the area.
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