I work in a Federal Facility (Bureau of Engraving and Printing) in Fort Worth, TX. After one enters the facility there is a yellow walled "smokeroom" that a stinch erodes from daily as all employees are forced to walk in front of I they want to eat in the cafeteria. Many attempts have been made to sway management on the ill effects without getting through the "union" wall that has been created. What is one to do that simply wants to
Work in an environment that is smoke free?
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