Get a note from your doctor that you are suffering health effects from exposure to cigarette smoke and request reassignment.
That is a good question. Arizona is an "at will" employment state, which means your employer can terminate you for any reason unless the termination arises out of conditions of employment amounting to "bad cause," i.e., requiring you to do something that violates the public policy of the state or is of a criminal nature, etc. Being require to be exposed to second hand smoke is certainly on the edge of being violative of public policy. On the other hand gaming establishments are known havens for smokers.
I would suggest you request being re-assigned to a non-smoking area at the bingo facility (if one exists). While, if refused, you may have a claim for constructive wrongful termination, you should seek out counsel specializing in this area of the law to determine if that is the case or not.
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