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Dos mujeres sacan la cabeza de un coche de plata con un cartel que dice "Vegas Open Up Safely Workers Lives Depend of it".

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El sindicato que representa a miles de trabajadores de casinos en Nevada dice que la industria necesita ser transparente en cómo pretende reabrir.

Two females stick their heads out of a silver car with a sign reading "Vegas Open Up Safely Workers Lives Depend On It."
Photo courtesy of the Culinary Workers Union

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The labor union representing thousands of Nevada’s casino workers says the industry needs to be transparent in how it intends to reopen.

More than 10,000 Culinary Union employees drove up and down the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday, May 12, as part of an effort to get casinos to implement stronger public health policies and disclose their full reopening plans. 


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