Las Vegas mayor calls closure of nonessential businesses ’total insanity’

Las Vegas mayor calls closure of nonessential businesses ’total insanity’

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman (D) on Wednesday called for Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) to reopen nonessential businesses shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic, proclaiming that the actions have reached a point of ’total insanity’and ’killing’ Las Vegas. Goodman said an estimated 900,000 have already lost their jobs, and 300,000 of those have already filed for unemployment in the city.

David
David
Austin
Austin 1 months

Casinos are large gathering places where people touch all the same stuff. Definitely should remain closed.

Mike Johanson
Mike Johanson 1 months

I'm from Vegas, born and raised, this govenors actions are completely tolitarian and against freedom. I can tell you, Las Vegans will put up with this for a little bit but the clock is ticking till protests and revolt.

Jon
Jon 1 months

How are they planning to keep crowded, high contact areas like casinos safe to the public?

tsylana
tsylana 1 months

Shut up, Corporate Stooge.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 months

Guess the mayor got a little message from the mob. Better open our casinos back up, or else...

Marc
Marc 1 months

IT'S SIN CITY , Have fun with that . You really think that people will just wait . There going to be shooting dice and craps in every alley !

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