Las Vegas's Culinary Workers Union votes to strike, potentially paralyzing Strip

Posted on AllSides September 27th, 2023
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Hospitality workers in Las Vegas have officially voted to go on strike, bringing an additional challenge to a city that is still reeling from a recent cyberattack. The Culinary Workers Union, which represents tens of thousands of guest room attendants, cooks and bartenders among others in Las Vegas, voted to strike against their employers on Tuesday, marking the first time in over 30 years that the union has voted to walk off the job. The union members are calling for increased pay, job security, and better conditions. TRUMP’S FORMER DEFENSE...

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