Las Vegas Sends ‘Compliance Ambassadors’ To Check Businesses

Las Vegas Sends ‘Compliance Ambassadors’ To Check Businesses


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On Friday, the city of Las Vages issued a reminder to businesses in the city that the city’s “compliance ambassadors” would visit businesses to make sure they were obeying Democrat Nevada governor Steve Sisolak’s directives regarding COVID-19. The city tweeted, “Our business license & compliance ambassadors continue to visit 300 businesses per day every day, to ensure they are following @GovSisolak’s recent directive to help keep workers and visitors safe.”

Our business license officers & compliance ambassadors continue to visit 300 businesses per day every day, to ensure they are following @GovSisolak‘s recent directive to help keep workers and visitors safe. Learn more: https://t.co/vKbr3Z204m pic.twitter.com/9slLStocT0

— City of Las Vegas (@CityOfLasVegas) November 14, 2020

On October 2, the city of Las Vegas offered an update on coronavirus restrictions for businesses, arguing that the city’s “compliance ambassadors” were simply “observing behaviors and verifying whether violations are occurring.” The city stated:

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We will continue to enforce and to

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