The city of Henderson, Nevada, has reportedly fined a company $3,000 for hosting a 5,600-person indoor rally for President Trump.
Xtreme Manufacturing was slapped with the fines over six violations pertaining to the state’s coronavirus regulations, which currently bar all gatherings above 50 people, the local Fox affiliate reported. The city had warned of impending penalties ahead of the president’s rally held on Sept. 13.
“The City of Henderson advised Xtreme Manufacturing that an event planned for Sept. 13 at their facility must comply with the governor’s COVID-19 emergency directives to not gather in groups larger than 50 people, require the use of face coverings and practice social distancing,” the city said in a statement to the station.
“During the event, a compliance officer observed six violations of the directives and the City’s Business Operations Division has issued a Business License Notice of Violation to Xtreme Manufacturing and assessed a penalty of $3,000.”
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