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Casino workers strike against Virgin Las Vegas for first time in over 20 years

“Workers need a raise and have been clear on what they deserve, but the company has been coming to the table with zeros for wages,” Union Secretary-Treasurer Ted Pappageorge said in a statement. “Culinary Union calls on Virgin Las Vegas to stop treating their workers as second-class, respect them, and agree that they are worth more than zero. Every casino on the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas has already settled a fair contract and so this company is a total outlier and it’s disrespectful to the workers.”

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