'Right to Return' bill brings hope for unemployed hospitality workers in Las Vegas

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he Culinary Union strongly pushed for the bill to help get many of the 30,000 still unemployed members back to their previous jobs. However, the bill will benefit many different kinds of hospitality workers across the state.

"I can just look at my kids and tell them, ‘Daddy's getting back to work pretty soon hopefully,'" Brandon Geyer said.

Geyer spent 24 years as a bartender at Main Street Station before it shut down last March. He has still not heard if his job will come back.

"Hopefully I can get back to a normal life,” Geyer said. “I had to watch every penny, dig into my savings the last year and adjust my lifestyle.”

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