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A Nevada city has threatened to revoke the business license of a company set to host President Trump on Sunday evening.
The City of Henderson has told Xtreme Manufacturing that the planned rally violates the state’s COVID-related ban on large events, according to KLAS-TV in Las Vegas.
“Specifically, gatherings of more than 50 people in a private or public setting is prohibited,” the city wrote in its warning to the company, the CBS affiliate reported.
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“The city said that larger events need prior approval and that it had not received notification that consent had been given.”
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