- Nevada regulators approve $300,000 fine against Fremont casino over its treatment of a patron
- Boyd executive says company "embarrassed" at how incident was mishandled
- Nevada also issues first fines for violations of coronavirus protocols
The Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) approved six enforcement settlements on Thursday, including a $300,000 fine against the Fremont casino in downtown Las Vegas after the property admitted security officers wrongly detained a customer.
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