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New Vegas resort passes 1st Nevada regulatory license review

LAS VEGAS (AP) — State gambling regulators are recommending license approval for the owners of one of the biggest casino projects ever on the Las Vegas Strip ahead of its announced opening June 24. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairman Brin Gibson on Wednesday told executives for Resorts World Las Vegas he had “no concerns” about granting a license. The Nevada Gaming Commission will consider approval May 20. The $4.3 billion casino resort has 3,500 Hilton-branded rooms in a red 59-story structure. It's on the former site of the Stardust, which closed in 2006 and was imploded in March 2007.

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