Culinary Union celebrates passage of Nevada ‘Right to Return’ bill with governor Chanel Pulido, The Nevada Independent · June 16, 2021 at 7:35 pm Gov. Steve Sisolak joined members of the Culinary Workers Union in Las Vegas on Tuesday to celebrate the passage of the much-debated SB386 – referred to as the “Right to Return” bill – that guarantees the rights of laid-off gaming and tourism industry workers to return to their previous jobs. Sisolak was met with applause and cheers after he was introduced by D. Taylor, president of the labor organization’s parent union, UNITE HERE. The event came after Sisolak signed the bill last week with little fanfare. “The day I decided that we had to close down the Strip … I said ‘I’m going to put a lot of people out of work.’ That was hard…” Sisolak told the workers who grew quiet in the crowded union hall near downtown.