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MGM might pay $800m in Las Vegas shooting settlement

Al Jazeera Friday, 17 May 2019 ()
US hotel owner sued by thousands for failing to protect them during mass shooting that killed 58 and wounded hundreds.
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News video: MGM Resorts may settle in 1 October lawsuits

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MGM Resorts says it may have to pay $800M to settle liability lawsuits stemming from the 1 October tragedy. 13 Action New Reporter Kelsey McFarland has a word from one of the attorneys.

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