Las Vegas hotels and resorts change "Do Not Disturb" policies

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Hotels and resorts across Las Vegas are changing their "Do Not Disturb" policies in light of last month's mass shooting.

The second-look comes after reports the gunman had the sign hanging outside his door at the Mandalay Bay for days, keeping staff from coming in.

MGM isn't saying what its policy is now, or what it was before the shooting.

Boyd Gaming, which owns "The Orleans" just changed its policy from three days to two days.

Wynn resorts recently changed its policy to twelve hours.

Tourists are all for the changes.