Hotels are a big part of the economy, but the government has no place in the industry.
In fact, the only thing the federal government can do is monitor how they’re doing.
That’s because the hotels that have been deemed “hotels of last resort” have been hit with a series of fines that have totaled more than $600 million.
The hotels have been fined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS, for not meeting their obligations to provide health care to people with pre-existing conditions.
These fines have been imposed under a new rule the government finalized in June that gives hotels a choice: They can either be inspected by a federal agency or not.
Under this new rule, the hotels will be given a grace period, and can go back to the same kind of inspections that they had previously been subjected to, but they will not be subject to any additional inspections.
Under the old rules, these inspections were mandatory, and many hotels were forced to close their doors for weeks, weeks on end, for inspections.
This new rule means that hotels that are inspected will not have to close for long.
The new rule gives hotels time to make sure they have enough health care staff and equipment, so that their staff can keep their health care providers and patients safe and healthy.
Hotel owners will also be allowed to apply for a waiver from the Centers of Medicare and Medicare Services, a process that will take up to three years, but that will allow them to apply after the rule goes into effect.
That process will give hotel owners time to adjust their operations and hire additional workers, to make them more hospitable for their customers.
Hotel operators also won’t be required to hire any more doctors, nurses, or other medical staff in order to comply with the new rules.
And hotel operators will not need to meet new standards that are being developed by the Department of Health and Human Services, which will help make sure that they’re meeting the requirements of the new rule.
This isn’t the first time the government is targeting hotels.
The Department of Veterans Affairs also recently began enforcing a rule that required hotels to meet standards of care for veterans, with the goal of making them safer.
This is not the first attempt to penalize hotels.
Hotel chains have been forced to pay fines, in part because they’ve refused to comply.
That was a huge financial blow to hotel operators.
The rule in the federal hotel industry that’s been enforced is called the “Hotel Health and Safety Standards,” and it was passed by Congress in 2006, when hotels were already under pressure from the Department and other federal agencies to meet their obligations.
This rule was designed to be tough, and it’s designed to put a greater emphasis on the health and safety of the hotel guests.
The government has already made hotel operators pay billions of dollars in fines.
The hotel industry says it was forced to comply by the Affordable Care Act, and that’s what the government did, too.
It required hotels that don’t meet the new standards to be subject the same penalties that were levied on them previously.
The problem is that the rules were designed to give hotels time, and hotels weren’t getting it.
They were forced into compliance, and they weren’t going to be able to reopen if they didn’t.
The rules were created as a result of the collapse of the auto industry.
The insurance industry was in a very good place, and there were a lot of very good hotels operating in the country.
So there was very little competition, and the hotels were going to operate on the assumption that they were going get a waiver.
The reason that there was a lot more competition was that they weren