Las Vegas chapels of love that feature Elvis Presley could become Heartbreak Hotels.

Vegas Review-Journal: Chapel operators are no longer allowed to use Elvis in themed ceremonies.

Kayla Collins and her husband operate as family businesses.

That's our bread and butter, I don't see what's going on, as we just hit our stride through COVID.

Clark County Clerk: Elvis ban could not have come at a worse time for the wedding industry.

It couldn't have come at a worse time for the wedding industry," says Clark County.

The company said it will stop using Presley's image and likeness in merchandise and advertising.

Nevada's right of publicity law exempts stage shows like "All Shook Up," which impersonates someone.

In 25 years of performing as Elvis, Kent Ripley says he has never had this issue.

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