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Digging into economic projections tied to a Raiders move to Las Vegas

Proponents say the proposed 65,000-seat, domed stadium is the missing link in Las Vegas’ entertainment offerings. A flashy stadium steps away from the Strip, they say, could draw an entirely new segment of visitors. That projection is based on...
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