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Nevada State Senate Passes Bill Raising Taxes To Fund NFL Stadium

The Raiders’ plan to relocate to Las Vegas with the help of $750 million in public money got past the state senate today. The Nevada senate voted 16-5 in favor of Bill 1, which will raise room taxes in Clark County to help pay for the stadium. This does not mean, however, that excess money would simply be raised to pay for the stadium without disruption to other parts of the budget; rather, the education budget will reportedly be impacted.
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