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NFL Stadium Deal Approved By Nevada State Assembly

On Tuesday evening, the Nevada Senate approved a bill that would raise taxes to help pay for an NFL stadium. SB1 went to the state Assembly, which passed it with a 28-13 vote this afternoon. The Senate then approved a version of the bill with a few amendments added. When Nevada governor Brian Sandoval approves the bill on Monday, it will formally pass. Read more...
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