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Raiders, Developers Zero In On Preferred Vegas Site; Demand $750M In Public Money

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 26 / 16

The Raiders, Las Vegas Sands and Majestic Realty have "zeroed in on a site" and a $1.9B budget for a proposed 65,000-seat football stadium in Las Vegas, but they if $750M in hotel room tax revenue "isn't authorized for the project, the dome ... won't be built," according to a front-page pi...

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