Caesars Entertainment will go to the voters for approval of a sports arena on the Vegas Strip.  The “Las Vegas Sun” says the gaming giant has given up trying to win state lawmaker support for the arena, and is depending on voters to approve the idea in 2012.  The Legislature has 40 days to act on an initiative petition to build the 18-thousand seat arena, but it would require a tax increase, and a two-thirds vote from both houses.

Comments (2)
  1. Dan says:

    Vote No!

    How much money have the fat cats at Ceasars pocketed over the years? They want us to build them a stadium so they can pocket some more.

    Ceasars can pay for this just like the owners of the NASCAR race track paid for their facility.

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