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San Diego Chargers seek hotel tax to help pay for new stadium




Photo of Chargers stadium concept.
Photo of Chargers stadium concept.
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It's no secret the NFL is back in L.A.

The Rams will start the season in a few months at the Coliseum, and in a few years, the team will play at a new stadium in Inglewood. 

However at the moment, it looks like they'll be the only NFL show in town. 

The Chargers were given the option to move in with the Rams but instead chose to see if they  could work out a deal to stay in San Diego. The deal might now be in the works but that's pending on voter approval.

The San Diego Union Tribune's Lori Weisberg joined the show to discuss the plan and what it could mean for San Diego residents.

To hear the full interview, click the blue play button above.



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