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Reader Polls Feedback for: September 15, 2016 through September 24, 2016
Answer our reader Poll, win 1 free $40+ Show ticket!   Each Reader Poll, the 2 best replies each week will receive one $40+ show ticket! The 2 winners will be selected by Richard Reed, IVLV owner.

 

As the Las Vegas new stadium for a professional Football team gets closer each week to a reality there continues to be the question we hear almost daily, should the room tax help pay for a portion, $750 million, of the nearly $2 billion need to fund the stadium? We want to hear from you. What is your opinion? (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

Las Vegas Nevada will soon have a stadium at the rate they are pushing through the proposal.


PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
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Reader Poll Replies:

I like the idea of a room tax, since many visitors will also use the stadium. Arthur Hodges, AZ

Alsways fascinates me how wealthy people always want the small guy to pay for their projects. I vote no on using room tax fees. Bod Howard Denver Co

The room tax is probably the best way rather than trying to raise sales tax or propertry tax and the stadium will bring in huge sums of money over the life of the stadium. Barbara Sanchez Yuma AZ

I do not like the room tax idea to pay for this. I'd rather pay higher taxes for a monorail system from the airport to the strip and downtown which is something I'd actually use. Cindy Vetter Windsor, CO

Considering it will help bring in more money to the city, having the room tax be the villian might be good.  Just dont price the rooms out of reach and then you have defeated the overall purpose of the stadium.  Vince L. New York, NY

Tax the spenders at the casino, the casino moguls are getting unbelieveably rich and las vegas pays less taa on casinos than other states.  Mark Phillips  IL

Makes no difference to me, what matters to me is the cost of the ticket.  Is it going to be so high that only the rich can buy season tickets?   Marylin Horceman  Chicago

 



 

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