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California makes L.A. stadium development easier

Governor of California, Jerry Brown, just signed a law making it easier for developers to build a stadium in L.A. Backers of the stadium mention the Vikings as one of the teams that could potentially occupy the structure after their lease runs out at the Metrodome. The new law streamlines any lawsuits over environmental challenges against the stadium's developers.
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Governor of California, Jerry Brown, just signed a law making it easier for developers to build a stadium in L.A. Backers of the stadium mention the Vikings as one of the teams that could potentially occupy the structure after their lease runs out at the Metrodome. The new law streamlines any lawsuits over environmental challenges against the stadium's developers.

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