Marcos Bretón

January 26, 2014 12:00 AM

Judge will have the final say on public vote for arena

A judge will likely decide the question of whether there should be a public vote on the approval of an arena or not – and the will of registered voters is a powerful force that no judge will dismiss lightly.

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