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Texas Appeals Court Says El Paso Can Use Arena For Sports

Law360 (November 8, 2018, 3:43 PM EST) -- A Texas appellate court on Wednesday ruled that an El Paso ordinance does not bar the city from using a multipurpose performing arts and entertainment facility for sports, reversing a lower court’s decision against the city.

El Paso, Texas, which had issued bonds related to the planned facility, also won a ruling from a panel of judges at the Third Court of Appeals that a lower court could not bar the city from using funds from additional resources to modify, complete or enhance the performing arts facility to make it suitable for sports.

“We agree with the city that under a...

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