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(KSL News) A Utah man wants the public to have a say in the Real Salt Lake soccer stadium deal. Today he hit the road to try to do it.
Brad Swedlund packed boxes filled with petitions into his truck. He's taking a one-week trip around the state to gather signatures to put the stadium deal up for a public vote.
He needs 92,000 signatures by April 9 to get the measure on the ballot.
State lawmakers approved $35 million in tax money for the stadium in an effort to keep the soccer team in Utah.