A heated debate over whether or not the city of Dallas should fund construction of a convention center headquarters hotel ended Saturday when residents voted to move forward with the publicly funded hotel. By a razor-thin margin—51 percent to 49 percent—Dallas residents rejected a proposition that would have prevented the city from using taxpayer dollars to construct this, or any other, hotel. A group called Citizens Against the Taxpayer Owned Hotel, funded primarily by the owner of the ...

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