USA Today and other media outlets are reporting that Bank of America has stepped up to finance the proposed NFL stadium in Las Vegas.
Goldman Sachs pulled out after casino mogul Sheldon Adelson announced that he was no longer investing in the stadium.
The stadium would be built for the Oakland Raiders, although the move hasn't been approved by the NFL.
13 Action News is working to independently confirm the information.
The #Raiders today revealed to NFL committees a new financing plan for Las Vegas stadium, backed by Bank of America, league source said.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 6, 2017
Raiders present what one insider calls a "very strong" Las Vegas plan, backed by Bank of America.— Sam Farmer (@LATimesfarmer) March 6, 2017
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