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More than 92% of San Diego hoteliers have voted in favor of a room tax that would pay for much of the proposed $520 million convention center expansion, according to the Union-Tribune. However, many obstacles still remain, including the approval of the California Coastal Commission, and a validation lawsuit by the city attorney to test the vote's legality. Many argue that the vote should go to the people, not just hoteliers.

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