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San Diego pumps up efforts to keep Chargers from moving to L.A.

SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Friday named nine business and civic leaders to a committee tasked with devising a plan to build a football stadium that would keep the Chargers from moving to Los Angeles. Faulconer gave the committee until fall to locate a site and put together a financing plan to submit to voters. He also narrowed the possible sites to two: the eastern edge of downtown and the Mission Valley location of Qualcomm Stadium. While the Chargers have sought for more than a decade to convince San Diego officials that the team needs a new stadium, the urgency of that request has recently increased. The owner of the St. Louis Rams has joined a partnership to ...

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