The San Diego Chargers want a new football stadium.
They've proposed one be built downtown right next to the convention center -- and of course it costs money
Cue an initiative on the November ballot calling for tax increases to help pay for the new building.
They just need a simple majority of voters to say yes.
Slight snag in that plan now, thanks to a decision in the state Supreme Court
David Garrick has been writing about this for the San Diego Union Tribune. He told Take Two's A Martinez that this decision has led to a lot of pessimism that the Chargers are going to stick around in San Diego.