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Another step toward an NFL stadium in L.A.

High hopes
Tom Bateman of Bring Back the Rams presents a jersey to Tim Leiweke, president of Anschutz Entertainment Group, to celebrate the delivery of a $27-million environmental impact report on a downtown football stadium that Anschutz hopes to build to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
A weighty subject
Anschutz Entertainment Group’s environmental impact report for the proposed football stadium in downtown L.A. runs 10,000 pages and cost $27 million. Carts were needed to deliver it to City Hall. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Union support
Members of the Tradeshow Exhibit Builders Union hold a banner on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall after Tim Leiweke, president of Anschutz Entertainment Group, officially delivered the environmental impact report for the proposed Farmers Field stadium. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Wanted: Jobs
For union members who turned out for the delivery of the environmental report, jobs are a key benefit of plans for a new football stadium downtown.  (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Mutual support
Tim Leiweke, president of Anschutz Entertainment Group, meets with Scott Roque of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers after Leiweke deliveerd the envirnmental report to city officials.  (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Bring it on
Skye Sverdlin, left, and Aron Gonzalez of the group Bring Back the Rams show their support for the proposed new football stadium that would bring an NFL team to Los Angeles again. They were on hand for the delivery of the environmental report on the project to city officials.  (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
They know what they want
Aron Gonzalez, left, and Sky Sverdlin in a watermelon hat press their message about bringing an NFL team back to Los Angeles. They are members of the group Bring Back the Rams.  (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
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