Raiders owner Mark Davis attended the signing, but said he's not going to speculate on whether enough owners will jump on board with a move. While Mark had for sometime maintained publicly that he was "trying to stay in Oakland", privately all his business moves have indicated otherwise.
The Raiders have to convince two thirds of the National Football League owners to approve the move.
Brian Sandoval has signed a bill clearing the way for a Las Vegas stadium that could be home to UNLV football and the NFL Oakland Raiders. "The best brand on the planet is coming together with one of the best brands in professional sports".
"I've said it before, Las Vegas is where the impossible becomes possible", Sandoval said just before he signed the bill on Monday.
Duterte's letter to US, EU, UN already drafted
There has been no known official declaration by the US or European Union of a threat to withdraw assistance from the Philippines. Mr Duterte, who began his six-year term on June 30, appears to be changing course, seeking co-operation and dialogue with China.
Davis says he's committed to moving the team to Las Vegas. "We'll be fortifying our economy and cementing our position as the number one tourist and hospitality destination on planet Earth".
Senate Bill 1, which will raise hotel taxes by up to 1.4 percentage points in and around Las Vegas, will help foot the costs for a 65,000-seat stadium that could be the future home of the Raiders.
He (Davis) got the largest public funding in the history of stadiums.
Now that the Nevada Legislature approved a plan to use $750 million in public money for the construction of a stadium for the Raiders, there are a few outstanding questions. "Davis will need 24 votes to get approval for a move, and ownership sources continue to assert that it's far from certain he will obtain that support". Obviously there's the 49ers, but they're located 55 miles away from San Francisco in Santa Clara.