Georgia officials are considering a retractable roof that could cost as much as $200 million as part of the renovations planned for the Georgia Dome. The roof would satisfy the Atlanta Falcons, who want to play outside, and still work for those who want to host concerts and other events indoors. Gov. Sonny Perdue already signed a bill that would extend a motel-hotel sales tax that could help pay for the stadium.
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