Despite an objection by the state, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome has been named to the National Register of Historic Places. Apparently the State of Louisiana, which owns the stadium, isn’t too happy about this because it's worried the designation will hinder to future projects.

The Superdome, a 40-year-old landmark on the New Orleans skyline, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places despite an objection by the state, which owns the stadium and is concerned the designation might slow down future projects.
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Maybe the Feds can kick in some O&M dollars.....
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Robert E Lee statue is on the national register of historic places....
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For those that don't know: If you get listed as NATIONALLY historic place, good luck getting it demolished.
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