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Published November 8, 1994
The Anne Arundel County (MD) Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit organization, commissioned the consulting firm of Arthur Andersen to conduct an economic study of the proposed $160M, 78,600-seat stadium that Jack Kent Cooke would like to build in Laurel, MD. The study will examine three main areas: the money spent in the county and state on the project; the number of jobs that would be created; and public sector revenues generated by the project (WASHINGTON TIMES, 11/8)....Under the headline, "Divided on United," Daryl Van Schouwen writes about fans reactions to the new United Center under subhead: "Season- ticket holders giving mixed reviews" (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES, 11/6).