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THE "JACK KENT COOKE HARBORDOME"?
Published February 2, 1995
Howard Rawlings, chair of the MD House Committee on Appropriations, has offered public funding for a "Jack Kent Cooke Harbordome" if the Redskins Owner were to move his team to Baltimore. Cooke apparently is not interested. Rawlings' offer includes the Maryland Stadium Authority building a domed stadium adjacent to Oriole Park. Cooke responded that although Rawlings made a "very persuasive case," he is "virtually committed" to another location in the Baltimore-DC corridor (Jon Morgan, Baltimore SUN, 2/2).