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DALLAS SAYS MONEY AIN'T FOR NOTHING; ARENA NOT FOR FREE
Published March 31, 1995
Dallas-based legislators are split over how to fund a proposed $141M sports arena. A majority of them agree that a facility should be built downtown for the Mavericks and Stars, but some lawmakers are not prepared to support pending legislation that would impose new fees or taxes "on users of the new facility and others." There is also some sentiment that Dallas residents should have a vote on a new facility (Sylvia Martinez, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 3/31).