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ENTERPRISE ZONE BILL MAKING ITS WAY THROUGH TX LEGISLATURE
Published May 4, 1995
The TX Senate approved a bill allowing cities to create special enterprise zones to pay for new sports complexes, according to the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. The measure was backed by the Cowboys, Mavs, Stars, Oilers, Rockets and Spurs. Under the bill, cities would be allowed to create a sports authority that would set up a "sports-facility enterprise zone to assist in the construction or renovation of a stadium or arena." The bill now moves on to the House (Terrence Stutz, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 5/3).