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MILWAUKEE STADIUM VOTE IN DOUBT AS MORE QUESTIONS ARISE
Published September 14, 1995
More questions about plans for a new Brewers stadium were raised by state Legislators Wednesday, placing "in doubt" Monday's scheduled vote on a financing plan, according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. WI Gov. Tommy Thompson: "The funding hasn't jelled. The majority agree that we need the Brewers to stay in Wisconsin. The majority agree that we need a new stadium. But how we pay for it has not jelled, and I'm nervous." Senate Minority Leader Walter Kunicki: "A vote on Monday is out of the question. Voting is ridiculous until we sit down and sort out these questions" (Amy Rinard, MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 9/14).