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MILWAUKEE FINANCING PLAN DRAWING CRITICISM IN HEARINGS
Published September 7, 1995
After hearing two days of public comments on the proposed stadium plan in Milwaukee, many legislators on the committee reviewing the stadium financing plan agreed Wednesday the plan "was in trouble," according to the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. Assembly Majority Leader Scott Jensen: "I've said for a couple of weeks now that I would like to see us build a stadium, but I think we need a funding plan that is more fair than the one that exists." When asked how he would vote on the measure, Jensen said, "I don't think that's the plan we're going to end up voting on" (Martino & Skalitzky, MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL, 9/7).