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STADIUM NOTES: OPPOSITION TO DETROIT STADIUM FUNDING
Published October 12, 1995
A poll in Wednesday's DETROIT FREE PRESS shows that, statewide, 67% oppose the use of state money to build a new downtown stadium for the Tigers (DETROIT FREE PRESS, 10/11). ...The MA House Ways and Means Committee is likely to issue a megaplex bill that directs the MA Convention Center Authority to call for proposals from private developers (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/12)....The Florida Restaurant Association "rallied" local members last night to "fight vigorously" any plan for a restaurant tax to help pay for a new football stadium in Tampa (Joe Henderson, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 10/12).