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Published November 28, 1995
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Antitrust, Business Rights and Competition takes up the issue of franchise relocation in a hearing tomorrow at 10am EST. Scheduled to testify: Members of OH's congressional delegation, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag, Houston Mayor Bob Lanier, Cleveland Mayor Michael White, and a panel of professors (THE DAILY). WHAT TO EXPECT: The NFL seeks a "limited antitrust exemption that would give it protection from a suit if it blocks a franchise shift" (Gary Myers, N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 11/28). Lanier "is expected to testify that competition between cities ultimately drives up the cost to local taxpayers blackmailed into building new venues" (John Williams, HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 11/28). White said Congress "needs to understand the far-and-away unique circumstances in Cleveland" (WASHINGTON TIMES, 11/28).