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Published March 21, 1996
The FL House tentatively approved a $2M tax break for the Heat to help pay for a new arena. Both the House and Senate are expected to give full approval to the tax break today (MIAMI HERALD, 3/20)....The relationship between West Palm Beach and the Braves has deteriorated to the point the team may look to play elsewhere next spring. The team has one more year on its lease before moving to a planned Disney complex (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 3/21)....After considering other sites, the Astros are expected to stay in Kissimmee, FL, for the next three springs (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 3/21).