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Published January 14, 1997
The NCAA men's basketball committee is "refusing to consider" the Rose Garden in Portland, OR, as a potential site for a regional NCAA tournament round due to the state's legal sports action lottery game (Portland OREGONIAN, 1/11). ...In Philadelphia, Edward Moran looks at the state's Legislative session and it's role in stadium funding in PA. Moran: "State participation in stadium development seems a long way off in the Legislature. No new bills are within sight that would authorize forming a state sports authority. No bipartisan committee to review [a state task force's] recommendations has been formed" (PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 1/14).