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Six Missouri State Legislators Sue Gov. Jay Nixon To Block Funding Over NFL Stadium PlanPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 28 / 15
Six Missouri state legislators yesterday "sued Gov. Jay Nixon and the public board that owns and operates the Edward Jones Dome to block funding" of a new riverfront NFL stadium in St. Louis, according to Hunn & Stuckey of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. The suit, led by Sen. Rob Schaaf, alleg...
A DC federal judge ruled that the MCI Center being constructed in downtown Washington is "not properly designed to accommodate wheelchair users" and "ordered that a new design be submitted to the cour
In Seattle, the Public Facilities District approved an operating agreement for the Mariners to play in a new stadium through 2018, according to David Schaefer in the SEATTLE TIMES. The deal, brokered
The Redskins and the state of MD have "worked out a compromise" over how to pay workers building the roads and parking lots around the team''s new stadium in Landover, ending a "months-long dispute,"
After "several weeks of public clashes," CT Gov. John Rowland and Whalers Owner Peter Karmanos will meet next week to discuss "several options" that could keep the team in Hartford, according to Chris
The "long-delayed and controversial" $78M expansion of Jack Murphy Stadium began last week, according to Barry Bloom of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. City officials admitted a "tight schedule," but add
MA Gov. William Weld said yesterday the state may offer Patriots Owner Robert Kraft''s property in the South Bay section of Boston for a new stadium, according to Cassidy & Vaillancourt in the BOSTON
As Seattle officials come to "the stark realization" that Mariners owners "may not be coming back" to the negotiating table, U.S. Sen. Slade Gorton is among a group leading a "quiet" effort to find ne
Bullets & Capitals Owner Abe Pollin said yesterday it is possible that the MCI Center may not open in time for the start of the ''97 hockey and basketball season, according to Maryann Haggerty of the
In Minneapolis, Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chair Henry Savelkoul rejected three options for public stadium financing offered by Vikings President Roger Headrick, but was "amenable" to a
In Seattle, State Rep. Steve Van Luven, who "could play an instrumental role in passing financing" for a new football stadium, said Football Northwest, Paul Allen''s group overseeing his bid for the S