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Stadium planners face uncertainty thanks to tax bill provision

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 11 / 13 / 17

The tax bill winding its way through Congress has sent a tremor through the stadium financing world because it would ban municipalities from selling tax-exempt bonds for sports venues. Perhaps more unsettling, the bill is retroactive to Nov. 2, meaning pending deals may have to be redone. “...

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