New Senate Bill to End Federal Stadium Subsidies Won’t End Stadium Welfare
U.S. Senators Corey Booker and James Lankford want to close a federal tax loophole for the bonds used to finance stadium construction.
A Long-Lost Tax Plan Scares Sports Teams and Could Save America Billions
How a proposed federal law from 1995 could end America's hopeless addiction to spending billions of taxpayer dollars on sports stadiums.
On Election Day, Rangers Get $500 Million, Chargers Get Permission to Move to L.A.
There were two ballot measures for whether taxpayers would fund new stadiums for their billionaire owners in San Diego and Arlington, Texas.
The Texas Rangers Want to Replace Their 22-Year-Old Stadium Using $450 Million of Taxpayer Money
Like most things, this is is George W. Bush's fault.