Running up the tab

Kirshenbaum, Jerry
March 1993
Sports Illustrated;3/1/93, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p22
Discusses the effects of President Bill Clinton's proposed economic plan on various figures in sports. Stronger economy and increased sports attendance; Tax increases and where sporting organizations will cut; Concerns of players and agents; Corporate tax increases; Raising ticket prices to cover tax increases; Entertainment tax deductions; Clinton's running track; More.


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