Minnesota gambit: Give up team, get stadium

Kaplan, David
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/07/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30269, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on legislative wrangling over a stadium for the Minnesota Twins as Governor Arne Carlson and several state lawmakers endorsed team owner Carl Pohlad's offer to donate his ownership of the team. Vote of the House on the legislation authorizing the sale in revenue bonds for an open-air stadium; Amount proposed by Carlson for the stadium; Components of the plan incorporating Pohlad's offer.


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