Corporate Welfare, City Management

As the victors of the Great Stadium Debate of ’96 now find that the whopping $200 million set aside for a new Baltimore bowl will not even buy one they find attractive, advocates of small government must surely be suppressing a smile. Or at least they would be, had not so much taxpayer money gone into the project. The Baltimore Sun reports that stadium supporters are disappointed with what is held to be a prefab-looking blueprint trotted out by designers at HOK Sports Facilities Group. Touch

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