The NFL season will kick off while three cities — Oakland, San Diego, and St. Louis — are scrambling to assuage their current teams amid threats all three might leave for Los Angeles, and St. Louis and San Diego have already offered hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer money to build new stadiums.
September 10, 2015
The NFL season will kick off
“These venues are nothing more than monuments to corporate welfare and taxpayer handouts. The new report links the subsidization of new stadiums to higher poverty rates and lower median incomes in their home cities, and it found that most NFL cities fared worse by both measures after paying for a new stadium.”