The idea of issuing bonds to help finance a new baseball stadium for the Detroit Tigers has surfaced again.

The Detroit News reported this month that Michigan's commerce director, Arthur Ellis, has proposed creating a stadium authority that would issue $200 million of bonds backed by 4% of the revenues from two proposed Native American casinos in downtown Detroit.

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