CHICAGO -- Michigan lawmakers have introduced a bill that would create a state authority empowered to issue bonds to help build sports stadiums, including a new ballpark for the Detroit Tigers baseball team.

The bill, introduced last week, would allow a new Sports and Entertainment Economic Development Authority to issue bonds to pay for land acquisition and infrastructure improvements related to stadium projects, according to Gary Wolfram, who helped draft the bill.

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