CHICAGO -- Stadium fever is spreading in the Midwest, with projects planned in Detroit, Milwaukee, Cleveland, and Chicago.

And state and local governments are scrambling to find ways to help finance the sports facilities due to the fact the Tax Reform Act of 1986 essentially eliminated the use of tax-exempt bonds for these kinds of projects.

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