RICHMOND - Virginia would create a new stadium authority empowered to issue $130 million of tax-exempt bonds under a plan laid out for state lawmakers Friday by Gov. L. Douglas Wilder and his top aides.

Bond proceeds would be used to fund infrastructure improvements at a proposed new football stadium to be built and financed by the owner of the Washington Redskins. The 1992 Super Bowl champions currently play at RFK Stadium in the District of Columbia.

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