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Raleigh, NC – Americans for Prosperity-North Carolina (AFP-NC) today renewed its call to end stadium subsidies in the state as news surfaced of a potential $110 million taxpayer handout to support a future MLS franchise in Charlotte.
“Charlotte residents have strongly rejected stadium subsidies in the past and they won’t accept them now. This $110 million publicly funded charade would directly finance renovations for a private enterprise by utilizing taxpayer dollars set aside specifically to boost other priorities in our state,” said AFP-NC State Director Chris McCoy. “This business should be properly funded through its own means rather than rely on a $110 million handout from taxpayers. Most MLS teams have generous jersey sponsors, in this case, it shouldn’t be the Charlotte taxpayers.”
For further information or an interview, reach Dave Vasquez at DVasquez@afphq.org
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