The following two charts show the distribution of subsidies among NFL and non-NFL stadia.As is evident, each of the distributions is left-skewed, although the NFL’s is more so than the non-NFL distribution, meaning that the a greater number of stadia in the NFL are at the higher end of the spectrum.The antitrust exemption that MLB enjoys grants it the greatest authority among the three major leagues to restrict team movement.The NBA and NFL have similar rules, but case law that has developed over the years has historically favored NFL teams (rather than the league) in relocation disputes.Subsidy Level Distribution, NFL Stadia Subsidy Level Distribution, MLB and NBA Stadia In order to figure out whether or not differences in league regulations significantly affect the subsidy level in each of the three leagues, I looked at all stadium subsidy data dating back to 1990 (about 75% of stadia currently in use were built after 1990).Subsidies here are defined as a percentage of the total cost of the facility subsidized (total subsidy $/ total upfront construction $).This is not a black, Hispanic, white, Asian or poor people problem. And until we move beyond outrage and sorrow into meaningful relationships and supports, boys (and men) will continue to cry out for attention in the most disastrous of ways. AFSCME aims to reverse the work done by school workers, sanitation workers, teachers, mine workers, carpenters, telecommunications workers, nurses, firefighters, law enforcement and many more to make sure they had the opportunity to work together and improve their conditions and pay.
I used the team value in the year the facility was built (Team Value Yr.
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