Editorials

November 30, 2015 8:02 AM

Sacramento should give soccer stadium a boost

The city is not being asked for a subsidy to build $180 million home for Republic FC

But $46 million in public money already spent to prepare downtown railyard site

Team wants to show progress on stadium to win franchise from Major League Soccer

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