Why Overestimating The Economic Impact Of The Super Bowl Hurts Taxpayers

From ThinkProgress Fri Jan 25 2013, 14:08:08

Yesterday, I wrote a piece about how organizers in New Orleans were likely overstating the potential economic impact of the Super Bowl, which the city will host on Sunday, February 3. It's easy to think that such an overstatement is no big problem -- if cities get a boost from such events, what's it matter [...]

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