The city could potentially deal away millions of taxpayer dollars for a soccer stadium.
Amidst an affordability crisis, the City of Austin could decide to give away taxpayer money to a professional soccer team.
Only a privileged few businesses are receiving perks from the city.
A new study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University has shown just how much Texans could save in taxes if corporate welfare was eliminated.
Sources say Mayor Jeff Cheney will recuse himself from voting on a taxpayer-funded development, due to a conflict of interest.
The Arlington City Office of Communication detailed the massive government giveaway that the city offered Amazon, which came in the form of various taxpayer-funded immediate and long-term benefits.
Companies gave $116,000 to the PAC promoting the district’s $750 million bond, including those that will directly profit off its passage.
The city’s appetite for taxpayer money is growing, and what they’re spending it on is concerning.
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The city is offering special benefits to only a select few businesses.