House committee reviews PawSox ballpark, no vote taken

Updated at 1:13 p.m.

The House Finance committee is expected to review Pawtucket Red Sox ballpark legislation Tuesday./PAWTUCKET REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
THE R.I. HOUSE Finance Committee reviewed Pawtucket Red Sox ballpark legislation Tuesday, but did not take a vote. / COURTESY PAWTUCKET REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. House Finance Committee took up the Pawtucket Red Sox ballpark bill Tuesday night, following late-session revisions that have sought to shield state taxpayers from liability for the development. The project, called the Ballpark at Slater Mill, would replace the 75-year-old McCoy Stadium with a modern facility downtown, and establish a surrounding…

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