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League of Fans Proposes Eliminating Athletic Scholarships to Help Restore Integrity on College Campuses – March 25, 2011

Ralph Nader’s Letter to Bud Selig on Perfect Game Miscall – July 13, 2010

Verizon Center Kickback for DC Officials – April 9, 2007

Nader & League of Fans ask LeBron James to support workers’ rights in Nike factories – March 21, 2007

Students for Sale – March 7, 2007

Breaking the BCS – December 22, 2006

Nader to NBA Commissioner Stern: Bring Back Old Basketball Now – December 11, 2006

DC Council Urged to “Stop the Hemorrhaging” of the Stadium Project – October 17, 2006

Nader’s Washington Post letter to the editor on DC Mayor Williams’ plan to increase public spending on stadium – October 16, 2006

Nader to DC mayoral candidate Fenty: Do you have a plan to fix the stadium mess? – September 8, 2006

Nader to Steinbrenner: Don’t tear down Yankee Stadium – August 24, 2006

Nader, League of Fans & coalition to DC Council: Vote against additional public spending for stadium – July 31, 2006

Nader calls for Environmental Impact Statement at new stadium site in DC – June 14, 2006

Ballplayers “Safe!” with Breakaway Bases – May 26, 2006

Nader to Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty: Veto bill authorizing a new taxpayer funded stadium for the Twins – May 25, 2006

Nader to DC Council: Reject stadium lease, sign pledge to District residents promising ironclad cost cap – March 7, 2006

Nader to DC Chief Financial Officer: Is stadium “cap” ironclad with no loopholes, or not? – February 15, 2006

Statement of Ralph Nader on the DC Council’s Baseball Stadium Giveaway – February 8, 2006

League of Fans, BetterDeal4DC: Council Action to Cap Stadium Costs is a Sham! – February 8, 2006

League of Fans, BetterDeal4DC urge DC Council to reject ‘revised’ stadium lease which continues giveaway to MLB – January 28, 2006

League of Fans’ Washington Post letter to the editor on baseball stadium lease negotiations in DC – January 11, 2006

League of Fans signs open letter to DC Council Chair Linda Cropp urging a “NO” vote on baseball stadium lease – December 15, 2005

Ralph Nader – Testimony before the DC Council regarding stadium lease and financing – December 13, 2005

Ralph Nader – Testimony before the DC Council regarding stadium financing (11/28/05)

Nader to Lurie, Tagliabue: Rescind Terrell Owens’ Suspension and Inactive Designation (11/10/05)

Nader Calls for DC Council Oversight on Stadium Project (10/24/05)

John Roberts v. Title IX (9/14/05)

Ralph Nader’s Book Review of “What’s My Name, Fool? Sports and Resistance in the United States” (8/5/05)

Ralph Nader Asks DC Mayor Anthony Williams to Renounce Backroom Stadium “Boondoggle,” Urges “Openness and Candor” from “Preoccupied” Leader (7/19/05)

Dave Zirin, author of “What’s My Name, Fool? Sports and Resistance in the United States,” on why he wrote the book: Storming the Castle: Why We Need To Know Our Radical Sports History (7/14/05)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: Good Sports – NBA and Player’s Association Reach Labor Agreement, Avoid Lockout; Bad Sports – Robin Hood in Reverse: Supreme Court Decides Private Use is “Public Use” in Eminent Domain Case (6/29/05)

Ralph Nader’s Statement on the Supreme Court Eminent Domain Decision (6/24/05)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans Call for Federal Government-led Advancement in Prevention of Sports Injuries (6/8/05)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: Good Sports – Commissioner of Baseball Shows Commitment to Stopping Performance-Enhancing Drug Use; Bad Sports – Adidas, Reebok Overstepping Commercial Bounds by Interfering with Sports (5/18/05)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans Ask LeBron James to Push for Child Marketing Curbs in Contract Negotiations with McDonald’s and Coca-Cola (4/12/05)

League of Fans Supports DC School Advocacy Rally to Protest “Millions for Stadiums, Peanuts for Schools” (4/11/05)

Bush Administration Weakens Title IX – League of Fans Calls for Action to Protect Anti-Discrimination Law (3/25/05)

Fenway Park is Saved! – Statement by League of Fans (3/23/05)

League of Fans’ Statement on the NHL’s Cancellation of the 2004-05 Season and the Ongoing Lockout (2/18/05)

League of Fans: Celebrate National Girls & Women in Sports Day (2/7/05)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column: If Only there were the Outrage for Super Bowl Commercial Assaults on Children’s Health as for the “Wardrobe Malfunction” (1/28/05)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: Good Sports – Steroid Precursors No Longer Available Over the Counter; Bad Sports – Chairman of President’s Fitness Council Peddling Junk Food (1/25/05)

League of Fans’ Position on the Use of Steroids and other Performance-Enhancing Substances in Sports (1/14/05)

Ralph Nader’s op-ed suggesting that if D.C. is going to pay for a new baseball stadium, D.C. should own the team (1/9/05)

League of Fans’ 2nd Annual Proposal for 16-Team NCAA Div. I-A Football Tournament and Termination of BCS (12/22/04)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans call for Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig and Relocation Committee Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf to stop trying to intimidate DC Council into withdrawing amendment to stadium bill (12/17/04)

Ralph Nader’s letter to DC Council Chair Linda Cropp applauding her for standing up to Major League Baseball’s bullying of the District of Columbia (12/17/04)

League of Fans Urges DC Residents to Continue Stadium Fight! (12/9/04)

Ralph Nader’s letter to DC Councilmembers condemning legislative irresponsibility and fiscal recklessness of stadium plan, asks for independent review of costs before vote (11/23/04)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column: “Voters Should Be as Diligent as they are Sports Fans (11/12/04)

League of Fans – Results of Election Day Votes on Subsidies for Sports Moguls (11/4/04)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column: Voters in Arlington, TX, St. Louis County, metropolitan Kansas City, and San Francisco have easy decisions Nov. 2 on subsidizing sports moguls (10/29/04)

Neil deMause, co-author of Field of Schemes, testimony (as presented by Shawn McCarthy, League of Fans) against bill to publicly-subsidize a baseball stadium in Washington DC (10/28/04)

League of Fans’ testimony against bill to publicly-subsidize a baseball stadium in Washington DC (10/28/04)

Ralph Nader – Baseball in DC–YES! Public Financing–No!: “Lucrative deal for fat-cat owners is corporate welfare run amok,” Nader says (10/11/04)

League of Fans urges citizens and fans to tell D.C. leaders: NO PUBLIC FINANCING FOR A STADIUM. BASEBALL OWNERS SHOULD PAY FOR A STADIUM, SO TAXES CAN BE USED TO MEET THE CRITICAL NEEDS OF RESIDENTS (10/11/04)

League of Fans supports Commercial Alert’s campaign to protect Candlestick Park and to stop a corporate “Monster” naming rights deal (9/29/04)

League of Fans Urges National Hockey League Commissioner Not to Lock-Out Players (9/2/04)

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing corporate welfare for Major League Baseball in Washington D.C. (8/23/04)

League of Fans and the NO DC taxes for baseball! coalition letter to the editor responding to D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans’ ‘plan’ for baseball in the District (8/20/04)

League of Fans, others in “NO DC taxes for baseball!” coalition warn MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and MLB Relocation Committee Chair Jerry Reinsdorf of the strong opposition to taxes being used for a stadium in D.C. (7/2/04)

League of Fans joins NO DC taxes for baseball!, a coalition of DC residents and organizations who oppose public financing of a baseball stadium in Washington DC (7/1/04)

On the occasion of Connecticut Gov. John Rowland’s resignation, League of Fans remembers the strong opposition that defeated Rowland’s attempted stadium giveaway in Hartford for the New England Patriots in 1998-99 (6/30/04)

League of Fans urges all to attend the June 19 Brooklyn Block Party and Rally Against the Ratner/Nets Arena (6/10/04)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: Good Sports – Advocating for the Removal of American Indian Sports Symbols; Bad Sports – Student-Athlete Gambling in NCAA Affecting Outcome of Games (5/21/04)

League of Fans thanks sports fans and sportswriters who actively protested, reversing MLB’s plans to allow advertising on the field (5/7/04)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig not to put ads on baseball uniforms (5/4/04)

League of Fans asks friends to support the Educating for Justice “Stop Nike Sweatshops” campaign by writing to LeBron James (4/30/04)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on the anniversary of the Baseball Hall of Fame President’s letter to Tim Robbins announcing the cancellation of a “Bull Durham” celebration due to Robbins’ and Susan Sarandon’s opposition to war (4/1/04)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: Good Sports – Wahconah Park; Bad Sports – Major League Sweatshops (3/12/04)

Ralph Nader’s letter to the editor praising New Jersey Governor’s stand against corporate welfare for greedy sports owners (2/15/04)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge Major League Baseball to adopt worker rights standards for product licensing agreements (2/10/04)

League of Fans supports petition to give St. Louis County taxpayers the right to vote on whether to subsidize Cardinals’ new stadium (2/2/04)

League of Fans releases “Proposal for 16-Team NCAA Div. I-A Football Tournament and Termination of BCS” (12/19/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans ask LeBron James to support workers’ rights in Nike factories (12/4/03)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: 1. Performance-enhancing drugs and supplements; 2. Performance-enhancer prevention; 3. BCS (Big Cash Scheme) (11/19/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge the Green Bay Packers and the NFL to contribute financially to Save Lambeau Field from naming rights deal (11/3/03)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: 1. Sportswriter comes out; 2. Nike unscathed in sweatshop case; 3. MLB and the Dominican Republic; 4. Redskins and racism (10/7/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans’ statement on the announcement that the President of the D.C. Sports and Entertainment Commission is stepping down (10/6/03)

League of Fans to Cavs’ Owner: Don’t Abandon the Rockers! (9/26/03)

League of Fans endorses petition to Save the Cleveland Rockers! (9/26/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans praise New Jersey Governor for ruling out new subsidies for Nets and Devils (9/5/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge D.C. Council to use savings from convention center refinancing for public needs not a baseball stadium (8/28/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge D.C. Mayor to ask for resignation of Sports Commission president and redefine goals of the agency (8/21/03)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: 1. Title IX; 2. Problems at the Eagles’ new stadium; 3. End to the Eagles’ “hoagie ban”; 4. Redskins and racism (8/6/03)

Ralph Nader, League of Fans and D.C. Organizations ask MLB Commissioner Selig to eliminate push for taxpayer dollars as basis for baseball relocation (7/16/03)

League of Fans applauds decision to preserve Title IX athletic policies (7/14/03)

Ralph Nader’s op-ed column on Major League Baseball’s plan to shake down D.C. taxpayers for a new stadium (7/13/03)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: 1. Stadium naming rights; 2. Gender-biased pay; 3. Title IX; 4. Performance-enhancing drugs (7/8/03)

League of Fans’ “Good Sports, Bad Sports” email bulletin. Topics: 1. “Bears football presented by Bank One”; 2. Stadium naming rights; 3. Corporate welfare for stadium in D.C. (6/26/03)

League of Fans’ testimony against a taxpayer-subsidized baseball stadium in Washington D.C. (6/12/03)

League of Fans supports national legislation targeting unethical sports agents (6/6/03)

League of Fans endorses petition opposing a taxpayer-subsidized baseball stadium in D.C. (6/2/03)

League of Fans joins with over 100 other organizations in urging Congress to reject efforts to roll-back 30 years of progress for women and girls in sports (5/21/03)

League of Fans’ letter to the NCAA and NFHS asking them to commit to the safety of student-athletes and require that the performance of non-wood baseball bats be aligned with the “wood standard” (5/8/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans’ letter to LeBron James requesting that he push for anti-sweatshop provisions in shoe contract (4/8/03)

League of Fans’ testimony against a taxpayer-subsidized baseball stadium in Washington D.C. (4/2/03)

Ralph Nader tells Washington D.C. government to put Books Before Baseball (3/21/03)

League of Fans endorses the WNBA petition to preserve and enforce Title IX (3/18/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans urge leaders to take real action against ephedra and dietary supplement law (3/11/03)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans’ letter to Secretary of Education Rod Paige opposing changes that would undermine Title IX (3/5/03)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on protecting and enforcing Title IX (1/29/03)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on how corporations like the Oakland Raiders drain the defenseless (1/24/03)

Ralph Nader’s letter to the editor opposing a taxpayer-funded baseball stadium in Washington D.C. (12/23/02)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans ask newspapers to include a “Recreational Sports” page (11/27/02)

League of Fans’ letter to the editor regarding dirty play in the NFL (11/9/02)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans release “Selling Out the Fans and Taxpayers” A summary of current stadium and arena naming rights deals (10/10/02)

League of Fans endorses the petition to rename Ravens Stadium in honor of the late Johnny Unitas (9/02)

Ralph Nader’s letter to the New York Times’ sports editor regarding the distortion of meaning of his letter to NBA Commissioner Stern (6/17/02)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans’ letter to NBA Commissioner David Stern regarding egregious officiating (6/4/02)

Ralph Nader urges Missouri House to oppose taxpayer giveaway for a new Cardinals stadium (5/14/02)

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on collective bargaining in Major League Baseball (10/17/01)

Ralph Nader praises “civic courage” of Denver Post for ignoring corporate stadium hustle (8/8/01)

Ralph Nader and Save Fenway Park! release economic report showing that the Red Sox are financially competitive at Fenway Park Press Release / Report (6/13/01)

League of Fans’ letter to Missouri Governor Bob Holden urging him to oppose state taxpayer subsidies for a new St. Louis Cardinals stadium (2/23/01)

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing the sale of naming rights to Denver’s new football stadium (1/28/01)

Ralph Nader and League of Fans’ op-ed opposing taxpayer subsidies for a new stadium for the St. Louis Cardinals (1/3/01)

Ralph Nader establishes the sports reform project League of Fans – January 1, 2001

Ralph Nader criticizes majority of Massachusetts Legislature for taxpayer giveaway – August 6, 2000

Ralph Nader’s letter to Boston Red Sox owner John Harrington opposing his plans to replace Fenway Park – June 19, 2000

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing taxpayer subsidies for a new stadium to replace Fenway Park – March 27, 2000

Ralph Nader’s statement to D.C. Council members opposing possible taxpayer subsidized baseball stadium – July 7, 1999

Ralph Nader’s op-ed on the failed taxpayer funded stadium scheme for the Patriots in Hartford – May 10, 1999

Ralph Nader’s statement on the occasion of the demise of the Rowland-Patriots stadium scheme – April 30, 1999

Ralph Nader’s letter to Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig urging him to reject uniform ads – March 31, 1999

Ralph Nader’s letter to the editor on the secrecy of the Patriots’ stadium deal legislation in Hartford – January 6, 1999

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column opposing taxpayer subsidies for a new Patriots stadium in Hartford – December 21, 1998

Ralph Nader’s letter to the Connecticut Attorney General asking for an evaluation of the New England Patriots stadium deal in Hartford – December 14, 1998

Ralph Nader’s letter to the Connecticut Secretary of State asking him to speak out on the New England Patriots stadium deal in Hartford – December 14, 1998

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing taxpayer subsidies for a new Patriots stadium in Hartford – December 6, 1998

Ralph Nader cites past stadium tax deal blunders as warning to stadium referendum voters in Denver, San Diego and Miami – October, 1998

Ralph Nader praises young fans who gave home run baseballs back to Mark McGwire – September 11, 1998

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing the NFL’s blackout rule – August 17, 1998

Ralph Nader’s call for sports fans to unite – August 9, 1998

Ralph Nader’s op-ed urging Cleveland Browns fans to organize – August, 1998

Ralph Nader’s letter to NYC Mayor Giuliani opposing Yankees proposed move to Manhattan and the sale of stadium naming rights – July 28, 1998

Ralph Nader’s op-ed opposing MLB owners’ decision to appoint Bud Selig as commissioner – July 16, 1998

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on Roldo Bartimole’s fight for Cleveland schools and against corporate welfare – July 21, 1997

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on billionaire Paul Allen’s quest for corporate welfare – May 28, 1997

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on the media’s celebration of sports heroes and neglect of real heroes – April 15, 1997

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column on corporate privileges and taxpayer-financed arenas – March 24, 1997

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column exploring the benefits of the fan-owned Green Bay Packers – January 18, 1997

Ralph Nader’s op-ed on the taxpayer giveaway for a new football stadium in Cleveland – April 9, 1996

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column calling for an end to the use of artificial turf – February 1, 1994

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column explaining how the barriers collapsed in Washington when the Redskins won the Super Bowl – February 3, 1983

Ralph Nader’s “In the Public Interest” column suggesting the formation of a consumer group for sports fans – June 8, 1977

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