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We've got to make sure both sides get heard in the Arlington Stadium debate. Here's a study by GMU economist Stephen Fuller touting the economic benefits that the stadium could bring to Arlington and the Northern Virginia area.

And according to the Virginia Baseball Stadium Authority, 55 percent of Arlington residents support putting the stadium in the Pentagon City area.

And that study referred to below, claiming that co-locating the stadium and the proposed convention center would save $31 million over the cost of building a stand-alone convention center, is here.

But of course, who says Arlington County needs a convention center anyway? Doesn't D.C. have one of those?