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Tuesday, 22 August 2006 14:59

2005 - Professional Sports Integrity and Accountability Act
Bill introduced by Sen. Jim Bunning proposing uniform testing for performance enhancing substances
June 29, 2005

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A BILL

To provide for integrity and accountability in professional sports.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the `Professional Sports Integrity and Accountability Act'.

SEC. 2. EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Act shall take effect 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act.

 

2005 - Amendment to Professional Sports Integrity and Accountability Act
Amendment to original bill introduced by Sen. Jim Bunning proposing uniform testing for performance enhancing substances
Nov. 3, 2005

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(d) Penalties ---

(1) Suspension - Subject to paragraph (2), any person who commits an offense under this section, shall, immediately after disclosure under paragraph (3) ---

(A) be suspended without pay from participation in all professional sports leagues for a period encompassing not less than a consecutive number of regularly scheduled or competitions equal to 1/2 of the number of regularly scheduled games or competitions for a team or professional club in a professional sports season;

2005 - Proposed Lease Agreement between MLB (Baseball Expos, LP) and the DCSEC
In final form the proposed Baseball Stadium Lease Agreement and Exhibits, and related documents between MLB and the DCSEC for a new ballpark facility for the District of Columbia and the Washington Nationals
Dec . 9, 2005

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LEASE AGREEMENT

THIS LEASE AGREEMENT is entered into as of ______, 2005, by and between the District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission (the "Commission") and Baseball Expos, L.P. (the "Team").
RECITALS:

A. This Agreement is the "Lease" contemplated by the Baseball Stadium Agreement identified in Article 1.

B. The Commission was authorized to enter this Agreement by resolution of its governing body adopted on _____, 2005.

C. The Team was authorized to enter into this Agreement by resolution of the Board of Directors of its general partner adopted on _____, 2005.

D. The Government of the District of Columbia (the "District Government") is in the process of acquiring and conveying to the. Anacostia Waterfront Corporation ("AWC") the Baseball Stadium Site (identified in Article 1) for use by the Commission pursuant to the Act (identified in Article 1) to satisfy the Commission's responsibilities under this Agreement. AWC shall lease the Baseball Stadium Site to the District Government under the Ground Lease (identified in Article 1), and the District Government, in turn, shall sublease the Baseball Stadium Site and lease the Baseball Stadium Complex to the Commission under the Ground Sublease (identified in Article 1).

E. The District Government approved this Agreement by resolution of its City Council adopted on _____.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants set forth below and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Commission and the Team agree as follows:

 

2005 - "No-Relocation" Agreement between MLB (Baseball Expos, LP) and the DCSEC
An Agreement between MLB (Baseball Expos, LP) and the DCSEC to not relocate the Washington Nationals from the District of Columbia for the duration of the Lease Agreement
Dec . 9, 2005
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NON-RELOCATION AGREEMENT

THIS NON-RELOCATION AGREEMENT is entered into as of __________, 2005, by and between the District of Columbia Sports and Entertainment Commission (the "Commission") and Baseball Expos, L.P. (the "Team").

RECITALS:

WHEREAS, Section 108(b) of the Act requires the RFK License and the Lease to include provisions requiring the Team to maintain its Franchise in the District of Columbia for the respective terms of such agreements and such other provisions and remedies necessary to ensure enforcement of such obligation, including provisions requiring the Team to directly pay, or to finance the reimbursement of the District Government or any other party, for any and all reasonable and verified predevelopment and development costs related to the Baseball Stadium borne by the District Government or any other District Government agency or instrumentality, and for any lost revenue that the District or any other party would have received if the Team had completed the term of the respective agreement; and

WHEREAS, the Team is obligated to maintain its Franchise at the Baseball Stadium in the District of Columbia under each and all of Sections 3.01 and 6.13 of the Baseball Stadium Agreement until the termination of the Baseball Stadium Agreement and Section 3.2 of the RFK License until the termination of the RFK License; and

WHEREAS, Section 6.13 of the Baseball Stadium Agreement requires that the Lease impose an obligation on the Team to maintain its Franchise at the Baseball Stadium in the District of Columbia for the Term of the Lease; and

WHEREAS, the Team and the Commission, as of the date hereof, have entered into the Lease as required under Section 6.01 of the Baseball Stadium Agreement; and

WHEREAS, the Team and the Commission desire to enter into this Agreement to effectuate the requirements of Section 108(b) of the Act and Section 6.13 of the Baseball Stadium Agreement; and

WHEREAS, the Commission was authorized to enter this Agreement by resolution of its governing body adopted on , 2005; and

WHEREAS, the Team was authorized to enter into this Agreement by resolution of the Board of Directors of its general partner adopted on _____, 2005.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants set forth below and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Commission and the Team agree as follows:

 

 
 
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