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Since 1994, when voters in several American cities rejected plans for

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Since 1994, when voters in several American cities rejected plans for the using of public money in building of new sports stadiums, voters in San Diego. Pittsburgh, and Denverchanged their minds.

A. for the using of public money in building of new sports stadiums, voters in San Diego. Pittsburgh, and Denver

B. to use public money to build new sports stadiums, voters in San Diego, Pittsburgh, and Denver have

C. for using public money for the building of new sports stadiums, voters in San Diego, Pittsburgh, and also in Denver

D. for the public use of money to build new sports stadiums, voters in San Diego, Pittsburgh, and Denver have

E. to use public money to build new sports stadiums in San Diego, Pittsburgh, and Denver

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Since requires present continuous verb "Have" and the sentence is talking about public money and not public use of money. Therefore, choice B is correct.

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Agree with the previous poster. "Since" requires Present Perfect, so we can safely eliminate A, C and E. D changes the original meaning. Therefore, B.
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